Tuesday, March 27, 2007


Pencil. 2002. Copyright Dreamworks.


Anonymous said...

This serie of works really brings a mood out of me, each morning. I can even picture the rythm of the shoots, from your images. Inspiring work, in many ways.

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Thank you Laurent,
To elicit moods and contribute to other people inspiration are the best rewards I can hope for...Although, to be honest, making a decent living out of it was the primary reason for most of those images to be created in the first place.

Anonymous said...

Luc, I am perfectly aware of the "decent money" factor you have in doing most of these production paintings...who's not? My fanboyish point was that I'm really enjoying the ( rich ) economy of your visuals answers and really tight rendering of light, no matter what medium you're using.
voila! laurent

Doron Meir said...

You have a wonderful Blog, thanks for sharing your art!

I love the whiteness of the whale, the feeling of soft mass it gives, and the whole quiet atmosphere of the drawing. Beautiful.


Mark Reep said...

Well, this has immediately become my new favorite of the series :) Great composition, light, use of contrast. Strong, simple, moody- Wonderful piece.

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Hi Laurent,
It is also immensely gratifying to me to see all these images given a second life after years of obscurity in various archives and I am really grateful for the all positive responses. Merci encore pour ton enthousiasme.
Hi Doron,
You're welcome and thank you for your comment.
Thank you Mark,
This one concluded the serie. I kept it for last because it is my favorite too.