Figure Drawing II
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I'm still trying to figure out the best way to present these drawings. The link above will take you to a page containing all the drawings from the night: the good, bad, and ugly. It might be interesting to see the progression through the night, to get a feeling of time and space, rather than just see drawings float in random order. And Happy Holidays!
Among the Dolls
> graphite on bond, 5.5 x 8.5"
> blue pencil, graphite, and acrylic on 300lb. Arches WC paper, 11 x 15"
> Photoshop, 5.7 x 8" @ 600 dpi__________________________
Among the Dolls, cover for TOR books
I just found out from the art director at TOR books that this cover was accepted into the upcoming Society of Illustrators annual. The book was about a young girl who mistreats her toys but awakes one day to find herself trapped in her dollhouse. Scary dolls always recall Hans Bellmer's work -- he owns that subject, just as Joseph Cornell owns assemblage boxes and Henry Darger owns creepy little girls. And by "owned," I mean "pwnd" if one tries to depict creepy dolls and little girls in the shadow of their work.