This is a new series that I'm starting, using all my characters (+ new ones!)... CAUSE I'M MAKING A CALENDER for 2012.
Cause I need the money to move out and live with two other chicks I've know for years ( and ). How FUN IS THAT? We better make sure that we don't have our periods at the same time or it'll be like a whole shitload of trouble for a week or a bit. Was that too much information?
Anyway. I can't wait till the year ends and I can transfer to Vis Comm and DRAW ANYTHING I WANT, and not make shit models out of rubbish and wax.
This is JANUARY
COMMENTS, CRITIQUES AND TIPS ARE OH SO LOVED.
Take this image and use it for your sick want for attention. This action will propel me into stretching a certain part of your body wide open. And you know what I'm talking about.
Canvas Stock taken from here: VISIT THEM. DO IT. DO ITTTT
Wow. All I can say is that this gave me a serious nostalgia-trip. The style and absurdity of the image reminds me of my old, illustrated version of Alice in Wonderland, because it has the very same key elements. Thin inked lines, the empty space with action, the everything!
What strikes me most about this is the mix of dreamlike innocence and a darker theme of escaping death.
As anyone can see, this piece also has a wonderful texture made with thiiiiin and delicate strokes. The strokes follow and create a gentle flow in the illustration and it really makes it superb.
If I have to point out a flaw, then it should be this: Some of the mushrooms throw me off a little, like one that grown in what appears to be thin air and one that suddenly goes from 2D to 3D because of an overlook in shading.
But all in all, I would love to own this piece and hang it in my bedroom as an eternal reminder of my childhood.
Wonderful work on the lines, really thin and perfect and all awesome. Somehow the rabbit still seems to be sort of frozen in the air, it's hard to portrait movement tough and I wouldn't do better myself.