Everyday I spend from 30 min to 1 hour of warm up paintings before doing my studio work. Here's one of those warm up paintings. Any guesses what it is or what to call it? ...cuz I don't
*Winner for the best description goes to...
"this is a young Purple Krakatachiu, found living on the lower slopes of the Karakatika Mountains. There they frolic amongst the Dirigible Melons and upside-down nectar buds, eating the tough Pupula Nuts with their immensely strong beaks. These nuts only grow upon the Pupula Tree, which often lives in a symbiotic relationship with the Blood-Thorn Liana- instead of harming its host, this Liana vampirically attacks any animal that tries to climb up the Liana to eat the Pupula Tree's tender purple-spotted leaves. The Purple Krakatachiu waits for the Pupula Tree to drop its immense nuts, which can only grow if a Purple Krakatachiu breaks open the nut to eat the edible kernels within- along with the hardy seeds, which the Krakatachiu spreads through the forest in its droppings. The Purple Krakatachiu was discovered by the great explorer Dr. Hinkleton in 1887, along with the Pupula Tree and its symbiotic Blood-Thorn Liana. To this day, he is still remembered as Hinkle-Who-Looks-At-Krakatachius amongst the native peoples of that region."
Sending positive vibes to you all!