Lady Raven


Mixed media / September 2016

A vert grungy piece, the grain makes me feel some old, eerie movie vibe. Tell me what you think!


~ by Oloriel on October 26, 2016.

21 Responses to “Lady Raven”

  1. That old eerie vibe is part of what makes it so fascinatingly beautiful. Great job!

  2. Yes a sort of reminds me of Alfred Hitchcock The Birds. I like it.

  3. Like noir ~ I’m Grace from D’verse~ Can you please contact me at: ~

    Thank you ~

  4. It’s fab! I love the grungy feel, it works. You should be painting walls. Lol! Of course I am biased!

    • Thank you, thank you! I do actually want to paint walls. When I was younger, I really wanted to, but the paint and everything was so expensive 😦

      • Are there no sponsors for outdoor art where you are? They pay for the paint, here. The artist donates time.

      • Very rarely. They basically donate a construction site wall, or some random wall, where they supply paint and call all artists to join and paint something. They do this to combat random art and “tagging”. Most artists who participate in this are already established and already spent a lot of time painting walls by using their own funds, so when they participate in these, they already have stencils and plan and such. I would basically go there and let art be art lol πŸ˜€

  5. wait… you did this? omg, you are so talented… love it…LOVE it.. it will be a wonderful tattoo as well I think… how did you do this, what does mixed media mean?

    • Mixed media means I used more than 1 way of creating it. Regarding my photography, I do it weird, so I take lots of texture photos. I also love digital collage and double exposure. But I also paint a little bit with the tablet in Photoshop. All of that is used to create one artwork, hence mixed media, because computer, program, camera, scanner – all had a role in it πŸ˜€ I am very very happy that you like it!

      • amazing… how long did it take you to do this? wow…

      • Preparing the material takes literally years. But you kinda don’t use it, it sits around in a collection. When you sit and you get hit by inspiration, it all comes down pretty fast (if you work fast)

      • Mirjana, what was the address of your photography blog? can’t find it..

      • Suburban Witchcraft…. but I must admit I severely neglected it. I had some bad real life stuff happen which enabled me to take photographs. it is hard to find inspiration for it :/

      • I’m sorry to hear about the bad stuff… hope you are ok now (hugs)… I also hope you will find inspiration in more positive experiences as well… xoxo

  6. Of someone who was hurt, mistreated and still not looking for vengeance, she can forgive and move on, however it feels a little too late as she was cut, at least when she was finally free

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