View Full Version : An unexpected guest at Halloween

10-25-2012, 02:17 AM
A subtly scaring guest with a somehow disquieting look .... Gentlemen, watch out to the trick because she may lead You to a dangerous tachicardia and to catch fire! LOL;)

10-25-2012, 03:35 AM
Very imaginative Caesar, love the pumpkin style bra, she can come knock on my door for a candy treat anytime:D

10-25-2012, 03:45 AM
Caesar...wow..I guess I had better leave the light on for trick or treater's this year :rolleyes:....wonderful work on this.. I am always impressed at the smooth modulations of skin tones you achieve..I know that to you it might seem trivial but I know it is not easily achieved.:):)

10-25-2012, 05:17 AM
Hey Caesar, my husband loves her pumpkins lol great job

10-25-2012, 05:57 AM
Caesar- this really makes me want to go to a Halloween party! Nice work capturing that elusive something that is allure.

Evil Robot
10-25-2012, 06:15 AM
Very beautiful illustration. Love the use of the pumpkins...lol

10-25-2012, 09:28 AM
What a beautiful and creative painting! Very cheeky, and skillfully done. :0)

10-25-2012, 09:29 AM
Sure hope she knocks on my door this halloween...HAHA...great painting !!

10-26-2012, 02:50 AM
Thank You, dear Geoff! Actually she's not a friend of mine though so I cannot give her Your address ... LOL;)

Dear Gary, I must say that airbrush is particularly effective to modulate tones and colors. You only have ro see them, something harder and harder with age I guess. thank you!

Some otherhusband would appreciate them removed instead, dear Pat. :pLOL:D Thank You!

It looks like I learned some letter of the body language alphabet then, dear Fashmir. Glad to have pleased Your expert eye. Thank You!

Thank You, dear Evilrobot! Pumpkin bra is aimed at not scaring some pure and candid soul here in this main gallery.

Differently from my usually time limited approch, this was an idea which deserved to be elaborated a litle more, down to details in my opinion, dear Copespeak, so I enjoyed using the airbrush and pencil. thank You!

Dear Steve, she would knock You down, I'm afraid. She looks supernatural and I'm not sure mortals would stand her too long ... LOL;)

D Akey
10-26-2012, 02:56 AM
Looks good Caesar. I think this may be the girl you painted a while back who was the star of that medieval fantasy TV series The Seeker? Anyway, I would think that if we were seeing her right breast coming forward like that I would think we might she her right shoulder peeking around a little as well, being that they're connected. I think the idea of the pumpkin cups are very funny and if when she turns I see the candles burning in those jack-o-lanterns, I'll be like a moth to a flame and spontaneously combust. ;););)

10-26-2012, 03:30 AM
Damn nice and just in time for hallows eve... :-)

10-26-2012, 10:12 AM
Ha, ha, good one Caesar! She looks friendly enough, can she cook?:o

10-26-2012, 08:26 PM
Dear Moth-D Akey, Your sense of humor is absolutely fantastic as usual! LOL;) Actually the inspiration is from another girl picture I found in the web and elaborated and completely modified in several parts (added pumpkin bra included), to change her into a she-devil. It's possible, since I didn't take any measure or grid to keep proportions and pose, that I made some structural distortion, hopefully a minor one so as to stand still credible enough as a realistic image. Thank You very much for Your keen observations and support!

I had to hurry up, dear Kenmo, before she may decide to accept the invitation of someone else ...;) Thank You!

Yeah, dear Jibes, although she usually get meat a little too well done. What's for sure she'd hardly join the Salvation Army. Thank you!

10-30-2012, 05:16 AM
Proprio bella questa diavoletta, accattivante e intrigante.
Interessante il reggiseno di zucca...;)
Bravissimo come al solito!