Thursday, May 31, 2007

Mesa.


Gouache on Board. Copyright Dreamworks.

8 comments:

laurent b. said...

Luc, je me suis surpris a reouvrir les quelques blueb que j'ai encore chez moi, La mine de l'allemand perdu, etc...Tu dois y etre pour quelquechose, donc merci! Je ne connaissais pas Mc Carthy, merci aussi pour lui.

Keunemeun said...

Hi Luc, what an amazing talent you are! I've been checking your blog non stop the last half hour. Talk about one hell of a portfolio! I first noticed your wonderfull work in a book about Corpse Bride. But I didn't know you had a Blog, untill now! This is trully fantastic!

I'm not a painter but since you work in animation, maybe you're interrested in my blog
http://keunemeun.blogspot.com/

Keep posting those masterpieces!

Michael said...

Beautiful, of course.

It makes me thirsty to look at it, Luc.

(Opens bottle of beer beneath desk)

:)



Cheers!

alberto mielgo said...

your art is beautifull and your technique is impecable. i would love to speak with you for some hours.

Luc Desmarchelier said...

He Laurent,
Rien de tel qu'un petit retour aux sources de temps en temps.

Thanks Koen,
I'm glad you enjoyed the visit.

Hey Michael,
More dusty landscapes coming up, keep your stash well stocked.

Alberto,
That kind of compliments is high praises indeed coming from somebody with your talent and astounding technical ability. Personally, I don't think I can hold a candle to you. Hopefully, some day, we shall meet and talk... and drink.

Cheers.

My Sketch Book said...

nice work..
i m tryin to learn paintin.. so need ur tips..
u can check out some of my work at my blog n give me some suggestions

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Hi there,
Practice makes perfect.
Good luck.
Cheers.

Baklazhan said...

Wow. Amazing work! Lovely and poetic. Reminds me a bit of Arkhip Kuniji.