Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Rasholnikov Revisited


It went like this, I got and E-mail from my client's college telling asking if I could do another more finished rendering for this job, upon finishing said rendering I found an E-mail saying not to bother because their client had already chosen drawing no 2. Such is life.

10 comments:

Chad Wallace said...

This is outstanding Steve. Love the way you use line.

ecccch said...

It's/they're all good.

Hans Jenssen Illustration said...

Just as well you enjoy the process.

memi said...

Glad that they came to their senses, albeit at your expense....

Pyracantha said...

But...who's "Rasholnikov?" Is he a Dostoevsky character?

Stephen Gardner said...

Thanks guys, I really didn't mind having another go, it beats working for a living.
i don't know anything about Rasholnikov except for his boyish good looks.

wagonized said...

Oh jeez. You did not even neglect the tie. I aspire to achieve portraits like this one.

Stephen Gardner said...

That's funny France since I was trying to live up to your last post.

dancing at gunpoint said...

i read "crime and punishment" three times in one summer (camping for an extended period of time) and your rendition of rasholnikov is totally how i picture him.
is this supposed to be him before or after he killed the landlady and her retarded daughter?

Suzanne said...

I think I like this one best of the four.