A Different Kind of Zoo
Here is an alternative entry for the zoo. This is one of a series of images I created using vector clip art that I purchased the usage of. I am very taken with this kind of animal image that has an African feel. If you like, I will tell you more about this tomorrow.
Animals I, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
Today I have spent the day burning DVDs to backup clients’ work from the last few years. It meant I couldn’t use my computer for anything else. One time I tried and the DVD tanked (was defective). It could have been a coincidence, but I didn’t want to take the chance again.
So I had no access to the computer until now. The rest of the time Susan and I read her screenplay out loud – and that took several hours. I am eager to finish the backing up because then I can delete a bunch of files and I hope that will speed things up some … they have been crawling lately and that makes it a lot less fun!! I will catch up with you tomorrow … and I would love to hear about you!!
~ Diane Clancy
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I like this animal print very much. It does have an African feel to it and it is very cheerful. I wouldn’t mind having that on my wall in a very big edition. Peaceful and happy to go to sleep by.
I like this too! The animals are lines and look a bit regimented but they look as if they are going somewhere! The different colours give the feeling of life and diversity. Actually the meaning of zoo is not just a place where animals are kept, it broadens out to mean a whole collection of animals, anywhere. These animals, with their life and colour, have broken out of the line!
Hi Irene, Thank you for your comment!! I am glad you see the African feel too. If you ever decide to go for the bug time, I do sell prints and cards … and the ACEOs.
Hi Beverly, I am glad you like this … I like what you are saying!! I like the idea of changing the idea of a zoo.
I was looking through all of the great papers at Paper Source (www.paper-source.com) and I think this project of yours would make a great sheet of gift wrap! I wonder how you would go about making it large and light weight?
Hi Julie, I would love to have this as gift wrap. I know I am not going to be producing it … but I sure would like to license it for someone else to produce!!! Thank you! ~ Diane
Hey! Good and nice Animals Differ Members articles 😉