Tuesday, 5 March 2013

IF Talent



                                                                 
                                                                Size: 18 x 12 cms
                                                                Media: Mixed
                                                                Pens: Rotring Artpen

27 comments:

  1. Eeeeewwww. Hahahahaha! I think every kid has been through this. Perhaps Gerard is just young at heart. :)

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  2. Ohhhhhhh noooooo...I'm feeling very very dizzy!! I love Gerard...he always makes me laugh at always the most ridiculous things!!

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    1. He's one of life's funny fat people.

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  3. this is great! I dare to say is is even more than great!

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    1. BTW, I can't agree with you on paper and ink issue.... it looks good in the complete darkness, but if you can compare it side by side with good one, that it is quite obvious...
      my experience.

      wishing good day. mr.aij :)

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    2. Well I like to just say things for effect sometimes!

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  4. Hahaha! That is seriously ewwww. I imagine your glee as you thought it up, then carefully added those flecks of orange to the yellow, like a splatter painting. Please tell Gerard this is no way to weight loss, if that is part of his aim. Speaking of which, his aim needs work. :D

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    1. hahaha...I was rather gleeful at that discovery..have you got a camera in my top design studio?

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  5. I think Gerard has been taking ballet lessons at some point, he is very talented!

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  6. In terms of movement, and progression of the upchuck action this is handled VERY well. I like the thought put into the pacing of the barf: speckles on the left to the splatter on the right. I see a lot of people missing this kind of detail.
    takes some artistic talent.

    ...but the real talent is Gerard, who while in pirouette still manages to rather neatly land his vomit in the tidy little bucket there.
    all I can say is ..wow.

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    1. (the rhythm of the body lines are well done also)

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    2. Thanks, I work hard to make a mess Richard.

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  7. Talent is such a difficult word to illustrate. I came here to see your take on it. Aaargh! I'm outta here.

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    1. Not into flying puke hey?...strange.

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  8. And YOUR talent, Rod, is effectively rendering vomit in motion! Wow! I instantly felt both dizzy & sick! Isn't that what art is supposed to do? Make the viewer feel something? ;) LOVE it!!!!!!

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    1. Thanks Cinders,I have hidden talents too.

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  9. cool idea excellently rendered :-)

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  10. This one made me laugh out loud as soon as I opened your blog and before I enlarged it. So funny that I even took the time to spell out 'laugh out loud'. There, I did it again.

    This would make a cool GIF. Or maybe it would be too nauseating to watch.

    Good one, Rodney! Can I call you that? I feel we are friends.

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    1. Thanks Edward. A GIF would be hard to do well..I may try one day.I
      don't mind the name Rodney at all.My Mum would be disappointed as she gave me Roderick....we are friends!

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  11. you (and Gerard) make me smile again :-))

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  12. Haha, Eew I bet Gerard is proud of his talent!

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  13. Absolutely fantastic!!!
    Maaaan, look at those chunks FLY!!!!!!!!! Wish I could spin (and vomit) like this! :O

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  14. How perfectly logical. I like your spin on the topic.

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Thanks Guys!!