Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Full Moon 3




13 comments:

Kristina Bustamante said...

Wow. And I thought the horse was doomed for a second there. Whew!

Joe Jusko said...

I love the use of the moon as the unifying element in this series. Very cool idea!

Peter said...

The horse wins! Pretty violent this time, Gabri ;-)

Mr Scribbles said...

Nice! HORSEPOWER!! Beautiful drawing Gabri.

Lauren said...

Ouch! Poor kitty.

David Colman said...

a lot of nice action w/in a clean drawing....and the compositional setup of the bodies really helps keep the eye in the picture plane.....well done man

Jarrett said...

Ooo, he took it hard. Well, this is one of those haunting moments. Awesome work, Gabriele.

Alina Chau said...

beautiful, love the mood!!

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Thanks guys.

kristina bustamante- Things can change but wait for the next and final drawing of the "full moon" series.

joe jusko- The idea of the moon is a kind of an accident. Actually this all series was not planned at all. I did the first drawing than I just wanna to do more horse-puma drawings and I end up with a little story/sequence.

peter- Well, actually I already did some "violent" drawings. Look, for example, at the young minotaur series.

lauren- Two drawings ago Jarret was saying the same... about the horse.

david colman- Thanks, composition is a very important ingredient to me.

Edouard said...

All what I saw on this blog is just... great. In fact my english isn't enough good to developp my thinking and tell you how much I am impressed !

martin wittig said...

Gabriel, What a great series! Full of action and beautiful poses! BRAVO:)))

Daniela said...

Hallo Gabriele,
nice stuff! I´ve got your blogg adress from peter popken!!
Greetings from Germany!
Daniela

Anonymous said...

I like to watch programm about animals, and normally the lions, the females look food for the little ones.. I think is a little unfair the horse won,but like you said is fantasy
Virginia