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05-23-2001, 05:36 AM
here is an abstracted version of a gigantic sculpture of an airplane. i drew this outside the indianapolis museum of art. i wish i could have made this image bigger because there is so much intricate detail going on in the charcoal lines. but there is a size limit on these forums so i guess this will have to do.
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[This message has been edited by Cabal (edited May 23, 2001).]
You can always post some detail shots, Cabal. Just zoom in on some areas and let us have a look-see http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif
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05-23-2001, 06:58 AM
Way cool http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif
yep crop off a small bit and show us the detail. I see the Bosch influence here.
05-23-2001, 01:51 PM
very mental, lots of fun.
05-23-2001, 03:09 PM
very well done in all respects.
reminds me of Evil Dr. Seuss Airlines
I'm enjoying the ride.
09-08-2001, 08:17 AM
what is it that makes this look dr suess?
09-08-2001, 07:29 PM
Definitely Bosch-Seuss: Bosch content and structure; Seuss figures. But entirely unique in its own way. And entirely way cool.
09-08-2001, 07:49 PM
Don't sweat the Seuss reference. It wasn't meant with ill intent. The quirkiness would be the similarity, not suggesting that it wasn't original. Hope I didn't pop your bubble, ground your aircraft, whatever. It's a good piece, I like it very much.
09-09-2001, 03:51 AM
Oh no! Quite the opposite! I find it a compliment to be compared to Suess! Actually apart from the fact that i would love to be an original artist i don't think i'll ever escape the influence artists like Dr Suess and Hieronymus Bosch have on me. It's over powering and i must follow in kind. My visions are forced constructions full of wild landscapes with infinite intricate abominations, mechanical deviations and monstrous elaborations.
also let me clarify the reason i was asking what it was that connected my work with suess was that i was trying to see from another person's perspective the similarities between the drawing and the suess style.
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