land of goblins by Annika Volkens

land of goblins

A view into a different world


oil on canvas
This is so wonderful!! All the little goblins wandering around such a pretty little village. Love all your detail - I don't think you missed a thing!
over 5 years ago
A wonderful picture - well done!
over 5 years
Beautiful and interesting work so full of life.
over 5 years
I totalyl love this work! Has an old masters feel to it, but updated to include fantasy figures - Really great work, fantastic details.
over 5 years
Thanks for your lovely comment Annika, its a huge compliment to me from someone who can paint like this.
over 5 years
Oh wow I love this painting.All the little people going on with their lives,the tree trunks are my favorite, you have managed to get so much detail into this painting!Wonderful work Annika!
over 5 years
This looks like a wonderful place. Reminds me of Hobbits I wonder if they are related goblins and hobbits. Wonderful job on the beautiful land.
over 5 years
beautiful work
over 5 years
Welcome on PIL Annika!!
Sie haben ein wunderschönes gemälde gemaakt.Feine farben.
Herzliche Grüße aus den Niederlanden, Robert
over 5 years
Lovely original and charming work, great depth and excellent use of colour, Chris
over 5 years
Wow! My eyes just keep moving around taking everything in on this wonderful piece. The composition is unreal.*****
over 5 years
woooooooooooow......i love it......
over 5 years
A beautiful sunny landscape so full of action and light, love the colors.
over 5 years
This is a beautiful scene, love the people and animals and the landscape is so well done. Congratulations!!
over 4 years
Love this artwork. It is mixture of old masters and folk-art all in one.

Savannah, Georgia, USA
over 1 year
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Can anyone me help on what to do with the reflections on the water this would be great? It is the first time I tryed this.
The mirror idea is great, also you could turn the canvas upside down when painting reflection, much easier that way! the entire area of the wet sand should... view answer
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