Pandora was modelled by Epilogue Artist Elisa Crellin
Thanks, Marley! well, the thing is I like using real flesh and blood people, sort of helps with the inspiration element of the work, plus if it's depicting someone who I'm familiar with then I tend to try and put just that little bit more into it to hopefully delight them!
Thanks, Bill! heh heh, wait'll you see what I've got lined up for our collab!
Hiya, Vicki, thanks for the nice words!
Hi Rita, be seeing you here soon! and thank you!
Thank you, Varian! yeah, I agree, she is a terrific model ain't she!
Thank you, Scott! I'm glad I went for the red, at first it was going to be a marbled bench, but I think the image would have lost quite a bit of it's dark mood!
Ha, thank you very much, Elisa, for being the lovely inspiration for this one!
Wow James! That is really cool! What a great expression,really beautiful stuff my friend!!
james another brilliant piece, whatever gave you the inspiration for doing epilogue artists in the first place?, i know i've said it before, but it's paying dividends with your skill level. Another fine piece.
More good work James!! you're turning into a one man production line! (LOL!)
Oh wow-this is stunning!And a little scary at the same time!
Oh James -- this blowes me just away. It is amazing how you handle the colored pencils! Never stop painting!!!
Your master plan is clearly working, so whatever it is you're doing, keep doing it! This is a stunning image, the color and textures so tangible, the hair is totally awesome. Excellent model, too.
Another fine drawing James, very nice work. I really like that bright red foreground against the cool skin tones. Nice overall detail as well.
Omg.I love it. your work in colored pencil is so amazing. Oh thank you James~Thank you!~hugs~
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