Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Beach girl



Robert said...

Well done, really nice job on the hair blowing in the breeze.

Crafting with Sue said...

I LOVE it!!! You should consider turning your drawings into rubber stamps! They ROCK!

KIKELIN said...

Gracias E.E. por tu visita. Veo que tu tampoco paras, y además te van saliendo fans. Es por tus buenos trabajos, claro! Saludos!


Hi Eugenio,
Thanks for your comments in my blog!
If you add my link in your blog, I`m thanks for you.
This is your pin-up is VERY SEXY, my brother!

Celso Mathias
Rio de Janeio - Brasil

Bill Robinson said...

Hey Eugenio, thanks for stopping by my blog! Feel free to link to me, by all means. :D

Gise said...

Hola Euge!! veo que las chicas en los dibujos estan acosando a tu espiritu creador, y eso trae hermosos resultados que se ven reflejados en las bellas imagenes de los dibujos que haces. Que empieces una bella semana saludos Gise

Eugenio Enrique said...

Robert: thank you very much!

Sue: good idea! I will ask you to speak more of this..sure! thank you so much!

Kike: jajaja! gracias! en verdad no los considero fans, al contrario de cada quien siempre tengo que algo nuevo que aprender..Un abrazo amigo mío!

Celso: many thanks man for the nod, and for your comment to my post,
I've been watching your blogs a while..: Awesome! in fact, well i'm going to put the link: awesome artists! Hugs!

Bill: too kind bro! thanx!

Gise: seguro! ya ha comenzado bella mi semana con tus palabras bonitas! un besote princesa! y feliz semana para tí también! xoxoxo

George Cwirko-Godycki said...

i think you should focus more on value in your work, for example, if there are two legs, make one either darker or lighter than the other, to show that one is in front, you should look at artists like arthur de pins or tadehiro uesugi for inspiration i think, maybe even dean yeagle aswell.

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