Tiki

Tiki at the Beach

Tiki at the Beach

Burnsland
A Tiki enjoys his spot on an otherwise empty beach in this new painting (digital painting, that is). The Return of the Tiki is followed by another Tiki. As often happens, this started out as just a normal beach painting, heavily influenced by Kaʻena Point Beach in Hawaiʻi. But as it went along, the empty space at the left seemed to be calling for something, and this Tiki gladly filled the space.
Return of the Tiki

Return of the Tiki

Burnsland
After an extended absence, it is the return of the Tiki! You know you have missed him, as have I. Yes, the Tiki is never quite the same Tiki. All the Tikis that you see here are cousins instead of being all the same Tiki. You can probably spot the family resemblance if you look closely.1 The last Tiki appeared here in February. That is a relatively long absence, considering that we had the Tiki of the Month going on for a while here.