Friday, April 06, 2007

Think Green




Hi Everyone! This morning upon learning that this weeks Illustration Friday topic is "Green", I decided to dabble in animated GIF's again. I'm in awe of how beautiful my new surroundings are here on the outskirts of Tucson, as Springtime spews forth her "Green" bounty.

18 comments:

Debbie Egizio said...

Wow!! Very cool!

Michelle Lana said...

Wowoow.....awesome!

Cindy said...

Love this!

Caroline said...

This is fabulous - oh I'm going to have to learn how to make them!

Pati @-;-- said...

Whimsical! I love this :)

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Nancy Bea said...

So cool...wow!

md said...

nice gif animation and i agree with u about springtime in the desert, cant beat it, love the barrel, saguro cactus flowers and the palo verde trees and all the lil desert flowers that come out. its great, plus the sunsets and tucson is so much better then phx.
enjoy!

studio lolo said...

I'm glad you're loving your surroundings! That's what it's all about. Wonderful animation. Always fun visiting!

Andrew Thornton said...

How trippy! Very psychedelic. I really like how you've taken what could have been a standard 2-D illustration into a time-based piece.

harmoniousjosh said...

It's supposed to be moving, right? Please tell me it's supposed to be moving. Because I see moving. If it's not moving, I need to adjust my medication. Again.

zime said...

OHH this is amazing!!! Well done...

trudette said...

Stunning piece, great job.

Jeff G said...

I've been staring at your GREEN gif for 2 hours. I think I need to rest my eyes now.

HARDWAX said...

Lucky you, Tuscon, springtime in the desert. I Like this piece, it's full of movement and energy, and I love the cool greens. Cool animation and idea for the topic this week!

Roland Mechael said...

wonderful work!

livia said...

So beautiful! As child, I use to have a binoculars game who made that kind of images inside it based on reflections. Great animation! Thanks for visiting my blog and for your nice words too.

Siukwan said...

like the animation, it is really smooth!

Brine Blank said...

As I have been scrolling through your two blogs I have to say I really like the strong color use...nice lighting effects and patterns...