Saturday, June 03, 2006

Illustration Friday: Portrait

At last, a topic I really enjoy. I could draw faces all day, and happily so. I am amazed at the uniqueness of each soul. A couple of my favorites. http://www.cafepress.com/ottoblotto?pid=8246890

12 comments:

Herkku said...

Wow! I wish I could draw faces.

whyswomen said...

I would love to know the stories behind these two portraits - the women are so lovingly portrayed...

Diane Duda said...

These are simply gorgeous!

Detlef said...

Glad to see you back on deck, and as usual lovely rendering and composition.

Robert McLaughlin said...

Fabulous work, Otto!

Lady Guedes said...

Just one word: Beautiful.

ronald p.d. brandt said...

you really have a way with faces, and i love your choice of materials. a lot of great work throughout your blog...one of the best i've seen!

neilornstein said...

such a pleasure to have you back again. Lovely drawings.
Regards, Neil

carla said...

These are incredible! Your draftsmanship is masterful, and the idea of putting these portraits together with library cards(yes?) is pure inspiration. I Really like how your work challenges the viewer by presenting us with the unexpected. You're so creative and so talented!

Jon Han said...

really beautiful pieces, i love the old library paper that you chose.

annax said...

Awesome! You have such a great style!

anne said...

Your drawings are, as usual, exquisite.
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