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The Last Refuge by GlendonMellow The Last Refuge by GlendonMellow
The last refuge for trilobites, hunkered down near some black sulfurous smokers near the ocean floor. About to be discovered by a submersible descendant of Alvin.


Original painting commissioned by Kevin Zelnio of Deep Sea News.
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:iconlucyjain:
I think this one is probably my favorite one of your paintings, but then I love them all!
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:iconglendonmellow:
GlendonMellow Mar 14, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks Lucy! It came together really well.
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:iconfeatheredrex:
Great painting. I love the grey billowing lifeless smoke above and the colourful, scurrying vibrance of life below. You can almost feel the rippling warmth of the vents. :D
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:iconglendonmellow:
GlendonMellow Nov 22, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow! Thanks so much!
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:iconlordstench:
lordstench Oct 31, 2010
A fantasy I share :D
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:iconglendonmellow:
GlendonMellow Nov 1, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey lordstench! I hope you've been well.
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:iconchid0:
chid0 Oct 29, 2010  Hobbyist
would be incredibly awesome if that happened.
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:iconglendonmellow:
GlendonMellow Oct 29, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Yes. Yes it would.

I believe I would dance.
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:iconsiluriformes:
Siluriformes Oct 28, 2010  Student General Artist
It makes me wish I was down there.
The blue light works beautifully, by the way. :)
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:iconglendonmellow:
GlendonMellow Oct 28, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks very much! I used a lot of Rembrandt Indanthrene Blue on that one.
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