Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Well I saw Guy Francis feet piece than Denis
so i was inspired and drew this on my tablet with the closest paper I had around. Being some Canon matte printer paper.
Which was ok to ink on but didn't erase well. About half an hour or 45 minutes.
Feet.



and heres the cover of a small sketchbook I put out last year,
in case anyone's wondering where the ol blog logo is from

17 comments:

kristen said...

wonderful!

Ursa said...

very nice line work!

Alina Chau said...

Love the feet illo!! Great composition and style ... love your take on the theme ... though it's a bit sad ....

Kactiguy said...

Very cool. The feet are neat. Is that also the same eye in the Canadian tire illo?

Rikki said...

I love it, very retro :)

Amy Zaleski said...

Your sketchbook cover is just great. You have a wonderful way of paying homage to your influences in your work without copying them. I love the 50's inspired furniture an rug.

Gonowurforgiven said...

I like the bottom but i really think u could have put a little more time into the top one, but it still looks decent.

carla said...

My goodness; the top one is a bit gruesome! I love the contrast between the widows black garb (great lines) and the naked feet of the dead man. The blood on the ground and the red background add a great touch! Your Hypnotic Eye cover is awesome! I must echo Amy's comments...your style shows your various influences, but is so much your own. I just love what you do!

Bron Smith said...

Powerful drawing. I like your style.

benconservato said...

I love it, it is surreal and dark, but amusing all the same. The style is very appealing and vivid. It breathes.

neilornstein said...

This one really stands out. Completely delightful.

Denis said...

What an embarrassing way to die. Hanged AND naked!!! :-)

Great one Drazen.

Ellen said...

Fantastic artwork! Love the unique take on the topic!

Fulton Beal said...

Great piece, love the blood on the ground

georg said...

weird - and great! I love it!

UM said...

I love the fact that you can pick such a horrific subject and still make it so nice to look at. The contrast between the hanging theme man and the style of illustration is magical and eerie the same time.
Love it!

ULI

Drazen said...

thanks a lot everyone.