lunes, 15 de octubre de 2012

AGUA (La bailarina Balinesa)/WATER (The Balinese dancer) IF

Cuando deja de oirse el Gamelan ,
ella se sienta cerca del rio y su cabello se sumerge en el agua convirtiendose en pez,
y sobre el oscuro Universo, se convierte en estrellas.

When it ceases to be heard the Gamelan,
she sits by the river and her hair is immersed in the water becoming fish,
and on the dark universe, becomes stars.


27 comentarios:

susansorrellhill dijo...

Gorgeous, Roberto...I really love the way the hair turns into a fish!

k.h.whitaker dijo...

oooooooh, super cool, love the colors and the fish!!! Great header too. I do so love your moons.

Cindy D. dijo...

Wow! I love the intricate pattern in back, and what a great fish! So cool and interesting as always!

Ted Blackman dijo...

This is one of my favorites. Beautiful.

Ted Blackman dijo...

How come your cartoon blog is not listed on your blogger profile page? I can't find it now.

nelleke dijo...

nice idea, Roberto: hair turning into fish. Have a nice week!!

céline dijo...

Very nice, I just love the fish! And a great new header, very dreamy, like it! I wish you a good week!

hedwig dijo...

Very decorative and beautiful and funny details. I like the prissy look on her face!

Rod MacGregor dijo...

Buenissimo trabajo Hombre!! y las palabras hermosas son tuyas? Me gusta la idea del cambio pelo por pez!!!! Y por supuesto otra desnuda es caramelo por los ojos!!! Buen semana vosotros!!!!!!....

PILAR dijo...

Roberto !!!! Hola y mil veces hola, que abandonado te tengo....mi queja de siempre "muchas cosas, poco tiempo"....Besossssss

sandybau dijo...

Bello dibujo, muy místico! Roberto, que gusto leerte después de tiempo! Gracias por tu mensaje!
Soy muy desconsiderada, me alejé mucho del blog, de escribir y de leerlos también... no posteé nada hace meses, hasta ayer, que me picó un bichito y me acerqué de nuevo. Me he mudado a California, asi q ya te imaginarás todos los cambios... Prometo no volver a perderme ;)
Un beso!

renilde dijo...

there's that fish again, so beautiful, love that touch of exotism, great details, x

Nancy dijo...

.... so amazing... it'd be interesting to read about how you think when you come up with your creations!

Joyeeta Neogi dijo...

Gorgeous illustration Roberto! Love the colorful pattern and the concept! Love your blog header! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Have a wonderful day and weekend!

Stefanie Seltner dijo...

me, I love the moule (french word, I know, sorry).
have a nice week, dear artist friend! And thank you for your thoughts x Stefanie

Miss Herzfrisch dijo...

Hi Roberto,
I was glad to find your blog at Mano's drawing challenge.

Your illustrations are wonderful, here I specially like the blue fish and the fresh colour.

May I invite you to this week's drawing challenge with the the "leaves"? I am the host: http://www.herzfrisch.com/blog/invitation/ and it wood be a pleasure for me.

Sabine

Anne Manda dijo...

Lovely lovely! Intriguing image and beautifully executed!

Sasa Saastamoinen dijo...

You are too productive, I can't keep up with you...
Love your Balinese dancer. When I was in Bali I bought several of those beautiful prints picturing dancers, especially the ones with couples, a man and a woman, I had one beside my bed for years.
I like the way you have made that image your own! You always give me ideas what to try myself too...

Sasa Saastamoinen dijo...

BTW, thanks for reminding me about that following/subscription feature in Blogger. It took me forever to find it, I'm still a beginner... Is the one I am using the one you meant?

Claire Wildish dijo...

So beautiful Roberto! She is mysterious and magical!!

I am waiting patiently for my package but it hasn't come yet. Please do not worry though, the post is very very slow coming out here into the middle of the desert.

Carlos dijo...

Hola Roberto, bella entrada como siempre.

Me siento medio extraño comentando aquí en castellano, frente al tumulto de tus seguidores extranjeros. :)

Amigo quería decirte que ya subí nuestro nuevo trabajo conjunto, creo, contando los del Mundo-Gato que ya son cuatro. Qué tul.

Como verás, puesto a retrasarme yo también tengo lo mío, pasa que el soneto no me terminaba de cerrar.

En fin, allí queda, inamovible como el mar.

Un gran abrazo.

Carlos.

Sasa Saastamoinen dijo...

Thanks Roberto for your great instructions on following!!! I can't believe that I haven't spotted that gadget before... I think I have an attention span of a squirrel, no patience at all to look... :-P

Sasa Saastamoinen dijo...

And yes, I saw those dancers in Ubud, I have been there twice, love the place! I want to go to Bali again!!
Have a lovely weekend!
(Looking froward to see your 'sky', you always make them so interesting :-))

highjumper dijo...

Beautiful - and I love the Balinese theme!! I'm also going to mention the lovely header you've painted. I love that at first glance she is very soft and pleasing; but on further inspection you see that she is masked, and two-faced (with the eyes of two different people). What a great way to show how complexity can lie hidden beneath the surface!

JM Joyeria Contemporanea dijo...

wowwwwwwwwwwwwww, me copo mal!! xx

DeniseSCARAMAI dijo...

Que obras maravillosas!
Impresionante esta belissima serie!
Me encantan las flores de los fondos, el agua, los peces, las figuras tan bonitas!
Todo muy sutil y elegante!
Felicitaciones a mi amigo!
Abrazos!

illustration poetry dijo...

Bali is always enlightened by the gamelan and dances!!!
They are not only a tradition of the Balinese culture but they are an integral part of their ancestral gods, your excotic Balinese dancer just charms me in every way :))))

This so is pretty (and i'm a bit jealous of her beautiful long black hair...)

Thanks very much for letting me know about this post ♥