• Categories

  • My Lighthouse Drawing

  • Wombania’s Gift Shop

  • Visit Wombania

  • Collection of Poetry

  • Car Picture World.com

  • Thank you, Lauren

  • Blog Stats

    • 430,411 hits
  • Zombie Spammers

Captain Fraz and the Pirates

Captain Fraz and the Pirates

It was shortly after Fraz from Wombania got his own private island that he started to dream of being a pirate. Not only is he now a pirate, he’s the Captain of his own ship with a crew all his own. He recently hooked his catch of the day to go with his Chocolate, Spam and Wine Gum dinner, with the help of his Yellow-Belly Flapper with the telescope. Earlier on his voyage he found a treasure chest on Black Island, about 35 miles south of his own island. He has safely counted it’s contents worth more than $900,000,000.00 and put it away safely inside his Captain’s Quarters. All the while his magical green dragon took control of the wheel to lead the course back to his own island.

Wombie Art Gallery

Wombie Posts

Watercolors Painting
A remake of Kelsey Quiring’s
by Debbie Adams 


Lazy Afternoon Drift

A day dreamed filled afternoon,

drifting on the quiet waters…

perhaps,  a snooze.

©

Painting by Debbie Adams

Copyright May 2012

Drifting

Click image to enlarge

When I painted Castaway I was not pleased with the finished work, but knew I would not give up on painting a boat drifting in the water. Then I remembered my painting Evening Shimmer which I was pleased with, and it was not any trouble at all for me to paint. So I decide to paint one similar to Evening Shimmer in my brown tones, then drop the catamaran in,  hoping I would get a result I would be happy with…. This time I am pleased. I hope you are too.

Castaway

Was having a phone chat with one of my friends on the Island a few days back..They had had a nice, but cold day…Not news, I hate to tell ya.

So about this painting…I’m really not happy with is as I am not with so many of my ocean type paintings. I have a few I like but this one is not at the top of the list. None the less, it was my first try at painting the ocean with digital painting.

%d bloggers like this: