October 18, 2006

Castle Rocksmire

14 comments:

Adam Ford said...

Excellent piece! I think we all need shirts

Jeff Bunker said...

You have a twisted mind, Scott. I'm a little uneasy working down the hall from you.
But seriously, there are some areas of this that are very nicely rendered.

Sam Nielson said...

Nice job, Scott---Magenta lightning totally rocks! I have to say that I'm not sure about the positioning of the hand coming out of the ground, though.

Ryan Wood said...

Awww Yeah. Best. Painting. Ever.

Nathan Lindsay said...

Now even I want to play guitar hero.

Shane Olson said...

Oh man, this made my morning! I can't wait for Guitar Hero II! I love how he's a combination of all those great 80s metal band albumn covers! Rad!!

Scott said...

The perspective, both atmospheric and otherwise clearly indicate that the hand is coming out of the ground several feet behind him.

Gruntor said...

I nominate this dude for company mascot. Nice work dude!

Sam Nielson said...

Quote: "The perspective, both atmospheric and otherwise clearly indicate that the hand is coming out of the ground several feet behind him."

Doesn't matter. People tend to read images iconically. Especially in this case---it's centered between his legs, making it seem carefully placed.

I'm just saying, if the hand is supposed to be there, fine. But if it's an accident, it's an easy problem to fix.

Sebastien Gallego said...

Beautiful rendering Scott. My favorite of yours by far! I agree with Sam on the position of the hand. It's a little disturbing... well... it goes well with the rest I guess! :)

Scott said...

how about we settle on "akward tangent" to describe the hand.

David Malan said...

Awesome!
I hadn't realized that "scott" was you, because of the icon I thought it was just some goofy third party viewer that liked defending your work.

Kevin Keele said...

I thought this was cool, and then I noticed thet he/she is playing a guitar hero guitar, and it instantly became, as Ryan Wood said, the best painting ever!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

FABULOUS work !!!