No Rules No Shame

November 6, 2010

The Departure of the Witches

Filed under: Art History, Painting — fanny luvvin @ 18:26

I wish that when Luis Ricardo Faléro painted “The Departure of the Witches”  he had given it a little bit more thought and made it landscape instead of portrait so it would fit my screen better because I hate how desktop wallpaper looks tiled.



  1. You could not tile it and use a dark gray as the border color…

    Comment by Tricia B. — November 6, 2010 @ 20:42

    • Stefani tiles it. I think she likes the extra nudies.

      Comment by norulesnoshame — November 7, 2010 @ 02:19

  2. why not print it out, stick it on plain landscape piece of paper and paint around it if you really want it to be landscape, then post it on deviant art

    Comment by fiytf — January 16, 2011 @ 03:36

    • This isn’t helpful at all! You failed to mention exactly what to paint around the existing image. Would it be more nude ladies? Or more demons? What about another grabby skeleton? What is a “plain landscape piece of paper?” Do they have those at Staples? All you’re doing is creating more questions, sir. If you’re going to go around doling advice, at least make it a step-by-step process.

      Comment by norulesnoshame — January 16, 2011 @ 11:40

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