Monday, 24 October 2011

Fuel


Walking and collecting natural objects 'fuels' my inspiration. © 2011 nicky linzey for illustration friday

19 comments:

Naomi said...

amazing artwork

Indigene said...

Wow, Nicky! I love feathers and these have a strong mythical and symbolic feel to them. The delicacy and colors are beautiful! :)

Cindy D. said...

This is really neat, I like the very different styles you've shown for a collection of feathers. The two illustrations could even be exotic leaves. Nice job!

Bella Sinclair said...

Beautiful, beautiful, and just plain BEAUTIFUL! I really dig your patterns. These must have come from the magical xyosilm bird -- the bird so rare and mystical that no one quite knows how to pronounce its name. Or even spell it, for that matter. I recently saw a man who actually paints images on feathers. So incredible. But I digress. This is wonderful!

Linda Hensley said...

Gorgeous! I love this a lot :)

studio lolo said...

Oh my Nicky! OUTstanding!!! I love the way you've lined them up.
Simply beautiful!

Christine said...

Love the patterns you've created with these feathers.

Alison said...

Lovely patterns and colors

Sasa said...

Pretty! I would take curtains with these patterns anytime, both are lovely!

pretty day said...

This is really nice! Wonderful patterns!

Shirley said...

Wow, really, really gorgeous, Nicky! The inspiration is so beautiful and your patterns are fantastic! Always so good to pop in and visit you!

get zapped said...

me too! This is delightful!

MathewRhys said...

lovely style :)

michele said...

What beautiful patterns! I love that you find inspiration time in walking, too! :o)

Caroline said...

Glad I came back for a second look as I see I didn't manage to leave a comment first time round, for some reason! Well, I just love your illustrations, particularly the rows of feathers! Would love a peek in your studio someday!

Vicki Smith said...

So very lovely, Nicky!

aimee said...

nicky, they are gorgeous! i know i sound like a broken record, but you are the queen of the color combos!

Amanda Dilworth said...

Love your feather patterns:)

Megan Coyle said...

what fun patterns :)