Saturday, 17 January 2009

Illustration Friday "Pale"

"No one understands me"

Probably an obvious choice, but when a word like "Pale" crops up, you can't really go past a Goth kid. So I didn't.

29 comments:

  1. I always get confused between Goths and Emos. Nice illustration Chris.

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  2. Brilliant. Just love the red hair streak and the shoe buckles-- such great details. Great character!

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  3. I wouldn't have either, I haven't done mine yet... but that was my thought too. I like his skinny arms.

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  4. reminds me of my 16 year old this is great! I had to laugh

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  5. Too funny! I had not actually thought of this angle! Nice work.

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  6. oh dear oh dear...what to give. a transfusion, a brighter palette of er, goth makeup, a lollipop? poor poor wan lil angsty urchin. he's brilliant, as always, chris. a perfectly pale person. (ewww. too many p's there.) and thanks so much for the visits! :))

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  7. hahah, nice. I know someone who looks just like that!

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  8. Wow- you took pale to a new level- he's really pale. Nice illo- cool character and nice loosie goosie background. I likey!

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  9. It may be obvious, but you've gotta admit, Goths are always fun to draw!

    (Love the skinny-jeans on this guy!)

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  10. Nice!
    Funny... that they start out with normal coloring and as they mature some of them grow very pale...strange creatures teenagers!

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  11. Wait, I've met that guy :)
    I like the red highlights and the gritty edges.
    Nice illo!

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  12. Great Chris! I definitely had an inclination to go goth, but I resisted - perhaps to my own peril :). Cheers buddy.

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  13. You nailed it. Great idea and a great illo. Why didn't I think of that??

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  14. This Dude lives just around the corner from me and he is such a fabulous artist!!! he he he he. Great illuo. You never disappoint! Great play with the word.

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  15. héhéhéhé very cool, nice idea!

    bino

    http://binoland.blogspot.com/

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  16. great concept, great art, are so great!!!!

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  17. Love it! Great use of color.

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  18. Hahaha! Genius...I love it!

    Francisco Martins
    www.subversivetales.blogspot.com
    www.subversivetales.com

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  19. Pale……and very interesting!
    Love the limited colour pallet, great stuff!

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