Alas, once again, you've shown me the vast awesomeness of your work and coloring.
I'm mostly astounded by the metallic look on that kettle really. It has that extremely nice reflective and shiny look all over it. That seriously, must've taken quite a while to get that to look that way.
I seriously cannot wait to see some more color pencil work from you. Its always such a sight to see.
Heh. Kinda reminds me of that painting with the dripping clocks. (Can't remember the artist... bad me! I want to say "Dali" but it's probally wrong...) I like it though. Very unique and free... a real trip-fest. No more pizza for you at 2am.
Oh my... It's really awesome You did a excellent work with the colors, textures and shading You should do more abstract artworks, or at least another kinds of styles... it gives diversity to your gallery
May be your first time, but conceptually you handle the "trippiness" excellently! Technically as well. I love the rendering of the metal on the teapot, and the element of direction created in the rising plant buds. Great work.
Wow, this is very different from your norm. I like it, though...the coloring and shading you used are both really good. How were you inspired to draw this particular scene, or was it assigned to you in class?
jokes aside, i am VERY pleased with your progress! im sort of...afraid...of how far you've advanced. you've left most your old high school chums in the dust! and now i bitterly regret having passed up my arts...sigh
Wow. That's really something that you came up there. I happen to like these kind of drawings. Really makes you think of what the artist was thinking when drawing these kind of images. Its pretty far out but amazing. Really nice work on the coloring and places for the still live. Wow! Great job!
This is quite abstract, totally different from your usual work. But very well done, the kettle was colored amazingly, and the variations of shades and shines are spactacular (I like to extend my vocabulary beyond "It's good" or "It's nice").
Trippy is a good word, and half of your posters seem to like it so much that they used it! I really like how you etched out the reflections in the teapot and still made it rustic looking. Did you have to erase parts of that just to get it looking right? It looks AWESOME. (And trippy. )