The Flame trees of Thika....

The Flame trees of Thika....

Cleverly done, great image Jim.

The effect is brilliant, Jim, especially when viewed from a distance. Very good piece of invention and spontaneity. Bri

Thanks Michael and Bri. It was an interesting experiment , but the correction pen for white is a useful tool. I smeared it in places to get a shadow effect.

Very dramatic Jim , you’re very creative and inventive

When I first saw this I thought it was a lino cut. Well done.

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An experimental illustration of a T.V series of almost thirty years ago from an Elspeth Huxley book of the same title. I did this on black paper with a correction fluid pen from Rymans stationers. 12 x 8. I saw a picture of a flame tree and it reminded me of the series. Just a bit of fun really.

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Jim Morris

I've reached 81 years young and love to paint and draw. Watercolours are my preference used also with line and wash. I paint or sketch something most days of whatever takes my fancy. Glad to have found this site. I don't feel I have a set painting style but I tend to go for impressionism rather…

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