Thursday, October 8, 2009

Unseen Musician

Possibly I am already feeling nostalgic about summer. This character is a sort of combination of Pan and Kokopelli, but essentially they are the same character. Yes, he is temporarily visible.

18 comments:

The Scrybe said...

I like this, especially the shadow... And it made me think of the Greek god Pan

Caio Fernandes said...

let him play the last notes . then ... enjoy your fall , it isn't so bad !!

ArtSparker said...

Caio - Thanks, Yes, Fall has its sweet notes too.

Jasmine said...

I like him. He reminds me of the Pied Piper of Hamlin.

Eva said...

Wunderbar! How did you make him stand?

ArtSparker said...

Eva - he has a wire which I have photoshopped out.

aleph said...

Maybe this little Pan is playing some melancholic notes with his flute accompanying your summer nostalgia? The character is enchanting.

Bee said...

The Pan plays on. Thank goodness for that.

mum said...

sweet.

Jake said...

This rocks. I see Crowley's Faeries--a peek into the world behind the adult curtain, almost meta-fiction. Playful, and provocative.

ArtSparker said...

Crow- John Crowley or Aleister Crowley?

inkcaravan said...

Oooh, I love him Susan! The lighting is perfect.
~ Alisa

mouse (aka kimy) said...

aw, only temporarily visible. delightful chap!

Jake said...

I knew you'd ask.

John, Little Big.

I don't think Aleister's little friends looked like this :)

Tomás Serrano said...

This week I like the fantastic many eyes criature, the thief or the wonderful picture of brilliant leave, but is awesome this unseen musician. How did you done? I can´t explain me how he stands...

Tomás Serrano said...

I´ve just readen your answer. Fantastic! Perfect!

Anders Enochsson said...

Let's celebrate Pan's powers of humanity and the power of huamns to be animals.

Bee said...

It actually looks like summer in the background, though! I planted lots of forced bulbs yesterday. My way of beckoning spring, I guess.