Painting: Rorschach 10, Undulating

Rorschach 10, Undulating, acrylic on 11″ x 14″ bristol paper, July 30, 2012

Rorschach 10, Undulating, acrylic on 11″ x 14″ bristol paper, July 30, 2012

Rorschach 10, Undulating, acrylic on 11″ x 14″ bristol paper, July 30, 2012

Rorschach 10, Undulating, acrylic on 11″ x 14″ bristol paper, July 30, 2012

Rorschach 10, “before”

Undulating like some kind of prehistoric sea creature — strange looking but fast.  Like anomalocaris.

Anomalocaris

Anomalocaris

Anomalocaris

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8 responses to “Painting: Rorschach 10, Undulating

  1. It does resemble this prehistoric shrimp! [anomalos in greek means abnormal – weirdo!] …maybe it’s the xmas anomalocaris?!!! I really like the white “grass”.

  2. Dani

    Definitely something fishy about this painting.

  3. Very cool, Zorgor. I like the colors and the textures. I find thick textures in painting to be so much fun!

  4. I think I like this post the most. Simply beautiful. The backgound texture in combination with the painted forms make the collection really work.

    • Yes I really liked that background too. Phthalo green and this so-called “fluorescent” blue I’m trying to get rid of. I forgot to mention this is the first background I did with a palette knife. It came out looking like the ocean, and so was probably already at that point going to be something that swims! 🙂 Looking at it again now though, I see the background came out “rougher” than ones I’ve palette knifed more recently… Interesting.

      Anyway, thanks and I’m glad you like it!

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