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A little different today [Apr. 26th, 2008|05:06 pm]
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You may have already seen these on my site recently, but I thought I'd post them here anyway.  These were small watercolors done for Fashion illustration.  The assignment was to redesign the three face cards (King, Queen, and Jack) however you wanted.  I chose to have them as bums.  Really tried to push the attitude and props of each individual character.  These were super fun to do.

The King


The Queen


The Jack
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[User Picture]From: boechtaap
2008-04-26 09:29 pm (UTC)

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their faces are amazing
[User Picture]From: lordrust
2008-04-26 10:38 pm (UTC)

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simply amazing
[User Picture]From: ultrakurtzwelle
2008-04-26 10:43 pm (UTC)

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You manage to make watercolor so creamy looking, i'm blown away. Great characters, i'm afraid i'm going to look like the queen in a couple of months.
[User Picture]From: you_kept_me
2008-04-27 03:19 pm (UTC)

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hahah let's hope that doesn't happen.
From: chingwa
2008-04-27 02:19 am (UTC)

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These have an almost sculptural aspect to them... very nicely done. I wish the Jack had some sort of specific personality though... apart from the king and queen. I love their eyes, especially on the queen!
[User Picture]From: you_kept_me
2008-04-27 03:08 pm (UTC)

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thanks man :)
with the jack, I was basically going for a sort of fledgling bum. someone who's completely new to that world, possibly a failed business man, and is still clutching on to the last remnants of his old life, whereas the king character is completely content with where he is.
[User Picture]From: gubia
2008-04-27 02:46 am (UTC)

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gravity present


[User Picture]From: xplodie
2008-04-27 02:52 pm (UTC)

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I agree with all that was said and then some. Do you thicken up your water colors with some other medium? I really do like how solid the imagery is.
[User Picture]From: you_kept_me
2008-04-27 03:10 pm (UTC)

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Thanks :)
I just mix them with water. if you use the tubes, you can get pretty dark deep colors with less water.
[User Picture]From: you_kept_me
2008-04-27 03:14 pm (UTC)

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the most exciting part for me is actually going back into the pale, washy colors, and bringing out the darks in the creases, nostrils, in between the fingers, etc. it really gives it another dimension. it's also the funnest part.
[User Picture]From: srahsmithikins
2008-04-28 06:08 pm (UTC)

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AMAZING!!!!!!!!!
[User Picture]From: derbyartist
2008-06-17 03:39 am (UTC)

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BEAUTIFUL!

I am really blown away by how spectacular these three are!