View Full Version : Fantasy love affairs - A colored couple

11-05-2011, 03:24 AM
For everyone liking fantasy books and tales. :p
I started with the idea to try concept drawings of some of the weird creatures of such books (ogres, dwarves, elves etc.) and my mind couldn't resist to give it all a
A completely imaginary scene with pencils and chalk here.
Maybe only the first one of a short series of weird interspecies rather than interracial love affairs among characters of Tolkien's universe ...:D

11-05-2011, 03:43 AM
Ha-ha! Moor nice pressed the lady. :D
Shades of the biceps and thighs pass a glossy skin!

11-05-2011, 05:27 AM
Caesar... what a great idea.... this looks like it could be a illustration for a great tale when books of that fantasy were popular... still is a great cover for a new video role playing game... :cool::cool::D

J Witt
11-05-2011, 05:47 AM
He certainly has his hands full

11-05-2011, 08:50 AM
He looks a glutton for punishment Cesare, well done again:)

Evil Robot
11-05-2011, 11:05 AM
Oh, man, this is great! I love fantasy work and this is just excellent! I too love your use of the purples on the ogre really gives it a great pop.

11-06-2011, 03:20 AM
Thank You, dear Vladislav! Ladies may be charmantes even when they look like ogresses ...:D I guess the moor looks to her quite intriguing with his exotic look. :D

Dear Gary, I hope someone will hear Your good suggestions and hire me then for funny or paradoxical illustrations. :D I may also think to write the tale or a fantasy book, but Italian language has a too limited market and I'm not IT skilled, at my age, to create a videogame. :(
Thank You!

Right, dear J Witt, she looks quite endowed and pretty sexy, although her fangs may suggest some caution in certain tender situations. :D Than You!

Maybe You're like and he likes to be whipped or so, dear Katie ...:p Or he just answered to Your painting phone call and, raising the curtain, got this surprising mate. Thank You!

Thank You, dear Evil Robot! Actually the purple is a quite complementary color thus it enhances the green or, mixed to it, help to get darker shaded or shadow parts more effective.

11-06-2011, 03:36 AM
Cesare, I had to pop in and comment. I got such a laugh with your recent work here. This guy and gal such an odd couple, but so charming and funny. Always entertaining and great talent.

D Akey
11-06-2011, 05:02 AM
Who in the heck cast Desdimona? Typical. I bet she's the producer's latest bimbo. . .

I suppose if musicians can 'cover' each others songs, it's only fair that writers cover each others stories with signature personal styles.

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.......The Art Director's Cut

11-06-2011, 01:48 PM
If I could play violin, I would have done it :-) So well done Caesar!

11-06-2011, 09:50 PM
Thank You, dear Sandra! Nice to have You back from Your activities and, wishfully, the artistic business I hope is giving You some satisfactions.

Dear D Akey, thank You for Your most enthusiastic and rutilant comment!:D
With a director like You, even my modest resources would have a honest success.

I can hear the violin of Your kindness anyway, dear Gaia. Thank You very much!

11-07-2011, 03:46 AM
Caesar, once again you have brought smiles to my face with your interesting couple :D

11-07-2011, 10:08 PM
Thank You, dear Jean! :) Bringing fun and smiles to friends and mates too is more than good reason for me to play with my silly ideas and share them in here (so as also to avoid to myself any question about my possible attitude to actually be an artist and to work harder only to eventually get a negative answer ... :D)