beautiful! nice how you made the hair and beard. he could be lost and nowhere to go because of the destruction.....
Cory, your drawings kick my butt.IT STINKS AND I HATE IT!
Great illustration! I like a lot the expressiveness of the face and your use of the gray shades.
I like the rough, crackl-y-ness of the buildings.What's the text box looking thing in the sky for?
he looks a little lost to me.Just love your sketches and watercolors.I will definately keep an eye out on your blog.wonderful work here.
I love it... he actually looks lonely...good weekend!www.caracarmina.blogspot.com
Love the illustration!!
This is a great image, love the multiple lines around his face and hair. He is lost in mind and spirit :)
the way the story goes, he brought about the destruction of his own city. which is pretty lost.and the text box is just a rough reference for me to keep in mind that text has got to go somewhere.
Good lord, you are talented. His face is really compelling, and I also like how the ruined buildings are sort of curving away, like they are pulling back from him.
I'm so glad I clicked to enlarge... great line variation! And it does make me curious about what story would go with it.
Love this kind of Santa-lost!Great render on all the hair stuff. And great value and depth too in the little illo.Very good work!
nothing left to say except "wow." such a talent.
Hey, I'll say "wow" again, O.K.? How about 2 "wows". Much better than one!no seriously- very cool and lively drawing.
I like your draw so so much realy a lot Background and character wow a lot :Dciao
very good, reminds me of the war illustrations of Giles..
I love the treatment of the face. He looks like he could tell quite a story. Very well done.
This is great. I love your work!
I love the guys face!love
The best part (to me) are his iddy biddy eyes. I also like the expression in his face that suggests he might be a bit of a curmudgeon (wouldn't that be fun). I'd like to sit next to him in front of a roaring fire and try and steal his staff... just to get him to grumble idle threats.
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