Monday, March 16, 2009

Klimt theme at the Drawing club long session.

I bought all these scrap booking paper thinking I was going to do something with 'em. Well, the Drawing Club had a long session (for painting) this past Sunday and the theme was Klimt...so I decided to break it out. This is basically cut paper, colored pencil, and a glue stick.



13 comments:

Dorota said...

Beautiful Rich!!!!

Larry said...

Awesome, bro. If it's not on your blog, I don't think I could tell it was from you. Very nice.

Whitney Pollett said...

DAAAANG!!! These are so so amazing Rich!!!

olga m said...

Wow, this is great. I like the top image better, I mean it looks better as a composition.
I would like to see it in person.

Stacey Aoyama said...

Nice Mr. Tuzon!! I also really like those Japanese print-inspired SF sketches. It's great how you experiment and change up your medium.

Keep up the "bossing around" Whitney!

Jeff Harter said...

hey, these are really great. Love the atmospheric backgrounds and the disappearing sections of body..

Ry's Photo Blog said...

Cool! Somethin' a little different, eh? I love many things about this piece Rich. Great color, texture, composition....and the subtle table details are nice. Well done.

Vince M said...

Amazing.

richtuzon said...

thanks guys. Olga, I agree with you.

Kelvin said...

you are amazing.....really like the postings lately......also sketchbook work kick a$@# too.....

Craig Mackay said...

Whoa! Seriously, Rich...Whoah! I love the direction you took with this. Really nice treatment all around. I'd love to see more like this.

Art Fan Ako said...

My kind of art! Cool!

tunaf1sh said...

i love this! so inspiring...
it was very nice to meet you too! and thanks for stopping by :)