Thursday, April 23, 2009

Are We Not Pins?


Yes we are, haha.



Oh yeah... MARK IS WATCHING YOU!

21 comments:

David Gale said...

Awesome!

Whitney Pollett said...

OMG KALI!!! These are breathtaking! I mean they're the most gorgeous drawing you've ever made pants down!! Mahahah JC always says that...
Anyways, really nice job. The colors make me want to eat your drawings cus they look like candy and I love them! OM NOM!!
Can you make me one?? ::COUGH:: ...my birthday is coming up...ehem...May 28th...buuuuyyyye!!!!

Kali Fontecchio said...

Yes Whitney, anything for you!

Niki said...

Msrk is watching us, It seems that fear will sink in soon.

Molly said...

Gabba Gabba, we accept you, we accept you, one of us!

Love the Mark drawing, beautiful colors.

M. R Darbyshire said...

Haha really cool! Great Painter skills!

Sergio Menéndez said...

Awesome GIF,
I think I won't fall asleep tonight...

Zach Bellissimo said...

Hahah that first pic is amazing! You should do more crazy wonky stretchy stuff like that. Its fun!

And Freaks is an amazing film.

shane said...

cool freaks! I just finished reading Geek Love, which is pretty neato-bandito

Pedro Vargas said...

Oh, wow! I really love that first picture! It's so crazy! Pinheads rule!

patrick said...

Juicy colors & textures. Did you use Painter and/or PS for these?

Kali Fontecchio said...

Yes, I used both, but mostly Painter.

Juicy sounds good, I want a slushy now.

Mr Goodson said...

Johnny Eck wants a signed copy

Kali Fontecchio said...

I should do one of him!

Trevor Thompson said...

ONE OF US!!! ONE OF US!!! ONE OF US!!! ONE OF US!!! ONE OF US!!! ONE OF US!!! ONE OF US!!!

- trevor.

Eddie Fitzgerald said...

Veh Naaas!

laughingwolf said...

too funny! ;) lol

Emily said...

Dear Kali,
How do you get those marvelously dry-brushy digital paint strokes? My backgrounds bore me :(
Your fan,
Emily

Kali Fontecchio said...

Hi Emily-

for dry brush I usually use cel paint- but I think the one yer looking at is before I owned any- so it was with Acrylic ink most likely. I pat down the brush in paint, then dry it with a paper towel ( but not completely). I'm also not an expert at it, so there's probably a better way then what I do, haha.

Emily said...

Thanks for your answer Kali, I didn't realize you were scanning in your backgrounds and not doing them digitally. Silly me.

kellie said...

Hi Kali, this new Drew should be for you.