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Fire Plant

For those of you that know me know I like to paint a potted plant from time to time, and most of the time just one int he scene.

This one I call “Fire Plant,” simply because of its color.

Digitally Painted 2/16/2012

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  1. Deb, it has such personality. I keep looking for eyes, a nose and a mouth. Oh…and eyebrows. Can’t forget those. Night night. Happy Weekend to you and yours 🙂

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    • Now I’ll just take that as it look alive….Thank you, Kathryn!
      Have a wonderful Friday, my friend.
      Hugs, xx

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  2. This is beautiful, Deb! I love the reds, the shadows and the neutral shades. I’m not a painter, so I’m probably not using the right language! Hugs to you! xx 🙂

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    • The words you choose were just lovely, Lauren…Thank you!
      Glad to see you blogging again, my friend!
      Hugs, xx

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  3. Very peaceful. Don’t forget to water them 🙂

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  4. oh its so beautiful.loved the name 🙂
    you know it looks like small veins spreading warmth every where…loved the way you painted the shadow..brilliant
    hugs 🙂

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    • I love the way you see the plant, Soma! I’m really glad you like this one, my friend!
      Love and Hugs, Deb xx

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  5. It’s such a tender flame..

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  6. That’s a very nice one. It really looks three dimensional with the light and shadow. And I really like how you’ve made the foliage look so real.

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    • It’s not too often I can pull one off that look three dimensional like you can…but I’m working on it. I’m glad this one looks that way. Thank you so much, Binky!
      Hugs, xx

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  7. I hope it’s not offensive to say so but my 1st impression is an egg & the top is exploding out of it. I am on medication…

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  8. Wow, this is so pretty and delicate looking!

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  9. It looks beautiful Debbie 🙂
    Have a good day, and weekend 🙂
    Hugs,
    xx

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  10. This is beautiful…..very nice day Deb
    This red….!!
    🙂

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    • Oh what a dear you are to comment in English for me.
      Thank you for the lovely comment on my painting!
      Hugs, xx

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  11. Beautiful Debbie! I feel very sure that your name and creations will be in the world of art forever!

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  12. Excellent Deb, now that would look good on my table.. 🙂 😉 love to you and have a great Weekend x

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    • The best I can do is get it on your wall.
      Thank you for the lovely compliment, Sue
      Have a great day, my friend, and stay a blessing as you always are.
      Hugs, xx

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  13. The more I see of your art, the more I want to learn to paint.

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    • Bo, as soon as you have spare money (what’s that?) I want you to get yourself some art supplies and treat yourself to artwork…It’s great therapy!
      Hugs, my friend xx

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    • Both my sites will now be on wordpress. The Bo Lumpkin site was on Blogger but I was having trouble with comments so I am moving it to WordPress as well. WordPress has always worked well for me.

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      • So glad to hear that you left Blogger for WP. I have your links in the blog roll, one under the other plus in my comic section…Would you mind checking the link I have on you for your blog in my blogroll section to see if I got the right one for you…I think I do, but I’m certainly not above mistakes.
        Thanks Bo, I want to keep you current around here….Love them owls too, Bo!
        Hugs, xx

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  14. Beautiful hun – wish I had your talent!!! 🙂

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  15. Wspaniałe kolory – tonacja i wykonanie.. 🙂

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  16. So lovely … and what a fire plant it is … like Andreas said: ” I wykonanie” which means “I love it” 🙂 Always, cat.

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  17. Wayside Artist

     /  February 17, 2012

    So beautiful and luminous! The light and color on this is spectacular. Each time out you raise the bar on digital painting. 😀

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    • I work at it a lot. Lately I just have not had the funds to buy supplies for my other mediums, though I still have some. I have just found that I really enjoy working with digital and work at it often….Thank you so much, Nanina!
      Hugs, xx

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  18. This is just gorgeous…and just goes to show what a little plant can bring to life, no flowers needed.
    I do love the colour red Deb..it does brighten up the place.

    Deb thankyou so much for your valentines gift..and lovely visit. Always so nice to read from you hun.
    Have a coulourful weekend you, hugs Traceyx

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    • Oh yes, flowers aren’t the only living thing that can bring color to a room…or outdoors.
      And you are welcome. I couldn’t forget my Tracy!
      Hugs, xx

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  19. I love this 🙂 and the color is just beautiful, I have bad luck with plants, but this one I’m betting I could handle 😉

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  20. The painting looks great, love the shadow and light effect you have captured!

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  21. This is really beautiful. You do such great things with shadows, so much of your art has an added depth and great atmosphere because of that. I love your art 🙂

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    • Wow! Thank you so much, Nikki!…You’re always so good to me!
      Love and Hugs, my friend! xx

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  22. Ras Alonso

     /  February 17, 2012

    Yes, this would be my kinda flowers if I was into flowers. Another well done art work again Deb. We are lucky to have you sharing your talents with us 🙂

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    • It can be flowers if you want it to be. I wanted it to be a fire plant after I finished it.
      Thanks Ras! And thanks for the Twitter plug too!
      Hugs, xx

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  23. Really beautiful. It looks so real!! I’m impressed because digital painting must be really hard.
    Bravo, Deb. Oh and I love the title too.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Hugs.

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    • I don’t know Cha, you might even find it a bit easier, being we have more control over it.
      Thank you for the comment about my painting…nice!…Title too.
      Hope your feeling better too.
      You have a great weekend too, Cha.
      Hugs, xx

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  24. aaaaaaaaaghh…Deb, thankyou for all your TLC 🙂 you bring by..
    Jee, I so love the cute little cat graphic..that really is neat!

    Thankyou for your encouraging words and lovely visit too.
    Much love to you, hugs Traceyx

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  25. Nice plant, is it really called fire plant….?

    Zahir 🙂

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  26. Androgoth

     /  February 18, 2012

    You have captured the light perfectly Deb, and with it you
    have produced a most wonderful painting…

    I think that ‘Fire Plant’ is a very good title too my great friend…
    Thank you for calling into my Space and I will be posting again,
    not too sure when exactly… but soon 🙂

    Have a beautiful rest of weekend Deb and enjoy it 🙂

    Androgoth XXx

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    • Hi Andro, my friend…So good to see you! I certainly hope you do some posting soon, I’ve been missing your scripts and graphics. You keep thing interesting, that is for sure!
      Thank you for the comment on my painting, I’m very pleased with this one!
      Post soon my friend…we all miss you!
      Have a great Sunday my friend!
      Hugs, xx

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  27. Raven of Leyla

     /  February 18, 2012

    I love the fire plant Deb, it is beautiful!!!
    We have a fire berry thornbush out here that is an evergreen bush. The real treat is that the Hummingbirds love to come visit various times of the year. They love the buds, berries etc. sometimes they look in my window! So adorable!
    You have made a warm painting, so lovely.
    smiles,
    Rx

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    • I love those hummingbirds now.. They are the sweetest little bird there is. It must tickle your insides when they are peeking in the window.
      I use to have a a fire bush out side my door at my previous home…one more thing we have in common…well…had in common..lol
      Thank you for the lovely comment about my painting, Raven!
      Hugs, my feathery friend.

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  28. I really like the lighting effects you’ve created in this one (well, I always do in your pieces, I guess)…
    and those wonderfully fiery colors, too, of course!
    Beautifully done (and this painting probably doesn’t even require much watering, either)!
    😉

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    • I wasn’t sure if I would be able to pull this one off…then it turned out better than I hoped for.
      Thanks Bob!
      xo

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  29. This is a study in perfection! Masterfully done and absolutely gorgeous! You are an inspiration

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  30. Thank you, VW…I can always count on you to inspire me to want to try harder the next time…and I thank you for that! And for such a lovely comment about this painting too!
    Hugs, xx

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  31. Beautiful painting Debbie – I love it!!
    And I am sorry that I am a bit scarce these days……
    All the best to you.

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    • Thank you, Jan…this one is one of my favorites!
      You have been scarce these day…Hope all is well with you!
      Have a wonderful day, Jan!
      Hugs, xx

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  32. The shadow and the red color is perfect. It gives a sense of foreboding plant. I wonder what is its real name?

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    • There is a plant out here…and evergreen that really is a fire bush, but they’re usually in the ground. Being this one reminded me of it, and was in a pot, I called it, Fire Plant.”
      Thank you for such a lovely compliment on my painting, Novroz!
      Hugs, xx

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