Monday, July 07, 2008

this is a work in progress. i've become much more interested in paintings that ask questions rather than give answers. with this piece, im still trying to find the color and composition and i want to give clues of what just happened, but also leave much of the story up to the viewer. i have an entire back story to this, and will try to convey that as much as i can. this was inspired by the "gunfighter" piece i did a while ago. just as that piece should ask questions of, who is this guy, and why does he have a satchel of money, this one should ask, why are there 2 horses and only one wounded man? any ways im still working on it. cheers.


Blogger Chris Battle said...

Wait... you're actually posting stuff again???


1:13 AM  
Blogger Brian said...

im pacing my self. cheers.

8:54 AM  
Blogger EL GRANDE said...

That's a great comment about paintings that ask questions rather than answer them. I like that a lot as well.

This is a great image

joe y elio

1:25 PM  
Blogger MANDREWS said...

Love it man. great dynamics. works great in B&W you gonna color it up?

Mandrews out

8:22 PM  
Blogger Hammerhead Jones said...

that's amazing

I'm actually looking for an artist to collaborate on a similar graphic novel idea. Let me know if you're interested.

11:49 AM  
Blogger Jeremy Cardarelli said...

This is awesome! Excellent work, love the values.

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