Wednesday, December 20, 2006

S-p-a-c-e-d Out

9 comments:

Kimberly M. Zamlich said...

I love his expression. Is he frustrated?

Oh-I also love the smoke floating around Dwight in the caricature and your "nothing big ever happens in this town" underneath Dwight.

Vince M said...

You're the best, Kim. you don't miss a thing.

Merry Christmas to You, Greg and Sienna.

I was hoping you would visit us at DCP during the holidays. Why don't you stop by next week?

Call me, or e-mail your phone #, so we can chat.

Vince M said...

Oh, sorry Kim, I "spaced out" and didn't answer your question...

Yes, he's frustrated and oxygen-deprived!

richtuzon said...

hey...there's the rascal. I wanna see the comic strip.

Kimberly M. Zamlich said...

Oh Vince...we are headed back to the Bay Area tomorrow. We will be back after the 2nd. I was at DCP briefly to talk to Dorota. She wants me to ink some princesses in Jan. Maybe we can get together when we get back. Happy Holidays!

I can't tell you how exciting it is to see new posts everytime I open your blog. I love your sense and knowlege of art history. Keep'm coming! And thanks for sharing!

Kimberly M. Zamlich said...

Yes, I often feel frustrated and oxygen-deprived. You have captured the feeling!

Ry's Photo Blog said...

Vin,
This is well executed. Great work! And of course, I love the texture on the pants.

Kimberly M. Zamlich said...

yeah...I had to do a double take on those pants too. I thought at first you pulled out an old sheet of letraset and stuck it on your drawing. I can't believe you penciled it in so perfectly. That would have drove me nuts!

Vince M said...

Thanks guys. I'm surprised at your collective focus on the "pants technique", all I did was inch a ruler along for a few minutes. I've always liked the look of Grafix/Duo Shade paper, but I don't like the finish of it, so I came up with this approach instead.