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sculpture by Becky Grismer Art.  Roots is part of the series of tree bark figures that are meant to represent some of the individual characteristics shared by trees and humans. Roots represents the common characteristic of both trees and humans having roots. Pine tree roots create the figure's base, head piece and are found in the body detail.

sculpture by Becky Grismer Art. Roots is part of the series of tree bark figures that are meant to represent some of the individual characteristics shared by trees and humans. Roots represents the common characteristic of both trees and humans having roots. Pine tree roots create the figure's base, head piece and are found in the body detail.

Scroll down for a sample from this week's tutorial for The Phoenix , in which I look at How to THINK when you draw TREE ROOTS. PLUS!!! GO...

Scroll down for a sample from this week's tutorial for The Phoenix , in which I look at How to THINK when you draw TREE ROOTS. PLUS!!! GO...

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Photo by Jorge Mayet, 2008. Amazing to see that the roots are actually larger than the tree!

Photo by Jorge Mayet, 2008. Amazing to see that the roots are actually larger than the tree!

In the wettest place on Earth, the village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya, India are some of the most fascinating bridges you'll ever see. These "living bridges" are formed by locals who have trained the roots of rubber trees to grow into natural bridges. They are sturdy enough to far outlast man-made wooden structure bridges. Because of the relentless rain in Meghalaya's jungles, wooden structures would rot away. These root bridges are self-strengthening, becoming more sturdy ...

In the wettest place on Earth, the village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya, India are some of the most fascinating bridges you'll ever see. These "living bridges" are formed by locals who have trained the roots of rubber trees to grow into natural bridges. They are sturdy enough to far outlast man-made wooden structure bridges. Because of the relentless rain in Meghalaya's jungles, wooden structures would rot away. These root bridges are self-strengthening, becoming more sturdy ...

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