Sunday, January 21, 2007

Superhero/Knight in Shining Armor

HeLLOOOOO, this is the third time this week you've
passed me by, don't I look distressed, am I chopped
liver, what ? Wooohoooooo, Mr. Knighghghght!!!

18 comments:

Jaimie said...

haha! at first I didn't notice the little distressed person in the distance.
I love the horse and the background.

Mike said...

Saving them one at a time I suppose. Great work. I've always admired your use of colors. Really great job. I guess the true question is...will he go back and pick up the other one?
Awsome work!

studio lolo said...

Perhaps he prefers damsels in turquoise? I believe he'll send someone to help the other one!
Awesome illo. I love the painterly style you have. Everything always comes together so nicely.
Thanks for stopping by with your kind comments :)

steve said...

Excellent work! A very romantic take on the subject. I'm really loving the structures in the back especially.

Tony LaRocca said...

You daffy English ki...ni-git!

Brine Blank said...

Your digital looks hauntingly like your traditional...nice horse...

Alina Chau said...

wonderful, lovely piece!

get zapped said...

Hey, this is great! Love your commentary. And the texture and colors.

md said...

lol i say ur knigth needs an adtitude ajustment. great looking castle and fun illo

Hellcat said...

Hhehhehhheeeeee, I love your strong, broad brushstrokes };-}

Pickledog said...

Hehe-heh.. If there isn't enough room on his horse he could at least send one of his round table buddies to save her. Cool painterly illustration.

isay said...

lovely colors and illustration and, cool idea!

the heartful blogger said...

LOL!!!! Silly knight. I Love this! And the way the horse is dressed in pink!!

AndyDoodler said...

Another beauty- colors, textures, ideas, and everything! and funny too!
Darn nothing ever seems to turn out like it does in the movies or fairytales

Twisselman said...

There are faces in those castle walls. Ominous ones. So sorry Mr. Knight has passed you by. Chopped liver indeed! So he chose corned beef?
Beauty of a post.

carla said...

This is very mysterious...I love the way those castles seem...alive! You're the superhero of hidden images!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Terrific work, Hardwax! A powerful piece.

ValGalArt said...

i always love your art! these ruins and the colours are awesome!!! love this!