Always been a fan of O’Barr’s work and let me say that you have no need to apologize for this faithful representation. The character himself is troubled and deeply complicated. Your face shows the same level of contemplation. I see Eric Draven in this. Your part usage is masterful with a small piece count in the head; you have successfully communicated his inkings and pain. I would say that the torso could use a little more to it to give it proportional mass to the outstanding legs. Your overall vision is none more pleasing than in the pic of Eric seated on the floor. All the pain, all the anger, all the anguish is felt in that simple head droop and we are able to sympathize with him. You have breathed renewed life into someone who is technically dead. There is more going on in his expression than is just a sum total of a few plastic bits clicked together. This is communication and it is a much envied talent in the world of expressive Art. Outstanding!
I like it
May 14, 2014
I like how he can hunch over and be sad and complicated, just like the pic from the comic. He seems to be a difficult subject and you have given it a very good go. Well done. Attack!
My Dear Enemies and Friends in this tricky challenge, thanks a lot for your "have to read it again and again" comments. I'd like to say something more, but "They keep calling me!" (the Bricks of course). Have fun.