in Challenges WIN Just for Fun challenge #1 – sky by Alex Ledante February 10, 2018, 5:29 pm 195 Views 14 Votes 40 Comments 0shares Share Tweet Pin Once again, the mistress of challenges- Kim Johnson has come up with another test of our creativity, although this time she claims it is Just for Fun… This particular challenge revolves around the sky See what I did there? Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 14 points Upvote Downvote 0shares Share Tweet Pinartchallengeflashbackjustforfun2skyvintage Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 40 Comments Leave a Reply Whatever the explanation, I love your sky! 1 Log in to Reply It enjoys far more popularity than it deserves 1 Log in to Reply Well, it is worth it! 1 Log in to Reply I never understand why some of my work is popular and some isn’t… 1 Log in to Reply Hhmm, caught in the act. ? 1 It happens to everything too, right? 1 Fiery sky. It is too hot for a lady to be under that sun. I am no artist but I know a little about color and how it depicts to nature. 1 Log in to Reply That’s why she is pulling her collar down 1 Log in to Reply Thanks for I know… ? 1 Log in to Reply I told the model to set her neck free, she started giggling and I took the shot 1 Log in to Reply I like the pink color!…………… 1 Log in to Reply it is a fun color, but not very realistic 1 Log in to Reply I like it anyway ;P 😀 hahah 😉 1 Log in to Reply yeah, it is quite vivid but not very accurate 1 Log in to Reply Doesn’t have to be……….. 1 Like the color of the sky in the cover photo but I find Virily’s black pop-up thing pretty inconvenient — it slows down the work — especially when it refused to budge thereby obscuring the article. Pre-school? Maybe an 18-year old preschool ??? 1 Log in to Reply I know you love a majestic skyline Log in to Reply Yep. It spells of hope and happiness and your “preschool” drawing captured that judging by the face of your hooman. I was supposed to say that except the black pop-up box distracted me from typing. Virily is fond of providing unnecessary distractions ??? 1 Log in to Reply Yeah, that’s how they generate revenue Log in to Reply Oh well. It is either we ride along or we get the hell outta here — but I like Virily coz it is an avenue for my “soft” topics 1 You have wisdom beyond your years These are great, maybe a preschool Alex, but not the rest of us. Still great work. Thank you for joining in, yes next week is something man made. Hope to see more. 1 Log in to Reply I suppose I could go a girl in a jetpack. But I would have to make the armor practical and realistic… 1 Log in to Reply That sounds great, just about any of your work would fit for this week Alex! 1 Log in to Reply I haven’t decided if I am going to do jetpacks or “A Bridge Is Not a High Place” 1 Log in to Reply Sounds intriguiing!! Rubs chin ~~~ 1 This is not the work of a preschooler lol. You are the professor of ART 1 Log in to Reply It just seems juvenile in comparison to where I’m at now Log in to Reply Very interesting views thanks 1 Log in to Reply I am glad you like them, but still kinda embarrassed 1 Log in to Reply They’re so old, and I didn’t know anything when I did them… 1 Log in to Reply It certainly does not look like pre-school, but you have advanced so far. I could not compete with this art, much less what you do now. The tiki torch is interesting. The system knocks me out (on the floor ha!) when I try upvoting or commenting, so I will try again later. Great photos for the challenge. Kim has changed the guidelines now, week 3 is something man made. That Kim keeps us busy. 🙂 2 Log in to Reply She’s a slave-driver, Kim is… Man made you say? 1 Log in to Reply Yep! She is always challenging us. 2 Log in to Reply I could be up to that challenge… 1 Log in to Reply She is the slave-driver I love — hilarious with capital H ? 1 Log in to Reply it is a willing servitude, or we all have the slave mentality Log in to Reply What result do you expect? From kindergarten, humans are trained, conditioned and indoctrinated to follow in order to be called “normal”; therefore, slave-driving and slaves’ sense of servitude are acceptable designs in the society. Go against the tide and you are called divergent/rebel/menace to the world of sick normalcy. ?? 1 Great works, Alex. I love both. 1 Log in to Reply That’s very kind of you to say… Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.