Honey Moon


Here’s a new digital painting I just finished today. I’ve been working on this one for awhile. I did this one to commemorate (mostly for myself, and for fun) the June, Friday 13th, 2014 full honey moon. I didn’t actually get to see the amber glow that night, but I do remember the moon looking larger than normal, so that was cool. It seems like it took forever to paint all of the 500 bazillion stars, although truthfully I struggled to find time to complete this art piece because I’ve been busy doing other things. I think I may have gone a little star crazy in this painting with the stippling but I’m glad I did. I think it adds a lot of interest and it inspired me to work on some other art in the future with lots of crazy color dots.

In other news, my new Zazzle shop is now open. Go check it out at David’s Art Magnet Shop. My art, assembled in cool fridge magnets. Some products require 18+ restriction on Zazzle. To see all products be sure to turn the content filter to off.


About Junkyard Blogs Directory

I am a photographer, artist, craftsman, outdoorsman, blogger, and owner of Mudpix Prints (www.mudpix.com) featuring my outdoor photography, residing in East Alabama. I am also the founder of the NWOAA (www.nwoaa.com), a directory promoting United States artists and photographers. I'm also the founder of Junkyard Blogs Directory (www.jybdir.com), a directory of the best blogs, websites, and businesses in America. Photography, creating art, promoting the arts, and getting outdoors are my favorite things to do when I'm not blogging and maintaining my websites.
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