Father and Son by kenmeyerjr

Father and Son

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Added: Mar 12, 2003
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Another early White Wolf piece, but an idiosynchratic one...not too many rasta vampires out there!

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kenmeyerjr's picture

hey, thanks, rochelle..that was one of my more detailed pieces, and it worked out pretty good.

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This is awesome! Just my sort of thing...That horned skull is inspiring me.

kenmeyerjr's picture

thanks very much! When I go thru the daily additions to this site, I sometimes feel unworthy, to be honest!
This one was one my earlier pieces, and it really worked mainly because of the models (actually a real father and son), and the wacky additions of mine (the staff, the masks)...and possibly the strange idea of the child reaching into his baggie of blood.

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A whitewolf artist *already liking you*... then I hafve to storm your galary *smilez*...

This one is great, b/c of the atmospheare + your magnificent work in watercolor.
I like this one very much. I'ld too much like to know the story Wink

Gab

kenmeyerjr's picture

Thanks Cameron and Chad...yeah, this is one of my favorites, partially because the subject matter is so wacky...the boy was actually his son...unfortunately (or fortunately), they didn't have a ton of skulls laying around, so I had to cover that part on my own.

meshenka's picture

Ahhh, I remember this! Jog my memory, is it the 2nd Ed Storytellers handbook that it's from? I just can't place my fingure on it. Have always liked this one, the kid adds extra freakyness to it Smile

luthien's picture

I recognized this and "To Survive" from Spectrum. Welcome to Epilogue!

kenmeyerjr's picture

Hey, my first comment...you, Danny Staten win......my undying gratitude! Thanks a heap!

aragorn's picture

Okay, the more of your gallery I see, the more amazed I am at the mastery you have with watercolor. Consider me extremely impressed.

Art at its best.