Look! The mutie apparently has a baby brother!
Ain't he a cutie...
I'm thinking about following in JBs footsteps and having a go at a classic painting on the parchment. Mona Lisa feels a bit done though...
Bruegel? Bosch? Goya?
Suggestions are more than welcome!
Why not a Blanche? ;) More seriously, an Albrecht Dürer seems appropriate, although you might want to colorize it.ReplyDelete
My own attempt at a Caravaggio was partly successful.
Dürer is definitely right up the right alley! Good call!Delete
And nice choice of Caravaggio - that medusa really fits the model. I've seen that one in real life but I don't remember where... The Prado in Madrid I think...
The scream by Munch would be awesome. :)ReplyDelete
True - although it's a wee bit over exposed... Hmmm...It would look good though.Delete
Hrm, yer right there. How about instead something by Titian?Delete
Brom or Giger, although I think Brom would be more appropriate for a mutie. Also, Brom's colour palatte would complement a Blanche theme extremely well.ReplyDelete
While I'm a big fan of both artists, I don't really consider any of those gentlemen classical. They're rather contemporary what with them being alive and all... I'm thinking renaissance here. Or earlier. Possibly baroqueDelete
How about Vallejo? That was a wild card I admit, but think about it... His stuff would give pretty strong contrast to the overall feeling of these guys, just like the classic art did on Orc banners in the 80's.ReplyDelete
If you feel like toying around, maybe Miller would go too?
You are one sick puppy aren't you...
Which Vallejo were you thinking about? This one?
Hehe, indeed I am ;)Delete
If it'd be Vallejo, there should definitely be some some curvy arse... or sweaty barbarian in stereoids!
If I´m taking the kitsch route (and I stress "if"...) why not go all the way and do a homage to Saddam Husseins favourite artist Rowena Morrill?Delete
Just dropped a post in your ammobunker thread, but Ill repeat the essence here.
I think you should go with a Caravaggio, he really made some nice and dark paintings, brimming with the right Inq28 spirit and feeling.
Or perhaps one of Murillo's crucifiction pieces.
Hmmm. Caravaggio is perhaps a bit too slick for this guy... His stuff would perhaps fit a Space Marine better?Delete
I see your point..ReplyDelete
How about Benjamin West ? he made a couple of nice gothic religious paintings.
'Saul and the Witch of Endor' would be especially nice I think, considering the model..
Thanks for the tip good sir, I'll have a look see!Delete
Your welcome mate :)ReplyDelete
Always a pleasure to look in on your blog :)