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Friday, November 02, 2007

Egon Schiele




Egon Schiele is one of my fave artists. So it's no wonder that he is a source of inspiration. For finding new conceptions on designing characters, for instance.

8 comments:

  1. Oh wow, this is really great! I do this type of thing a lot myself... where you take a character from a painting and do your own thing with it. It's great to see that you've been doing this as well! Makes me want to continue to explore the concept.

    I also wanted to thank you for commenting on my silhouettes a while back. I was floored to see a comment from you on my work!

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  2. its great - i love schiele too, especially for his comic like style he sometimes used, the strong outlines and the absurd body forms of his figures.... good work
    anna-maria

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  3. Ha Ha!!

    Great picture and and great artist to be inspired by.

    In the words of Wyle E Coyote, " Genius. Shear genius."

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  4. Cat, Anna-Maria, Mark! :) THANK YOU!

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  5. Nice variation. I think the tail adds the extra special something.

    (Ich ungebildeter Kerl hab mir gleich mal zwei Bücher über den Egon aus der Bibliothek geholt ...)

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  6. Great,... Egon is one of my favourites.. and your personal vision is awesome!

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  7. Great picture !!!!!!!!!!
    Egon is one of my favourites .... :):):)
    gREETINGS !!!

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