This turned out really beautiful!
Oh thank you Phyllis!
i love her. the hair is very art nouveau in style to me. she is beautiful. amy
Gorgeous Anthony! You deserve a big contract ASAP! I love how your faces look like real people, someone you would actually see yet they seem to reference the best in American illustration, Rockwell, Franklin Booth etc. But European too. Do you shop at Bud Plant?
Thank you Amy! I was going for that nouveau lookand thank you Eric! That means the world to me... Illustrations from the early to mid twentieth century have always been an interest of mine... Rockwell, Sundblom, Loomis...four long years in my family's printing business with not much to show has been very tough... what you've said really means a lot :)I'm not familiar with Bud Plant. I'll check them out! They sale art books? Are there some you'd recommend?
They are in Grass Valley California and they have one of the best art book collections I've seen. Amazing selection, stuff you wouldn't find on amazon. Check them outhttp://budsartbooks.com/
Awesome! thanks for the info!
Anthony, I agree with Eric on your faces - they are stunning and give a shout out in style to the best American illustrators. The eyes are so full of personality and innocence. I love your fairy sketch below and hope you carry that one on to a final colored piece. It's wonderful.
Thank you very much Kristi! I hope to have the fairy sketch colored soon.I'm glad you like the faces... with this one I really wanted to get that sense of fear and unknowing, with the up lighting... and determination, the way she clutches the potion so firmly... moving forward not looking back
Your work is amazing.What a treat to visit your site!
Thank you very much Roberta!
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