BluTack was extremely unique talented. I want to share with you, my fellow bloggers and readers... this very special tribute, featuring his incredible paintings below.
I'm feeling bad for him. He wasn't my friend but he was on my devwatch list. I remember that BluTack faved my old winning work for the 14th Noma Concours, "The Boy from Cotabato" in 2006. BluTack's message commented on my deviation, "I love this <3". Then I was so thrilled because I was his huge fan before. Today, I was reading the story of my old work "The Boy from Cotabato" after checking BluTack's favorites.
The Boy from Cotabato
unpublished story (summary of the story) by Arlene Licudine, my mama“Where could Mama and Papa be?” Ron was talking to himself as he stared at the window…
Ron was brought to an orphanage where he stayed with the other children. He would often sit in the corner and wait for his parents to come and take him home. At times he would gaze at the sunset and feel the love for his parents rushing into his heart.
“The child! The child was hit!” The truck driver came down so fast and went to see the boy. “He’s dead!” People came rushing towards the boy whose face was lighted with a smile.
Acrylics on Strathmore, 15" X 22" inches each
2004 © May Ann Licudine
Read more about him:
Nichola aka PinkPaint's dA journal
Lucas' dA article
The Creepy Machine