Monday, October 15, 2007

Master Copy



This is my latest assignment, copy your favorite illustrator, I chose James Jean, so this is a copy of one of his Fables Covers. It is 90% done.

15 comments:

Valerie said...

This is amazing. Haunting.

Mike Laughead said...

This looks really great. At first I thought it was the actual cover. Great work 4 realz.

ibid said...

this is a new level of neat. nice mannn...nice.

ibid said...

actually, i just compared the two covers and NOW it is a whole new level of neat. I am impressed.

LizzyHouse said...

look at you!

Shamus said...

You're something of a phenomenon. I've never seen you do anything this good yet. I'm beyond impressed.

Allen TenBusschen said...

Self Esteem +1000, thanks guys!

ibid said...

i am beyond james' impressed.

LizzyHouse said...

I went and saw it on the third floor, and yours looked so great and way better than anyone elses. Yours actually looks like an awesome painting as opposed to a photoshop texture, with a very unatural halo around it. Hooray for you! Hooray for your birthday!

A Spooky Ghost said...

I raise your impressed Darren and I go beyond it into Wowzers territory. Dare to follow me there.

Valerie said...

Hey, Darren and James, remember how I said it was haunting? Um, isn't that way better than your "impressed"?

I would say so.

LizzyHouse said...

i have to agree with Valerie, haunting has a lot more emotion than impressed. Anyone can be impressed, but Valerie was Haunted...

A Spooky Ghost said...

Well, I'm stupefied! How's that, Valerie and Liz? I can't talk now, you're just all spooked out! I've been struck dumb by this! Take that!

Mike Laughead said...

I want to point out that "haunting" is a compliment to James Jean, the original artist, while "impressive" is instead a compliment to Allen's ability to copy the image well.

Plus Allen is cuter than James Jean.

Valerie said...

Oh, good for you, Mike, you've stymied us all with semantics. Congratulations.