Illustrator Friday – Plain
Illustrator Friday has a challenge every week. This week is Plain. This is a plain plane of a plain of water which I think conveys plain. I hope you agree! Well, I just decided to add another painting too …. Illustrator Friday is a great way to showcase your work and a wonderful opportunity to meet lots of wonderful people! I encourage you to check it out! Lots of fun people and paintings!
Plain, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
Here is my other entry ….
Autumn Plains, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
Can mean simple
Which is often looked down on
But simple can also be clear
Not garbled, to the point
What seemed to be an insult
Is actually a tribute
Fancy and adorned
Is often preferred
But natural often
Works much better
And may be more beautiful
Plain .. a different eye.
~ Diane Clancy
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Especially the first illo fascinates me
More wonderful bubblescapes! I love the bubbles disappearing into the horizon, and the intense pink one too.
(BTW, it’s “Illustration” Friday…not illustrator.” )
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They are both gorgeous Diane! two very different colours schemes, but I love them both!
I love this one! I love the horizon across the bubbles!! They are so clear and imaginable!! Thanks for the great work and the lovely poem!!!
Both the seascapes are beautiful, but I am always drawn to the seascape with the single bubble. It seems to have a purpose as it hangs so silently there over the sea. Is it a messenger or a scout?
Beautiful digital work! I’m still fumbling in this dept. The poem and image are marvelous! Keep up the great work!
I like the plain plane! I am also glad you made another piece in those colors I adore, the second one. Nice work!!
The first one is a great challenge. It’s hard for me to just make something plain, and this works so stunningly.
You are very clever to use the bubbles so expressively! Like the poem too.
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I wondered what you would do for plain! I think you did well. I like the simplicity of the first one, straight to the point as you said though not at all boring!
How can one make a bubble say something? I don’t know the answer to this but you do because you have said “plain” in two different ways.