In this piece we see fabled youngster and childhood fairytale favorite Peter Pan. We are immediately drawn into the piece by the playful and happy smile upon Peter's face. David adeptly uses texture throughout this piece of artwork. We see that Peter is seated upon a wooden log. David lends this wooden texture to the piece, giving us a sense of realism. The curvy and wavy lines of Peter's hair visible from beneath his cap gives us a glimpse of the texture of Peter's somewhat unkempt and slightly frazzled hair as seen highlighted around the edges. A red feather protrudes from Peter's cap. David textured the feather in such a way that it's small imperfections lend an overall realistic look to it. David also used some interesting value contrasting in this piece. The first that I noticed was the spiked wrist band around Peter's wrist. The contrast of the light and shadows upon the spikes give the pieces a definite metallic quality. The next contrast that I noticed was the necklace of the figure Tinkerbell around Peter's neck. The silhouetted figurine is a stark contrast to the boy's pale skin pigmentation. The overall tone of the piece is, I believe, playful yet happy. This piece evokes childhood memories for me of summers long gone, care-free play, and a sense of everything being right in the world.