Saturday, March 24, 2007

Chevy Tow Truck

15 comments:

ron said...

This is very nice, Ron, an earlier piece perhaps, maybe a study?

ron said...

Yes a "character study". Didn't you read the blab under the painting?

ron said...

I thought a character study was something you did in Lit 100.

ron said...

Well, it seems appropriate, You're such a pick.

Tom Kidd said...

I liked your comment on Moore's blog so I came by for a visit. A small question, what does Ron mean when he calls you a 'pick' or am I a prick to ask?

Other than that, nice work, clever comments. I'm adding you to the group of bookmarks that I click on weekly.

W. K. Moore said...

NoR.. The tow truck !skcorm Grass good... color green good.. it all good. you're good artist .rM But I really like the truck.. the drawing and the paint application is top shelf... btw what's up on that top shelf these days?? I like Tom.. enjoy your dialog.

ron said...

Tom, thanks for stopping by, a pick is a person who picks at you as in nags or criticizes.

ron said...

Hey, W.K. slow day but now its okay. Was depressed, regressed, so I expressed. Probably not sad or going backwards so much as bored. I'd say the top shelf is empty.

Tom Kidd said...

Oh, I see. That's a new noun for me. I imagined a person with a pick shaped head or a tiny person used to strum a guitar. Interestingly enough, I've been told I resemble both from time to time.

Back to painting, I've got a Monday deadline.

Michele Beaulieu aka NAQUAIYA said...

I like this truck but I worry that he won't get any work done in his condition. He looks like a tow-er of dreams with that flaming on fire grass he's sitting in. I can identify with this guy because he looks like I feel when I wake up in the a.m. But he's still kinda cute too. He's got the happy-go-lucky dance of the skeleton cars.

Michele Beaulieu aka NAQUAIYA said...

Congrats on your three grand.
Too bad there's no prize for these landmarks. Dedicated people doing dedicated things.

ron said...

The grass is a little lime green isn't it? But I thought it would be interesting to show how the characters are assembled for the bigger paintings. I debated about whether I should post it or not. But I figured its only neon grass-its not the end of my non-existent career.

ron said...

Thanks, Michele, I also left a congrats on Gretchen Kelly's site as she hit 100 posts on the DPs.

kee said...

Nice truck, tow truck that is!

ron said...

Thanks, Kee, I posted it to show how the characters find their way into the bigger pictures.