Monday, July 26, 2010

The Old Man and the Sea *alternate ending*

From the below drawing which may or may not have been produced in a long meeting. Finally a little color around here.

It's been a while since I read the book so it may not be entirely accurate.

15 comments:

Jared Wortley said...

That is freakin cool! Did you do that in photoshop or painter?

Mary Bullock said...

Love it!

David said...

This may or may not be very cool!
Love it actually :D

Sadami said...

Dear David,
Cool work and I admire your sense of humor!
Cheers,
Sadami

David Malan said...

Thanks guys,
It was done in Painter

Parya said...

this is really good... the whole atmosphere is caught so well with these colors. and he looks really funny :D

SEILER said...

Awesome man!

Tom said...

i like how his pipe smoke fades into the fog.

Joe Hox said...

What?! I was surprised to see you also did a variation on "The Old Man and the Sea." Check out my own interpretation at http://joehox.blogspot.com/
Excellent work!!!

Frasier Olivier said...

great

Sam Nielson said...

Turned out great!

Jordan Lamarre-Wan said...

awesome!

Joe said...

wow! Nice one!

Ellie said...

I love the shape of the head - it gives the character such a nautical feeling...like it's the shape of the front of a boat. Did you do that on purpose? Where did the inspiration for the shape of the head come from? LOVE it.

Gio M. said...

wow..Ithought it was acrylic for a second..great juuust great..