So in my Drawing class we basically had to take a painting from any of the old masters and reimagine it and tinker with it and let the idea evolve after a few weeks until it became something completely new but still retained elements of the original or could be somehow related to the original, and I was working off Vermeer's The Music Lesson (link) which y'all may have seen before, and I just finished inking my final version of it, and will be painting it in watercolors this weekend.
At this point it's like, an investigation onboard a ratty old spaceship of the disappearance of a crewman, whose feet you see in the bottom right, dragged there by the murderous alien tentacle eerily looming nearby... or something like that It's 22x30 inches so I couldn't scan it, and the photograph isn't totally perfect but it's good enough. Click the little image to see the big, high res version, which you should totally do 'cause I love putting tiny little details into these things.
I was really glad to have finally finished inking it 'cause it took me something like a a solid 8-10 hours, and since I don't have Premier at the moment I couldn't make a blog post about it, so I figured I'd share it here 'cause I know a good portion of BZP enjoys scifi stuff and art, and if there's an overlap between lovers of more classic art and lover of scifi, this is a treat for y'all I'll update the topic when I finish painting it ^^
Enjoy, y'all, and lemme know what you think of it. If there's anything you feel I should add, I can add more ink drawing at any stage so just go ahead and tell me
Edited by Pomegranate, Apr 10 2014 - 02:28 PM.