Monday, June 7, 2010

Go Along Doggy

The resolve and lightness of this piece brings forth a focus on the image's innate qualities. Without the passion or burning focus that is usually brought forth in these works the image is left to stand on its merits, and it falls short. While the feet don't look terrible they were clearly an after-thought and the tail-feathers are just sketched down and haven't been refined. The head is scrunched down by the comb and the eye feels too thick.

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