Title: Organic
created on 22 Apr 09

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1. Leslie69 wrote:
 Does he bite people who is swimming in the sea!! So cute!!! Love it and wanna give it a bite!!!
2. anotherronism wrote:
 He's inspired by the movie "Seven Pounds" which I recently watched. There is an Australian Box Jellyfish in that movie which fascinated me.
3. anotherronism wrote:
 I've always hated these things. The beack I go to in Maryland (USA) is infested about one third of the summer and I like to body surf.
4. Leslie69 wrote:
 I love the method you draw it!!! Neat and beautiful!!!!!
5. anotherronism wrote:
 Out local jellyfish are ugly in the brackish waters around here but I've been youtubing and google-video-watching a LOT of jellyfish today and I'm in LOVE with them...
6. Dragon wrote:
 This is beautiful. You really captured the ethereal quality they have.
7. Baldur wrote:
 A beautiful depiction. In nearby Mystic, Ct the aquarium has a beautiful jellyfish exhibit right inside the main entance to their building.
8. Baldur wrote:
 It's a large cylindrical glass chamber that you can completely circle, with a couple dozen jellyfish drifting around inside. It's illuminated by what appears to be black light.
9. Baldur wrote:
 It really looks like a moving hologram. Stunning
10. lilalee wrote:
 Beautiful drawing! They both scary and beautiful at the same time! And its nice to see something besides flowers and movies!!
11. DMarcella wrote:
 This is so great and beautiful, why you didn't get a lot of votes on this one I don't know!
12. lilalee wrote:
 Hmmm, came back to vote. Forgot...
13. DMarcella wrote:
 When I posted there was only 2 votes. We are learning so much with the play back that we are seeing even more great drawings then before.
14. MILAVILAx3 wrote:
 i love all your work....it is really remarkable!
15. Robindcr8l wrote:
 This is SOOOOOO good!!!
16. marg wrote:
 This is beautiful, Ron (and the flower petals work really well as light refractions !)
17. nancylee wrote:
 This is so beautiful! I fell in love with jellies at an aquarium about 8 years ago.
18. kmkagle wrote:
 This is a beautiful picture. You've got such patience to have done this.
19. Qsilv wrote:
 Jellies are mesmerizing --and so it this. Gorgeous displays at the London Aquarium and Monterey in Calif.
20. moodyqueen wrote:
 Awesome!Luv jellies,but from a distance!
21. matthew wrote:
 I nearly lost my life to a large Jelly fish 25 years ago... I have not a fan... Although the are often beautiful
22. ssahay91 wrote:
 simply awesome
23. Qsilv wrote:
 by the way... am I the only one who sees in this an Egyptian 'Eye of Horus'?
24. polenta wrote:
 really great how you could give the idea of the jellyfish with so few strokes. GREAT!!!!!!
25. mekeys wrote:
 This is a great picture.ditto all the comments.i tried to vote again,but TD didn't allow.. so a five is all i can give it..
26. kaylynn wrote:
 This is beautiful.
27. anotherronism wrote:
 QSilv... Eye of Horus. Funny. Not intentional but I know what you mean. The blue light I allowed to pass through the darker does have an accidental shape of two eyes. If I stare at this a minute I can actually see a head, face and dreadlocks of a man. A c
28. anotherronism wrote:
 A colorful island-dwelling man :-)
29. sheftali52 wrote:
 You really nailed this! love it
30. NINA wrote:
 Outstanding!
31. Login wrote:
 Having been bitten by one, I'm with moodyqueen and matthew ... keep well clear. However, I can enjoy your drawing and playback.
32. Luna wrote:
 Somehow neglected to vote on this. Lovely..ethereal.
33. Luna wrote:
 Interesting how this shot up from 26 (my vote) to 32 with no comments......
34. anotherronism wrote:
 Luna: I cheated. But not for the apparent effect. I was just trying to move stuff around on my own page. See my forum entry "How I Cheat on TD" for more info... I never even though about this affecting Top 5 outcomes. Really!
35. anotherronism wrote:
 I'm asking Rachel to not consider this piece for this month.
36. Luna wrote:
 Ron, it's a great piece. It does deserve top 5. There are not as many really good new pieces in flowers this month. Everyone does animals.
37. marg wrote:
 hey, Ron.. told you this was good enough - even with an 'honest' vote count !
38. matthew wrote:
 congrats on top 5...
39. Qsilv wrote:
 yes, I totally agree with marg and Luna --this is one of your unique approaches, beautiful, emotionally captivating, perfectly deserving.
40. Login wrote:
 Congratulations, Ron.
41. raydog wrote:
 Amazing what you do.
42. DMarcella wrote:
 Congrats, I knew this was a winner when I first saw it.
43. kyung wrote:
 Congratulations! this is so so gorgeous!!
44. Luna wrote:
 Congratulations!
45. JackJack wrote:
 sqishy !! :O luv it<3
46. mostblessedone wrote:
 I thought I had been patroling the gallery well, but I sure missed this. Well deserving of Top 5 status. Congratulations. Jelly fish are so amazing to watch. They don't look like they should be real.
47. pollyesther wrote:
 Gratz on top 5! this is very beautiful Ron!=)
48. maddyjean08 wrote:
 does he sting when he's in the sea? I love it! so cute! I wanna eat him!!
49. doodler wrote:
 This is beautiful.Monterey Aquarium has a jelly exhibit.Every time I see it ,it is hypnotizing as the jellies flow with the current. you even captured the irridescence
50. Libby97 wrote:
 I love this one. You should have this as an ad for an aquarium.
51. egrace wrote:
 It definently looks like a jellyfish, but if you looked closer, you would see a face, like a spiritual face or something, I think the drawing is really cool, why did you call it organic, and why did you decide to draw this one? I just peeked at it again a
52. choko00 wrote:
 Choko00 wrote: Beautiful
53. KJLavigne wrote:
 Jellyfish. Like the one I saw on the beach near Pensacola, FL. Beautifully done!



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