great job!love it!
What filter did you use to get the transparency so nice on the curtains? Or was that a "layer effect?" I'm a photoshop noob. Sorry.
Ugh, shipping art... Hence, one reason why I don't do gallery shows outside of L.A. How big is this thing?
Well done, Adam! Makes me almost long for a remake of a forgotten "classic".If I'm not mistaken, I believe you just used the "antique table" filter at 75% over the entire image, correct? (insert electronic wink here)
Holy smokes, it's beautiful! Was the creepy girl there before? You really captured a nostalgic/oldtimey feel with this one :)
Just beautiful sir.
lovely painting and interesting characters. I'm trying to read the ticker tape with little success.
Thanks, Giovanni!Brian–It's called "gauzenate."Dan–It's about 24 inches across.Exactly right, Pop-Monkey.Pinflux–she was always there, but I punched her up a bit. I'm sorry, I guess I should have answered, "Creepy girl? What creepy girl? The only people who have seen a creepy girl in that jpeg have died horribly in exactly 24 hours."Thanks, Shawn!The main message on the ticker-tape reads, "THE BOYS DO NOT LIKE ME AT SCHOOL."
This painting makes my heart take flight, I'm happy I'll be able to see it in person.
Nice, and interesting to see you paint on that material.
Beautiful and weird!
Your artwork is incredibly amazing... keep the good work!
Words alone cannot express the awesomeness of this. As soon as I get this video camera up I'll do an interpretive dance.
this is so fantastic! went to the SCBWI NE event yesterday and sat with fellow illustrators: talked about your awesomeness for a bit.
I'm so jealous!!!It's amazing!!!
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