Monday, October 31, 2005

Broken




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Blogger miss sam duffy said...

fabulous! i love your colours

5:55 pm  
Blogger carla said...

Fragmented! Love the blocks of colors and the fragmented pieces in his little word bubble. Very nice:>

6:05 pm  
Blogger Caroline said...

This looks like one of those IQ tests - which shape completes the sequence... or is that me being sad and broken...

Great colours!

6:18 pm  
Blogger The Unknown said...

Very cool! Colorful and fun. Great job.
love

8:57 pm  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Very Nouveau ... this makes me think about the 'steps' we are forced to climb to be perceived as 'normal'! In which case he isn't 'broken' at all!!!!

2:27 am  
Blogger Catnapping said...

i. love. these. colours! very bold and rich. all good. all very good.

3:46 am  
Blogger johnnynorms said...

a big thankyou to the last 6 commenters - I'm touched that the colour aspect went down so well, as my stronger point is black & white - just wish I could paint the colours in the real world, not only on Photoshop!

I like the word bubble - the fragments are samples from paintings stretching from impressionism to pop art (or thereabouts), but mostly too fragmentified to recognise.

I hadn't thought of IQ test Caroline, but as it happens, I was quite good at those shape sequences - that never seemed to come in handy for anything in life...until now!!

interesting, anonymous - I like your thought on it. It's open to interpretation, as I drew it spontaneously and haven't settled on one yet...

nb. does anyone think he looks a bit like a grown-up Charlie Brown?

9:30 am  
Blogger Carolyn said...

ooo! I totally LOVE your style!

4:43 am  
Blogger JacqueLynn said...

way cool, the stair hair is the best

2:26 pm  
Blogger Dave Love said...

I have to say I concur. Use colour more often JN, you use it well!

D x

4:13 pm  

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