The pit is incredible!Nice work.
You've finally delved into the beauty of heavy shadow, Paul, excellent. That fork is as real as anything I've seen. Great expansion on your talents.
+JMJ+ I was going to begin, "There's something different about this one . . ." (For there is!)The apple and the nut totally pop! And the paper really looks like paper! And the fork's shadow is great! =DAs for the fork itself . . . Forgive me, but does it have an extra tine that doesn't show up in the shadow?
+JMJ+ PS--I guess that "nut" was really a pit! =P
Thanks Bryan, Christopher and Enbrethiliel for your kind words.Bryan, you want to buy? (kidding)Christopher, the delving certainly feels right and good! You know, I realized later on that I had not actually done the shadows of the apple heavy enough, and consequently looks like it's levitating a little but still grounded. I like it that way though. It makes me think of a soul.Enbrethiliel, I could just...you...arghhh!!! When I was drawing the fork (which in real life has four tines and not five) I found myself in the difficult place of having a big gap in the middle, having not mapped it out at all. I started with one tine on either end, then put in the other two, and there was the gap. "So", I said to myself, "Put in another tine; it's the drawing that matters and which has its own life, and besides, no one's going to pick up on there being an extra tine."And I had an even trickier time getting in the extra shadow. It looks like there are only four, but there is indeed five. It makes itself invisible.
+JMJ+ If it makes you feel any better, it was the life of the fork that made me stare at it so! =P
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