in Art Orbital Thoughts by Francisco Pellicer Viri May 21, 2018, 12:54 pm 80 Views 6 Votes 10 Comments Share Tweet Pin The head of the figure was inspired by planetary orbits. I automatically saw them as orbital thoughts. The figure is then simulating those orbital thoughts with a ribbon like element to visualize those thoughts. This is a watercolor on paper. Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 6 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet Pin Written by Francisco Pellicer Viri 10 Comments Leave a Reply Well at least Pluto is recognized as a planet again… 1 Log in to Reply That is something positive for the orbital fans like me. 1 Log in to Reply I don’t even know what that jackassery was to begin with.. 1 Log in to Reply Very interesting and meaningful work! 1 Log in to Reply Thank you for the interest. Equally appreciative of the meaningful aspect. However, I may have to sort out the meaning for a couple of years. Thank you very much. Log in to Reply Women hold up half the sky and keep the planets circling the sun… 1 Log in to Reply So that explains it. Ok. Thank you for the explanation. Log in to Reply So you did notice that I was trying to fluctuate the intensity of the colors. Yes, I am guilty. But thank you for your generous remark. 1 Log in to Reply That’s a lovely one! It looks great! 1 Log in to Reply Thank you for your positive remark. Nice to see that someone thinks it’s great. Thank you again. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.