9.8.06

Face Hunter - The End




Eu preciso parar de desenhar essas caras do Face Hunter. Sério, fiquei viciada. É tão relaxante que eu poderia ficar desenhando-as por horas e não me cansaria ou ficaria entediada. E também é um excelente exercício: meus homens (ooops!) os homens que estou desenhando hoje em dia não mais se parecem com drag queens desmontadas. Estou orgulhosa de ter conseguido isso. Agora só me falta superar o meu preconceito de achar que crianças não são um bom tema e começar a desenhá-las. Bem... acho que isso já é pedir um pouco demais!

I have to stop drawings those faces from Face Hunter. Seriously, it has become an addiction to me! It is so relaxing that I could do it for hours and never get tired or bored. And it is also an excellente exercise: my men (ooops!) the men I am drawing nowadays are not looking like unmounted drag queens anymore. I am proud of my accomplishment. Now I just have to let go my prejudice about children not being a good subject and start drawing kids. Well... maybe that's a lot to ask for now.

9 comentários:

>>>ELi>>> disse...

Casseta Fernanda, vc está desenhando muito! Beijos

Ali la Loca disse...

Estou admirada com o seu trabalho! Sério, sempre venho aqui para conferir as novidades, mas tô adorando o que vc tem feito com o Face Hunter. Parabéns.

trophiogrande disse...

wow, great linewrok and portaits!

suzi b disse...

Hi. I am a friend of Willie's. I think your drawings are so interesting and pleasing to the eye. If you ever want to start drawing children, I'd love for you to draw mine.

Maria Eugenia disse...

estao barbaros! Acho seus homens ótimos!

susan disse...

your men the men whatever, they are terrific!!! yes, try children. why not? get out of your comfort zone... you are great!

Lori Witzel disse...

Wow -- these have so much male beauty and character!

They also remind me of an illustrator from the 60's a bit...dang, I can't recall his name, Jim somebody who did wildly distored, emotionally rich stipple pen and ink sketches of beautiful women. His work ran in the magazine U&lc for a while.

Anyway, thanks for sharing these, and for tickling my faulty memory as well.

Anthony Woodward disse...

You have a great way of caputring the characters but also imprinting them with your own style, not an easy thing to do. Have you considered going a step further and colouring them digitally as a series of prints?

paula disse...

I really like these! A very cool excercise indeed!