Friday, February 16, 2007

Marsh.


Acrylic sketch on canvas pad. 1996. Copyright Dreamworks.

6 comments:

marcobucci said...

Just found your blog! Really inspiring stuff. You sure know how to get a mood out of your images! I love this one.

doonboy said...

great sense of depth. It's cool that you are using those canvas pads, lots of folks look down on them but I think they are a great surface...especially for acrylic paint.

Frasier Olivier said...

great work...I love the composition and the colors..
O.F.

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Thank you all.
Doonboy, I agree, those canvas pads are really cool for acrylic work.
Cheers.

Mark McDonnell said...

This actually is probably one of my favorites so far. Great simple shape language and nice framing FG and the opening behind the trees to silo the shack. Awesome man,

MAC

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Thank you Mac,
This was the result of a good warm up sketch (the 'Swamp' entry) and a plate of several studies for the hut (from which I selected the best silhouette), coming together nicely in this desaturated key.
I'm with you there, this is one of my personal favorites on that show.