Saturday, 8 January 2011

Frozen


The challenge for Everyday Matters 303 is 'something frozen'.   I live in a fairly warm place near the sea so ice and frost are unheard of here, although we do get snow on the mountains occasionally.
So I had to look in my freezer to find something frozen and came out with fish!  There are several small harbours nearby where you can buy fresh fish, and if you go at the right time (just before lunch) you'll find a bargain.  You can come home with a full of bag of fish to cook or freeze.

14 comments:

seesue said...

I'm thinking this is pretty COOL in more ways than one.

BarbaraB said...

This looks like a fun one to do. Love the pastel colors. Looks very cold.

nanke's stuff said...

Great interpretation and a wonderful job! nancy

Alissa Duke said...

Great fish /icy drawing

frayedattheedge said...

I could have left a fish out in the garden today and it would have ended up looking like that! Lovely drawing.

marancat said...

I love the way that the spiky shapes add to the feeling of cold and ice.

elkedagtelt said...

It really has the feel of fish and frozen

Deborah said...

Beautiful colors - very fitting of something frozen. I like the wrapping too, that looks like icicles. Would love to be warm near the sea right now - snow and below freezing wind chills today. I am finding I like winter less and less...

donna said...

Oh, that is a wonderful drawing. You have a real gift for color.

ffyrebird said...

Great drawing, love the colors!!Brrr.

Alex said...

this is so "cool"! The use of negative space is brilliant!

Tahirih said...

I love this fish...what a creative subject. I've never thought to draw anything from the freezer before.
The colors are perfect, and COLD!

rrARTz said...

the colors are just gorgeous!!!!

raena said...

Great! I think some of us here are wishing we had to go looking for something frozen! :D ...even here in Texas at the moment!

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