Thursday, February 14, 2008

Blindness

The reasons that inspired this drawing are somewhat personal and doesn't need to be aired out here, but I felt that it had to be done and thought it to be an interesting (if I may say so myself) image. There will be three in this series, so stay tuned.

The Allegory Of Figurative Blindness Before Literal Blindness
12x18
colored pencil on tinted paper


Hopefully soon, I will have some goodies to post. The logo that I've been working on is just about finished, so if I get approval I will show that and some other things that I've been working on. I've been hired to help out a Chicago artist with some of her workload and I just agreed to do 50 more of the Lord Of The Rings sketch cards for Topps. Throw in some homework for the class that I'm taking, and I should have plenty to show soon.

6 comments:

DAD said...

"The Allegory Of Figurative Blindness Before Literal Blindness"
...... ? I understand nothing. :)
But I love this skull of bird....
Good work Sir....

Bruce said...

Ha, ha, yeah,il est au sujet d'un ex-ami qui a une maladie d'oeil qui le fera par la suite aller abat-jour, mais il semble s'être égaré longtemps avant ceci... perte de A pour moi aussi, réellement. Le crâne de hibou est venu hors du bon ! Je suis heureux avec lui.

Vienna for Beginners said...

I love it when you explain in French. Not that I understand it, but it's so rare that an American speaks it (I can figure out some content from the Italian, but never managed to learn French properly). I like the fellow, even if I can imagine that he's not a gran simpaticone! :-)

Bruce said...

Merisi: I don't understand it either, we both use a translator! It's fun, though and he's a nut, so it works for me.

Hawkeye said...

Hey Bruce! I'm so sorry it took me so long to get some images on my blog but I posted 3 of them. He loved them. I mean he was practically dancing around in his living room. Thank you again for helping me make this happen. I put a link to your blog under the images with some nice things to say about you and your work. Also I haven't forgotten the dream analysis, I will try to scratch that out for you, but it might be a while.

Take it easy!
Sue
http://www.suehawks.com

Bruce said...

Hi Sue! The Joe Camel one that you did was priceless. I am so happy that he liked them, that's great!