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A Season in Hell

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Oct 4, 2010 | 1:37 PM EDT
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March 1st to September 30th. This is the compilation of my summer sketchbook, beginning to end, all in one page. It's chronicles some classwork, theatrical designs, doodles, and tributes. My good friend passed away this summer and we did a lot of concept design work together and brought some really great stuff to life onstage. She's featured as the main portrait, surrounded by Apes from the Musical Tarzan that we created. I'm going to start photo logging all my sketchbooks to mark my progress as an artist. They're almost like I Spy books. Fun ones to find on this page, Rita Repulsa, Jareth the Goblin King (a.k.a. David Bowie) and a Latino Transvestite.

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LeidolfrLeidolfr

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Awesome

Though this is just random drawings slammed together, it makes some sort of impression collectively. The worlds watching, but, that could just be the drugs. Individual art has led to accidental collective art



KayaKureKayaKure

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love it!

This is some damn great work dude! I really like the way all the small sketches come together, that they on a way belong to each other, and still doesn't.

I will really like to she it's with some colors on, that could be a master piece!

Sorry to hear about your friend, this is a good way to honor her :) She may have been some really special.

(Sorry for the bad English)
- Kaya Kure


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PandaGogo responds:

I was thinking about doing a colored Version. :) That may be just what I need to prompt me. I'll let you know if I get around to it. :D