Thursday, September 10, 2009

Strong *IF


Strength of Character.
This piece is much darker in color and in mood from most of my work. I was trying something different, perhaps because the Halloween is around the corner. A lot of stuff out there for kids is more edgy so I thought I’d try something that didn’t feel like Disney. It’s probably not a strong piece and feels more like an underpainting, but sometimes I like the unfinished look.
Hope you like it.

My new website is up! I was able to keep the rollover feature (I hope that's working for everyone.) I’ll be adding more to my Digital Portfolio soon so come back and visit.

Enjoy and don’t worry about that long-eared woodland critter. I’m pretty sure he can’t hop over your fire wall.

7 comments:

sara b. said...

I actually really enjoy this piece. I'm a big Disney fan and love how you've taken it and revamped the look. Really, the mood is still there for me, because it is about character. Beautiful craftsmanship and technique. :)

bagalagalaga said...

dreamy

Marilyn said...

I really like it. The "unfinishedness" (way more finished than anything I do) adds to the mood.

Roberta said...

I like this rendition of the classic... your work is wonderful Anne.

thedoodlegirl said...

ooooh, this looks really, really cool! Love the beautiful dark, foreboding hues.

Loni Edwards said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! Very inspirational to me! Thank you!

ArtSparker said...

Like Pinocchio as a homeless guy.