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This is soooo awesome :) i love really love seeing your work your style is sooo nice :) I love the length of his neck and its a great way to appraoch this weeks topic :D
wow! nice one!
Ok first - ow, that would suck. Really love your style, and I always love progress pics. That face has a lot of personality, and the subdued colors are really great.
nice style. really inspirational.
This is really wonderful, Richard. A 10, bar none! The composition is great, and your drawing prowess is THE best. I love his elfin ears and blank stare. You can push and pull the human form – no one comes anywhere close. (I like your Marcel Marceau concept, too! He'd work well for Stripes.)
This is a fun one... I like the suspended head, especially the drawing of the nose and chin. The line work is beautiful..the contrast of the line work between the suit and the head works very well. The wipy tangents around the head are engaging
love seeing your process and how you architectural structure each individual.
I feel his knot in my throat. excellent! Wonderful studies too.
Haha! I have heard of tongue tied..but neck..looks permanent...Really good composition, I can imagine this as a large painting.
I'm amazed how you progress from the original sketches, it's an incredible process to see. Looks like George Harrison in there, he was the quiet one.Love Calvin's facial structure, and the knot. Gulp!Thanks for your comments. :)
You're right. That's George on the short list, and he WAS the quiet one, ~but, alas, not the SILENT one. In fact he often had quite sharp and biting things to say when he did speak, and wasn't silent when he had an opinion to voice...Marcel Marceau is there at the top too, but I opted for 'Silent Cal' because he was quite quiet altogether where as Marcel is noisy in his silence.A good friend suggested I do Harpo Marx, and he would've been fun, but he's even tacitly louder than Marcel!I'll stop rambling now..
Love the knot in his throat. Since I've been sidelined with computer problems lately, I've gotten behind, but enjoyed going through your recent posts. Nice job!
Well done !!!