Thursday, April 13, 2006

I did this affer dinner while watching the hockey game. A finished version of a sketchbook drawing from a previous
post

12 comments:

Fulton Beal said...

Superb! love the contrast of the girls innocence with the wild, monstrous expression of the headless man.

Elliot said...

You have visited my blog a few times recently and I've not repaid the visit!
So here I am to repeat everything I've always said about your work, which is that it is terrific.

Kactiguy said...

I'm so glad you took this one to finish. Turned out amazing. Love the linework. My daugher's name is Sam aand she says "that's awesome". I agree.

eric sturdevant said...

Gloriously gruesome!

Drazen said...

thanks Cheezy, tho it would be fun to hear your verse
thanks Eliot, I always enjoy your blog
Give Sam a thank you for me MR. Guy
Thanks Eric

the doodlers said...

Hi Drazen,

Here's a suggested few extra lines for your verse:

"Oh Uli, dear Uli, you're really
my favourite ghouli", Sam said.

That's amazing that you did this while watching the game. Maybe the hockey action was less than compelling that night? It's a lovely sketch and poem.-Arna

Michael said...

Wonderful Drazen. And you did this while watching a game?! Ha!

You'll be pleased to know that this will be my desktop image in about five seconds.

Drazen said...

thanks doodlers and Michael
Well I pencilled it after dinner at my drawing table but it was all inked
watching the game

UM said...

DRAZEN! Just got back from my holidays and checked your blog. I don't want to be too presumptious, but is it really me you're referring to in your poem and that ass-kick drawing you did? If it is, I'm tickled pink, if it's not the other Uli should be tickled pink too. What a wonderful execution of your initial sketch. No matter what, it's going into my library. (menaical laughter).
Cheers,

ULI

Drazen said...

its true, you are the only Uli I know and it sounded right, Glad you don't mind.
and thanks for the comments.
Drazen

Fulton Beal said...

I'd figured you'd done such a wonderful poetic rendition that I had a hard time coming up with something, but I figured heck with it, I'd give it a shot :) Anyway, here goes...


She woke from her slumber
That tot with a number
Of three, or maybe a four
To walk with the ghosts
Share tea and some toast
And chat from who's heads nevermore

Drazen said...

Haha
thats great Cheezy
thanks
d