haaaa, nice work Bren-dohne! :)i had NO idear you had a blog, but NOW i know... and knowing is 1/2 the battle, as they say!("They" meaning Doc, Blow-Torch and Ship-Wreck, of course!) :)Hope all is well with you, brutha-man... You still hanging around those old stomping-grounds of ours?... :) Please tell the gang I said 'hello!'
I am on board now.....I am working your link onto the Blog post haste. My only comment would be that as much as I like the colored line treatment. I would like to see it slightly varied in colors of those lines just to spice it up for the eyes a tad. But, some holiwood bad asses can't go wrong. I am pulling for LEE VAN CLEEF.P
Dagan-Thanks for dropping by! Yeah, the blog gathered a little dust for two months, but I'm clearing out the old "work" file and posting a bit.I'm doing well and at least for the next four weeks, I am hanging around the old stomping-grounds. Maybe I should re-christen the fun deck.--B
Pedro-Welcome aboard and thanks for the linkage!Yeah, I enjoy employing the colored "self" line on objects and characters occasionally. In this piece, it appears maybe a bit too soft on the flesh and teeth, compared to the dark hair and glasses.Lee Van Cleef is definitely a Hollywood badass. He is now on the list. Thanks.--B
nice i keep saying i am gonna do some caricatures but wind up umm... not doing that. yours look great though! get a series of 8-10 and then send them to some magazines!
Andy-Thanks for the support! Yeah, I'm pretty happy with Jack here and the Clint piece as well. I do want to do more caricatures (as do you, as I read recently on your blog) and vary them up a bit. Maybe I'll take your suggestion and try and bang out a good 10 of them and shop them around.--B
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