Tuesday, May 3, 2011

IF-Lesson




Everyday so many lessons to be learned, re-learned and some to be unlearned. 

7 comments:

Rumisu said...

love your illustration and also seeing your creative process :)

Alice Andreini said...

Your ideation is delightful as you line work and washes in the final.

I love the play on balance along the violet diagonal

It is a delightful piece. Plato might not approve but I know that Socrates would. "An honest man is always a child." By the way, Socrates (?) is pulling off quite the philosophical feat of staying modest whilst upside down.

Richard Ewing said...

yeah, but remember...
when the inverse opposite is paralleled, it is either direct or directly related to the additive inverse opposite as opposed to paralleling the counter inverse matrix.

no wait.
reverse that.
unless, of course it's opposite day.

the expressions are wonderful.






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Susan Charlotte said...

I like the technique you've chosen to pull together your final image, and especialy the way you've composed the characters to fit together within the space. Also, it's great to be able to view your many journal ideas.

Elizabeth Rose Stanton said...

I like the peek into your sketchbook. The final result=good "Lesson!"

MARDI SPETH said...

Very fun piece, Bill! I like your simple washes of color, playful lines, and quirky viewpoint.

Alicia Stucky said...

This was one of my favorites this week. I also love your lines and the soft colors. Great interpretation of the subject!