October 05, 2006

I'm hooked!

Yesterday, I decided to rent the first DVD of Lost, just to know what it was about before starting a pic... and... I got hooked!
I picked Hurley eventhough master Ryan did it first. So here is my version.

It's tuff to go after Ryan, dude! Really tuff! :)


14 comments:

S.T. Lewis said...

I love it! I can't even decide what my favorite part is, but I've narrowed it down the following list:

1 - The Fabio-like, wind-blown hair.
2 - The "Dude" shirt.
3 - The fact that the plane's fire hasn't even burned out yet, and he's already smiling.

Welcome to the plague that is called "Lost addiction."

Augie said...

From one artist/LOST geek to another, that Hurley is badass! nice moves man. Best Hurley I've seen so far.

Sam Nielson said...

Great job Sebastian!
Your Hurley would easily compete in the same arena with Ryan's.

Casey said...

I have a crush on his hair. I try and try to get mine to do that but there is not enough product on this planet.

Kevin Keele said...

Sebastien, this PWNS!!

Roland Mechael said...

i'm also a LOST addict now! just watched the first 8 episodes from the 1st season in 2 days and got hooked! nice work dude!

=shane white= said...

Ha...funny stuff ya got here...big fun.

=s=

Ryan Wood said...

I love his tiny facial features, you made him seem HUGE! Great job, Sebastian.

marcobucci said...

REALLY nice caricature! Love the background stuff too. Seems like the Avalanche staff has quite the blog-presence, which is great.

Chris Sharp said...

I also love how massive he feels. If they ever get an "Alive" thing goin' on that show they could live off that dude for years...YUCK. Great job man.

Dave McClellan said...

Seb, is this how French people view Americans?

Sebastien Gallego said...

Thanks guys for all your nice comments! I'm glad that you liked it. It was fun to paint.

Hum... to answer your question Dave... well... I'm not going to lie: yes, this is one of these dumb cliches people have about other countries: that most Americans are fat. Now that I live here, I can tell that it's NOT true! I actually can't see a difference between people's weight here and in France.

But admit it Dave, I'm sure you were really suprised when you heard I was french but that I didn't have a baguette under my arm, a beret and a very very very big nose!!

Weren't you surprised? :)

Nathan Lindsay said...

sebastian, you had a beret on yesterday

Alexei Martins said...

Dude, that's AWESOME!! :D