Wow, you were able to cature to liknes and still add the Ryan Wood flavor. I like this piece alot.
this is AWESOME. I like everything about it, especially the hair decorations.
I love the vintage feel and the swirly shapes of the hair, superb!
Wonderful!Though your girls always seem to have something strange to them ;) I like the overlayed textures.
Whaat! you were there too? how did i not meet you?
Ace painting Ryan. Great meeting you in Seattle.
yea, somehow i missed you too. that stinks! great painting!
O_O stunning works.. you guys of avalanche are my favourite artists.. compliments
Simply put for something extraordinarily complex: Inspiring amazing.
awesome Ryan it looks like you captured her really well. My Seattle peeps went to this as well and sent me photos. Im jealous I didnt make it to this. Looks like an amazing time was had! You sir are awesome.
Wow! Cool ilustration!
I've got a fever... and the only prescription is more bees!!!This is fantastic Ryan, one of my favorites.
Ryan, this is absolutely beautiful man!!! Love your color choices . . . great design as well! My favorite is the way you painted the eyes, amazing man!
Nice painting Ryan! Great textures and colors.
Great stuff as always.Really love the color pallette on this piece,...vintage and classic.awesome.-cgy
Oh man....awesome stuff here...haven't been in a while. Love the Snow witch and the beware of Gnomes. You're stuff is always super inspiring man!!
WAOW! your two last girl paintings are awesome, Ryan!!!ouch!you're incredible, we're surprised at every post!bravo!!!
Yipes man! Yay! Ryan kickin boo-tay once again. My most humblestest of praise. I'm jealous that you got to go to the workshop. My employers fell through on me. Hope you had a blast. :)
Lovely! her eyes are so eerie, i like it!
wouldve been a blast to have gone. Nother top notch piece Mr Wood! Look forward to seeing your 08 work!
so, what did u use to finish it?
Awesome. I particularly like how you've kept darks to a minimum, which really makes her eyes and lips pop. I am always very curious to know how you get everything so wonderfully soft.
Wow, this is just absolutely gorgeous! All of your work is wonderful, but this one just blows me away.
Wow, that's really sweet! I love the rendering combined with the graphic shapes. Hope you had a great time in Seattle!
Stuff so good it pisses me off! Simply cool as hell...
WOW! This is vibrant!
Wow, this is awesome! I really dig those eyes! I also like how you kept the focus right on the face and simplified towards the edges. Keep up the amazing work!
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Ryan you always inspire me! (You make my hands itch!!! heheh!)Have you ever thought about making posters, I would love to have one of your works on my studio wall.
Very cool pic.
I think the limited color palette is what really sells this piece for me. It gives it a renaissancy sort of feel and brings it away from looking digital. Awesome
stunning, simply stunning! color choice, mood, style, her expression. everything in this piece works so well. :O)
This is incredible, man. You're amazing.
wowwwww ! Very very good job !! I love it !!... and want more ;)
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ok. wow! i'm adding you to my links! made my day...
is it a traditionnal painting !? really nice work !
Very pretty!Your painting style is totally yummy..:) hopefully you'll be posting more soon!
her eyes and lips pop perfectly. Love you work man!
Thanks for the comments, I appreciate y'all stopping by!
I can see why this drawing has received so many comments. Disturbing, maybe a little humorous as well. And very well done.
Love the colours and the way you draw her face. She reminds me a sort of timeless doll....I really love this work!
beautiful... how do you do this! it is amazing
The pearls on her head complemented her curly hair! Nice work.xo,Grace | labor posters
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