The Birds

GolNaran7 - the birds1

“The Birds”,

Colored pencil, 100×100 cm, 2003, © Golnaran.

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16 thoughts on “The Birds

    1. Thank you so much! ♥ ♥ ♥
      You are welcome!

      I drew realism for many years. I tried to be a real realist seriously!
      (I sold out most of them, without capturing any picture of them, except for this one!)
      Then I lost all of my interest in realism gradually, and I hate that style now! 😉
      Not sure, but I found realism without creativity (some sort of).
      So I tried to changed my style.
      Anyway…

      Once again, great thanks for dropping by to leave a comment.
      It was good to hear from you again. 🙂

      (I am so sorry for my English, as it is not my first language. I hope I wrote correctly.)
      Best wishes!

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      1. Our interests change as we get older, so there is nothing wrong with changing your artistic style. Life is too short to keep drawing in a style that makes you unhappy.

        I think I understand what you mean about realism without creativity. Sometimes I get stuck in a rut where I draw something well but there is nothing behind it. There is no story or special quality that sets my work apart from those of other people. I am still struggling with this problem.

        Thank you for following imaginenewdesigns, and I hope you have the best of luck with your creative projects in the future. 🙂

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        1. Yes, exactly!
          You wrote in the best way what I meant! 😉
          100+ likes for you!

          If the result of realism and hyper-realism is resembling a high-resolution artwork in painting/drawing, I prefer to use the main photograph.
          I mean, the effort and it’s results seems “skill”, not “creativity”, to me; although it is admirable.

          I really enjoy your works and love them.
          Great thanks for your kindness, attention and support. ♥
          I wish the best for you and your works, too!
          Good luck! ★ ☆ ★

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          1. Yes, skill is a good way of describing realism and hyper-realism. I also admire the effort and patience required for these styles, but I like creativity too! 🙂

            I appreciate your support too and once again hope your future creative endeavors will go well. 🙂

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  1. Every time I visit your site, I have to come back and look at this picture. It is very realistic, but it has the same curves, oppositions, and swooping movements of your more minimalist creations. It has a quiet energy and charm that appeals to me. I’m just saying… I know a lot about art, but I don’t know what I like. Hmm. That came out wrong. I like this piece, but I like all of your work. This one just has something special in it for me.

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    1. Dear authormbeyer, thank you so much for leaving this wonderful comment! ★ ☆ ★
      That is a lovely and encouraging compliment.
      I am so delighted and overwhelmed!
      I appreciate your comment.
      Thanks again for your kindness and attention and support!
      And,
      Best wishes, ♥

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        1. Exactly! And that is what I try to say/to do always.
          I “like” artworks without judgment. I am not the judge or jury.
          I enjoy the creativity and the effort for creating the artwork.
          Great thanks again, my dear friend,
          Best Wishes, ♥

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  2. GolNaran,
    Your art is beautiful.

    Keep up the great work.

    Cannot wait to see more.

    Genius – your art belongs in a Museum. Please do not be discouraged. It makes no difference to me if you call it realism, or no creativity. Your Art sings to my eyes and heart that do not know words.

    Happy thoughts,
    Petrina

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  3. Dear Petrina,
    You are more than welcome!
    A million thanks from the deepest part of my heart.
    That is a lovely and encouraging compliment: thank you so much!
    I appreciate your comment very much.
    I am so humbled and delighted.
    You have encouraged me to work more and move ahead. I hope one day I will be able to work as great as you.
    May God bless you now and forever for making this friend of yours extremely happy and grateful.
    Love and regards, ❤

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    1. Your complimentary words are greatly appreciated, Dear Linda!
      I appreciate your thoughtful and encouraging compliment!
      I love birds, too! And I enjoyed your great birds’ shots.
      Thank you so much!
      Best wishes for you, ❤

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