Monday, January 22, 2007

Full Moon 4

21 comments:

Frasier Olivier said...

Another great Picture!
Excellent.
O.F.

Rob Bursey said...

good story so far! but dark! :D

Tom said...

Wow, nice direction with the story, very interesting. Needless to say, great drawing too!

Roland Mechael said...

always a pleasure to see your work! great storytelling!

flipstudios said...

intersting twist. i'm curious to see where this goes. beautiful composition btw.

Kristina Bustamante said...

I like how the size of the moon heightens the drama in this picture. Reminds me of "A Cry in the Wild," when the protagonist discovers that the bear that he killed in self-defense was the mother of two cubs.

Jarrett said...

This is an excellent twist, Gabriele. Once again, powerful composition, but you already know that ;)

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Thanks guys,

rob bursey, tom, flipstudio - Actually this is supposed to be the end of the "Full Moon" series. Sorry.

kristina bustamante- I haven't seen that movie but I guess the idea is the same.

Alina Chau said...

Lovely and elegant. :)

Mr Scribbles said...

I love the twist Gabri! Great stuff.

LauraBraga said...

Hi Gabriele.....
Long time I didn't come to visit your blog.
Like always a lot of a great picture!!I really like your drawings!!

Laura:)

Jeremy Bernstein said...

One day Simba...this moon will all be yours. The circle of life is like the circle of the moon, and thus is the shape of my eyeball.

kenk said...

O_o Jeremy... get some rest please and no more sugar for you. lol Awesome series Gabri. Kind of an appetizer before the main course I hope.

Emma said...

Beautiful. I like how the moon seems almost to be a character in this story.

chris chua said...

your stories always captivate!! Great images so far, Gabri. Caio!!

Anonymous said...

I like the moon as background is quite charming,is the first time I see a horse won.

Andy Bayer said...

Ooooh, nooo!!!! Sob, sob, sob. Poor little cubs. Now the horse must nurture them and make them horse lions. WRAAR

L.E.Villanueva said...

I knew there was a story brewing somewhere in those panels. Guess narrative is in your bloodstream, and I am sure it's just a matter of time until the next story starts to unfold... and uh, shouldn't you start drawing in 2.35:1 aspect ratio?

=)

ciao maestro!

Jed said...

great narrative in just 4 drawings. I personally think it could have been told in 3. But still, amazing work!

G1toons said...

nice illo, great composition

sildenafil said...

The full moon always remembers me wolfmen I don't know why :S anyway I'm a photographer and i love to take pictures to the moon in all it's faces, I had a room with special squares that you put on the walls and roof on your room to form a landscape of the night sky, stars and the moon.
Thanks for sharing.