Sunday, July 19, 2009

Didgeridoo



The didgeridoo, an aboriginal musical instrument that only a amle may play. The sound resonates through the air in a distinct melodic way.

I had lots of fun with this aboriginal man. Once again the source of reference has to be credited to Lyndal Alston.

11 comments:

Jade E. Henderson said...

very nice Kay! Beautiful soft colours.

magicmyst said...

Thanks Jade.

Wendi. S. said...

mmm. Loved the way youve incorporated the background.....nice one kay.

magicmyst said...

Thanks Wendi, hey I am wondering about your feed back on the dogs from the person who received it. Kay

Holly Zemak said...

Great piece, interesting subject matter. Like the transition in the background and how the aqua highlights the instrument. You come up with such wonderful material,never boring.

magicmyst said...

Thanks heaps Holly. How is your study going? Kay

Catherine Jeffrey said...

I like it when people stop by my blog because then I get to check out new work. I really enjoyed looking at your pastels. Your people pictures have so much energy. I really like the colors of the background in this one. Nice picture.

PastelGuy said...

Interesting topic, and thanks for the explanation, or I would have absolutely NO clue... this one seems a lot different than your usual - more distinct with a tighter use of color and line. Nice job!

magicmyst said...

Thanks Catherine and good to hear from you Matt. You have been quiet for a long time. Kay

Mary Anne Cary said...

I like your loose stokes in your pastels Kay. Your color choices are wonderful. You are very talented!

magicmyst said...

Thanks Mary Anne, its lovely to get positive feed back. I've had a look at your site now too and it is amazing. Wonderful to hear from you. Kay