10/13/12

Bad Fish!



Update: 10/14/2012, Sunday 4:49AM - I have been up since 4AM working on a project implementation. If anyone thinks that any measure of success I achieve is because of government, I am going to deck his balls or gouge her eyes.





"Bad fish! Bad, bad fish!!! You gobble my pet and you think you can get away with it. I will rip your insides out, cut you to pieces, slam you against the sea wall and tear your flesh piece by piece. If I see one cut on his flesh, even a puncture, you are dead! Now come back here and spit him out!"

So do you think the barracuda will listen to Lindol? After all, she is The Earthquake. What do you think? Above: Ten Year Old Lindol Hunting The Predator Who Ate Her Pet Djag Frederick Von Lungermann Hoescht.

When I first started drawing the above image, I was being lazy and just had Lindol and the barracuda in mind. However, I saw Bella Sinclair's drawing for "Mirror" and I was inspired to draw more details, thus the addition of the small fish, sea weeds, and coral.




Earlier drawings of Lindol: On the left is Lindol and her entourage of animals, at age twelve. On the right, grown up Lindol. All illustrations were done in pen and ink on bristol Board.



6 comments:

Lisa Graham Art said...

Wow Ces, your beautiful details just fill the spaces perfectly! I am loving Lindol's pet's name...oh my gosh! What a mouthful. Thanks for linking us up to Bella Sinclair too!

Hope all is well and low-stress in Nurse Land!

k.h.whitaker said...

so much Cesaliciousness :D

Ces Adorio said...

OMG! I first read it as Callousness. Hahahahah!

Ces Adorio said...

Thank you Lisa. Oh yes, rats usually have very elaborate and cool names but they are still rats :). Go visit Bella. Her illustrations are wonderful, and wonderful does not do them justice, that's just because I can't think of the right words right now.

Bella Sinclair said...

Oodles of LOVE LOVE LOVE for all the incredible detail! I am marveling all the underwater architecture. I wish I could flit in and out of those plants like one of the fish. And oh my, what a wonderful sense of depth! Really, my sweet, you have it all backwards. I aspire to be more like YOU. You have shown your mastery of breathtaking detail thousands of times over. I bow down to you!

Now please. Go back to sleep! TSUP!!!

Ces Adorio said...

Hmn, last Saturday I declared my drawing finished but I kept looking at your monster and the more I looked at it, the more I was compelled to add more details to my drawing. So there! Thank you. TSUP!