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Thursday, March 31, 2011

commissioner gordon


I'm always a little hesitant to take on commissions these days, it feels like a gamble half the time. In some cases the direction can be so heavy handed that it really feels like labor. This was not one of those cases. The level of trust and freedom was great; given enough guidelines that I could build a nice box to work in and out of, and I was allotted the chance to pay homage to my favourite brotherhood, the Pre-Raphealites.

reluctant bride #002
graphite on BFK Rives, 20"x21"



I tried to consistently document the process of the piece, you can see some areas where I get caught up in a certain nuance and ultimately have to scrap it to make the image work as a whole.


I'm working on a few more of these dream projects right now. I can't wait to share them with you.

5 comments:

Scott Brundage said...

God. Damn.

Tin Salamunic said...

this is..marvelous!!!

Raul Allen said...

Ultra sweet!

Chris Whetzel said...

WOW, Nimit! Its really impressive how you draw so well at such a large scale. I have to ask is this all graphite?

Victo Ngai said...

I know I have ask this before but why are you so good Nimit??