Saturday, April 19, 2008

Frankenstien Pencil Sketch


7 comments:

Daniel said...

I am always amazed at how something so simple as a blank piece of paper combined with the lead from a pencil can become such an object d'art!
Your use of shadow and light in this drawing leaves me nearly speechless.
A Beautiful piece indeed!

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Anonymous said...

Good one! I like it :-)

jim fan #1 said...

jim, kudos on this drawing. i totally agree with what daniel said. i also love the way that all the pencil lines go in one direction vertically. very well done. by the way, what's with that comment from ESTABILIZADOR E NOBREAK (from: april 21, 2008 above)? it isn't even a comment. it sounds like a freakin ad! it's actually the exact same comment (but like i said, not really a comment at all) that appears regarding "frankenstein (unfinished art)" a little lower down on your blog page, but with a different name. you should delete both of them because they have nothing to do with making a comment about your art or your blog and everything to do with advertising. like we need more of that crap.

Beast said...

Thanks for commenting on my Blog Jim.
Your compliment measn a lot. I love your work.
and your choice of subjects. Classic cinema monsters. Abbot & Costello etc.

The Frankentstein sketch is terrific.

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