Sunday, February 11, 2007

Twins 3



20 comments:

clifford urban said...

An interestin pic! I am be anxious to see wherever this goes

greetz from bxl

bsleven said...

I really enjoy visiting, and checking out the amazing art that you post.

: )

Tom said...

I really like the design of these characters, I'd love to see them animated!

steve said...

Great drawings.You make it look so easy.

Meesimo said...

Ah, great pics! So crisp and clear, the negative space is, how do you say? ...Magnifique!
Cheers

Jarrett said...

I have no idea where this is going.. bah, now I have to wait -_-

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Thanks guys.

These last three drawings are just character studies and they are not part of a story.
I like to draw my characters in different poses and situations just to became familiar with them.
I'm sorry if somebody thought that this was the story already.

chris chua said...

wonderful poses. I love how dynamic this is!

Alina Chau said...

Cool design, love the little pattern in the BG.

Virignia said...

Beautiful Gabriele :) I cant wait the story you are working on

MIKE THOMAS said...

These guys look neat, any way to tell them apart?... some twins are devoted that way...

boutain... said...

you sure know how it works... got an amazing sens of movement in/and space... those two have such strong personalities, especially in this frame... keep'em rocking...

alberto mielgo said...

What a beautifull a funny poses.
They looks as if they are running in a dream.

Alex "Toon" Deligiannis said...

These twin sets are great! Very dynamic!

Andrew Shek said...

very nice...i always like how you use black to frame your characters

Nathan Fowkes said...

Love these. I'll have to peek in your office and say hi when I'm back in Glendale this summer.

Sandra Khoo said...

I've always loved your cartoon series. Wonder how this one is gonna turn out. Can't hardly wait to see more!
You have me glued to the screen. :B

Anthony Carpenter said...

These are really wonderful. Very Toth-like in their economy of line, eye-catching composition and expert use of blacks.

This is one of my favorite art blogs. You, sir, have a new fan. :)

Kevin Barber said...

Sheer geniuos !!

Kevin Barber said...

But i am not considering i spelled genius wrong. Anyway,..whichever way you spell it ,..i consider you one. Brilliant work.