miércoles, 16 de enero de 2013



Pencil and ink on paper, June 2009

  Clint Eastwood is another of my favorite actors and directors. He creates cold, frequently hostile and lonesome environments in which warm-hearted people unfold simple, moving stories. 

  I wanted to reflect this double aspect with a characteristic trait of his work: The ever present side light effects. Even though he uses them a lot, it's never excessive; He knows how to use light effects to advantage, increasing the story's dramatism. For me, this is the real Clint: half light, half shadow. While just light alone depicts a tough attitude (as in the sketch above), the painting's warm colors tell a completely different story.

Acrylic on canvas, 25 Sep 2009

A description of how this painting was made can be found in this link

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