Category:  Nature Digital Art | Posted: October 9, 2017

Asplenium nidus

Birds Nest Fern

by cleo85

The Bird's Nest Fern [Asplenium nidus] is a true fern which takes its common name from the arrangement of the leathery. Green leaves, which form a rosette. Unlike many other ferns, the leaves are uncut. The leaves could reach a length from 18 inches [47 cm] to 48 inches [120 cm] and are usually 2 to 3 inches wide. New leaves uncurl from the fibrous dark-brown core.
[Valerie Bradley, The Complete Guide to Houseplants, Reader's Digest 2006]

Painted digitally in ArtRage 4.5.2 pro on blank canvas, using oil colors the palette knife and oil brushes of various size.



Post Type Digital Art Digital Painting | 2D Art
Painted digitally in ArtRage 4.5.2 pro on blank canvas, using oil colors, the palette knife and oil brushes of various size.


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