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This is so wonderful. I love seeing how you built up the stone bricks on the lower half: hewn-shape, texture and colour, and then shadow. And it took me a second to see the pig. Is it for a book? The space on the bottom seems to leave room for a title. It also makes the whole thing precarious and top-heavy in a fitting way.
THIS one is totally amazing. I absolutely love this one. Thanks for sharing the process also. Its as always, its greatly appreciated.
This is marvelous! Your creativity and execution always blow me away. Extra points for that delightful pig snout shield and pince-nez holder. Thanks for sharing your artwork with us.
Love the pig!
Wonderful! And so many details! Thank you.bye peet
Bill, this is an excellent, thought provoking, beautifully rendered and fortunately not straight-forward representation of the known idea!!
very nice, Bill. one of my favorites!
Glendon-Thank you. No this is not for a book. I am just a top heavy precarious guy. Because My work often works in a sort of flat on, staged way I like to play with precarious design. And texture and surface are my drugs.Rick- Thanks and your welcome.(OvO)- Thank you and I couldn't resist that shield.Tzong-Tyng-And the pig loves you right back.Peet-Thank you and good to hear from you.Petar-Thanks for stopping by and for your kind words.Kyle-Thanks. This buys you brownie points.
I like the writhing black nameless horror at the bottom of the pit...a narly death for one of the knights!Very cool, as always!
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