7/31/06

Cowboy1

43 comments:

Goobeetsablog said...

this guy definitely flops alot when he walks:)

The brown ink makes it look like a plate pulled from an old book.

great!
-brian

Alina Chau said...

This is wicked cool!! Love the style and the characters are awesome as always!! Love the brown ink!!

justinpatrickparpan said...

Man Martin, I would kill to know the story behind this one. Attack of the Zombie Squaw, perhaps?

wintermonkey said...

great drawing! i love it. you've really mastered the use of color.

congrats on the show too. that's sweet.

PEPE said...

always brilliant!!

roque said...

YEEEEEHAAAAWWW!

Jeremy Spears said...

Gosh, you have such talent man! And such a unique style all to your own. This one is way cool!

-Jerm

GhettoFab said...

i laffed out loud when I saw this! Where do you come up with this stuff??!Your my hero!

Rick Lacy said...

uh oh! we've reached a whole new level of martin. that guys hat is very suggestive.

Marmax said...

Awesome work! I love the characters at top!

Kanokadafi said...

Word!, look at those two chicks ridin' that. Seriously tho, I dig the way you flesh out the contours in your drawings. for example the pilgrims hat and his pants.

Don't kill me for this, but I have to stop the Witting Blog praising for a sec.

But the perspective on the pilgrims back shoe seems to be off a bit, making it seem sort of flat, maybe if the shoe was smaller than the front shoe, or even if the shoe where rotated so that the tip of the shoe points towards the ground a little.

Anyways thats my 2 cents, please proceed with the rest of the 68 comments that will follow, hopefully they won't be trashing me.

Peace, see ya at work

Hans said...

Awesome! Love this style, It almost looks like a sculpture.

martin wittig said...

Thanks Guys! I appreciate the feedback!

Kano...-Thanks for the nice words. As for the rear shoe,I disagree. I wasn't going for a realistic perspective on the rear shoe, and intentionaly kept it flat. I enjoy the distortion that i feel it adds to the piece.

Jon Han said...

Another great drawing as ussual.

Peter Emmerich said...

Oh how I would love to see you make a whole book of these! I look forward to your work so much!

UrbanBarbarian said...

Gibson Reborn! Your inking kills me! Wow! [ of course the drawing skills also make me weep like a foolish child! ]

David Germain said...

That's either the greatest picture I've ever seen or the worst porno I've ever seen. I'll go with the first thing I said. ;)

Kanokadafi said...

cool beans Martin, I understand. When I saw it, I knew it could of easily been what you where going for. I just thought I'd bring it up, you know just wondering, I also don't draw this style so I'm just trying to find out why certain decisions are made and how your mind approaches this type of peace.

Anyway i'm glad to know it was intentional.

like I said before, awesome piece, I'm wondering if your gonna add color?

Peace

St John Street said...

Nice action Martin

R.Dress said...

Love it! Congrats on the Show.

chris said...

Hi. I really like your work. Hope you don't mind, but I showcased you today over at my spot.

Adam said...

step 1:
purchase a ten gallon hat -
step 2:
run as fast as possible because the ladies can't get enough!

haha yeah.....
i love the antique feel of this drawing.
I really can never tell when you are using a cintiq or not.

Ryan said...

Haha Great stuff!

MisterZoobadoo said...

martin, great stuff. I want to see someone design a film around your designs.

Dave James said...

Fun Stuff Martin! Congrats on the show!

Danarchy said...

Always awesome, you never sease to blow me away

Mattias said...

Scary stuff, reminds me of Poe, won't be able to sleep tonight

airikshin1ng said...

This is incredible....I am feeling like the character now....

Armand Serrano said...

Beautifully done and very nice silhouette!

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RÃ¥nny said...

I wish I had his hat. D:

Carlos Ruano said...

Great Martin. Is this one from the Ghosts serie?. I saw you in the photos of Andrei's blog. You're very different of what I had in mind.

Mooch Rex said...

I'm a huge fan of your work Martin. Beautiful stuff! I was at the "Live Animals" gallery opening and had the extreme pleasure of seeing your work up close and personal. Just completely inspirational. It's artists like you that keep the fires burning within myself. Your blog is one of my daily visits!

Clio said...

The ladies look so puffy - love this!!

lautrette said...

So good to see your work again!! this cow boy is Bitchin' and you how i love those creeps! as usual , congrat!
thank you for you nice comments on my stuff...

Cale Atkinson said...

hahah it's official Martin! You really have to illustrate some children's books! I would yelp in happiness to see a book told with your great art. Each of your pieces holds so much story and feeling! You sir get 2 gold stars! and a "Nice Job!" Sticker!
Now I eagerly wait for more art!

joto said...

geez this guy sure ran into some trouble!! There is alot of story to this one. great drawing.

Tony Merrithew said...

You've got some fun stuff happening here. Thanks for posting.

Kyle Marshall said...

sooooooooooooo good Martin!

Jampix said...

Amazing blog, love your work.
I'll link you to my blog if you don't mind :-)

Dan Thompson said...

great stuff. I like this one a lot.

Maly Siri said...

really really love these characters and line...please do continue!!

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