Friday, November 21, 2008

Postcards

I just came across these postcards that I drew years ago. Some of you may not have seen them. I'm quite pleased with the line work I achieved.

posted by Eolake Stobblehouse @ Friday, November 21, 2008   9 comments links to this post

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At 22 Nov 2008 03:51:00, Anonymous Rob said...

Very interesting concept drawings! I can handle AutoCAD and technical stuff, but can't draw worth a darn otherwise. I'd love to see those images on a high quality t-shirt!, If you might be interested and will let me put them on a shirt, contact me via email at rcmedia (at) rcmedia.com If marketed correctly, they would be great sellers - nudity, yes, but very tastefully done.

 
At 22 Nov 2008 04:17:00, Blogger eolake said...

[I've mailed this]

Sure, go wild.
I've long been interested in tees as an art outlet, but I've not really found printing which satisfied me neither in color or BW.

PS: why "concept drawings"?

 
At 22 Nov 2008 13:04:00, Anonymous Rob said...

Well, I called them concept drawings because that style of drawing can be used as a concept for still more ideas - different locations, etc. Nevertheless, your drawings are clear and uncomplicated - and would 'work' as a single impression piece - as on a t-shirt, etc.

 
At 22 Nov 2008 16:42:00, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Uncle Ron said:

I find your art to be entertaining and thoughtful and original...

As a pen and ink artist for over fifty years, I enjoy looking at black and white art...Your line work is well done...

The leaves of the plants in one drawing help to convey the sound of the music coming from her radio, Cd player (or whatever) ...

The tall medieval fortress behind the girl with outstretched hands sends a message that this girl has powers...

The girl in the rain is captivating and full of youth...

I haven't quite got the one of the girl sitting on the bed ...She is blond though...haha

Well done...

 
At 22 Nov 2008 16:47:00, Blogger eolake said...

Thank you very much.

The blonde though may be my favorite, as far as composition goes, and tone, and lines.

 
At 23 Nov 2008 06:32:00, Blogger Pascal [P-04referent] said...

Kristin appears to be overloading on static electricity. Isn't that painful? Her apparent smile might also be tetany from electrocution!

Anon:
Why do you say "Uncle"? (As in: "Uncle Ron said")
Giving up already? But on what? ;-)
Fifty years, that's a lot of arting time. And experience, I'll bet. You famous now?

"The tall medieval fortress behind the girl with outstretched hands sends a message that this girl has powers..."
I'm not sure sequestrated Princess Rapunzel would agree with your interpretation of the fortress symbol...

As for blonde Kristina... Apart from the obvious short in her electrical blanket over a water bed, I see a response to the phallic symbol of the tower.
Specifically, in the window's curtain. From its shape, it's clear her invisible girl roommate is hiding behind it, and it is molding her whole back side. Very clear.

 
At 23 Nov 2008 14:21:00, Anonymous Rob said...

Yes, I noticed the curtain in the background also. It appeared to be blowing in the wind from the open window, but it also shows a very naked bare bottom under it - just waiting to be spanked, perhaps.

 
At 23 Nov 2008 20:10:00, Blogger eolake said...

Surprise to me. :-)

Hey, my apkaz (dapnaz? Kapfka?) says "Quized"! Best one I've had yet.

 
At 24 Nov 2008 03:54:00, Blogger Pascal [P-04referent] said...

"just waiting to be spanked, perhaps"
Ooh, KINKY! :-)))

Those Capitas have become quite user-friendly lately. Much more vowels, and feel like real words, or almost.
I once got "huffsack". Isn't that a real woid?
Now, that other one, "noria", I *know* it's real: means bucket-chain. Yowza!
And "tuarigh"... this is getting borderline poetic, my friends from outside of Arabia! I feel like I'm getting postcards from the edge, sent by the ghost in the shell. Or some similar deus ex machina mumbo-jumbo. :-)

 

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