father lucifer by kenmeyerjr

father lucifer

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Added: Jan 12, 2004
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This is the newest piece for the next Tori Amos/RAINN calendar...and possibly the longest painting process for anything in recent memory.

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Guest's picture

wow, it's bautiful Laughing out loud

(and the girl looks like me, LOL XD)

kenmeyerjr's picture

Thanks Cecily very much...I upload stuff on my website every couple of days, so check there too.

Guest's picture

This is beautiful! I also love Tattoo and Freckles! But, I guess I love portraits. Your gothic, stark style my scare off some. I always check out your gallery when I have the time. Great illustrations.

kenmeyerjr's picture

well, christine, there is still a few weeks before the deadline for the contest for this year's calendar, you know!

griffingirl's picture

Uber-cool! I hadn't been to your gallery in a while, and I'm always pleased by the new goodies I find here. Maybe next year I'll shoot for the calender...or Spectrum....or ANYTHING. Aw, crap, I smell a belated New Year's Resolution....*grumps*

kenmeyerjr's picture

well, doog, I really appreciate it...all that time must have paid off!

doog's picture

Where have I seen this one before ? Wink
Beautiful Ken ! I think I'll tell you again how much I like the leaves, and the hand and of course Tori. Good job.

kyrn's picture

Wow, you're leaves are amazing! I can imagine that must have taken forever, and it's worth it.

kenmeyerjr's picture

Boy, one day I hope to get an editor's pick...tho I am stymied as to what I am gonna have to do....

thanks, Jennifer, very much. I would say it took a total of about 20 hours or so, spread out over a couple days.

jlwilliamson's picture

Really? How long did it take? I love the blue and purple shadows in the ivy and the red reflections on some of the leaves from the glowing red eyes. A pretty (then gradually) subtly disturbing painting - just like her music.

Art at its best.