Saturday, September 03, 2005

Death

death

11 comments:

Apss said...

Nice ...In a way i liked it a lot ... you know your mediums.... liked the pen and ink in particular more than the water colors...

Anonymous said...

Is your life as dark as your art?

Zeppellina said...

Nice drawing..is she, herself, death, or is she looking into the face of death?

Unlike anaonymous, I don`t actually find your work dark...It has a strong satirical feel, which is a different thing entirely.

And beautifully executed.

eugene smith said...

Death is a character from the Sandman comic series written by Neil Gaiman. I could have done a little better with the likeness but I was dead tired.
I don't think of my life as very dark at all, in fact it's pretty normal. I just think it's important to be aware of the dark, if you know whatimsayin'. And like Zeppellina mentioned, I am infusing a little satire and humour into the works.

Rose Tacher said...

Your link to the David Choong Lee didnt work. It had an extra "l" at the end of the address.

Like your pictures. Let us see a forest painted with the style of "death".

Zeppellina said...

I think your drawing is excellent, whether you were tired or not, it looks great!

I have a copy of the sandman, it has been so long since I looked at it. Great book.
Great illustrations.

DJ Theo said...

This is one of my favorites.

Cleancut said...

Amazing,i love your blog!

Jams Watton said...

Very nice indeed... there is something about this picture that enchants me....

Have you ever seen the "V for Vendetta" comic books?

Anyway, loved the blog having just surfed in after seeing posted in BloggerBuzz.

Jams

Dr. Deborah Serani said...

I agree that is is important to be aware of "your dark". It allows a person to truly experience the range of human emotions. I also agree that there is a sardonic feel to your wonderful artwork. It's so compelling and great!

~Deb

TheIdleReceptionist said...

well, true likeness or not--you've created a beautiful piece! and now i want that haircut...HAH!