Friday, August 21, 2009

Lost Boys#3/Caution

Max should have a "Caution" sign on his gate - his dog Thorn is a little over-zealous. Did he chase Lucy from the house because he ate some bad kibble, or is he a Hound of Hell?

Shot on the lovely filbert Street steps.

26 comments:

Rick said...

Nice 3-D effect with the dog!

Jakob Werth said...

Hahaha…

very good!!!

mum said...

that is one toothy dog. Nice movement.

Caio Fernandes said...

exellent post .
one of the bests ever .

Connie said...

Love the contrast between the drawn and the real.

Kay said...

perhaps it is a game? look at her fly!!! hehehe very cute

moaromigboyles said...

I have been catching up with your posts...it just gets better and better and more fun.
You have great talent and wonderful imagination.

Totalfeckineejit said...

This is brilliant1 love the dog half way through the gate, the movement conveyed in the static girl figure andthe lovely shadow of the gate itself.So that's what sunshine looks like! Hope your having a better day now! :)

aleph said...

The two images have such a "motion power" . I almost heard the dog barking & jumped in my chair!!! Great!

Titus said...

Ditto with Rick: dog fabulous.

Jasmine said...

Your definitely helping me to smile right now :) This series has so much happy nostalgia. Your post captures the comical nature of the film I love so much x

Ginga Squid said...

This is a great one - like the different textures you are getting with your pencil strokes.

Coffee Messiah said...

I may just have to look into this film........

Ahhh yes, Filbert ST ; )

Amy C said...

so very very fantastic, I love the dog and her flowing skirt

rosedale's 4head said...

i'm completely dumbfounded...i really don't believe this set...no words...i can't find a word...i'm speechless...

subtorp77 said...

Down boy! Yikes! The 3-D effect is pretty neat and I can understand Lucy's reaction...!

yvette said...

a naughty dog!
ot...your friends are happy with you leanig on them from time to time...
hug
yvette

lettuce said...

great.

but a good question. i must watch it again...

Ande said...

I love this one. : ) It’s comical and really serious at the same time. One beautiful feature with your art is your ability to raise the spirit while at the same time having a cleaning effect on it. Its not often I encounter art with this double effect.

jude said...

love the action element....

Celeste Maia said...

I have had a houseful of friends and have not had much time for blogging, so I am sorry to have missed so many of your always great entries. Will be reading the ones I missed now.
They all looks great!

Inky said...

love how you froze Lucy in the air, 3-d awesome. Wish you were around when I had my children.. SMILES

ArtSparker said...

Wow, I am glad people like this one so much. It was one of the easiest, where the paper met the real world in a very easy fashion.

Ande , I'm going to try to live up to that description.

Jing Jing Tsong said...

gorgeous and unexpected!

INDIGENE said...

I thought at first, this is scary, but then for some reason, that dog just made me laugh and laugh! Of course, I would do this from afar, very afar! Great illustration!

Shirley said...

SO clever!! I just think this is one of the most original posts this week...really great!