Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Another Girl Sketch

How quickly time flies. March is almost over.
So much for New Year's resolutions eh?
I'm working on another digital painting, but it's taking forever.
Work has been keeping me pretty busy too.

So here's the obligatory, generic girl sketch.

21 comments:

stopsmoking78 said...

nice kartoon

Willis Carrier said...

Dang dude, you so good.

rad sechrist said...

Awesome!

Nate said...

Awesome dude!

Khylov said...

The girl sketches aren't the obligatory thing; it's the quality Justin Hunt illustration that's demanded. Thank you for delivering again, good sir.

flaviano said...

thanks for the fantastic recommendation of "Sansho the Bailiff "
a fantastic movie i've never seen.

Justin Hunt said...

Thanks everyone!
She's rough, and unresearched, but what the heck...

flaviano--
I'm glad you got a chance to see it. For any one else who's interested in Sansho, the entire film is on youtube here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGKDJuekQ_4&feature=PlayList&p=5F55775512DD1AA6&index=55

(copy/paste to your browser)

Probably better to watch it on DVD or in a theater, but if you can't find it to buy or rent, it's there.

stopsmoking78- some day I'll quit.

HwangNguyen said...

Looks good dude. Keep it up!

Alex said...

Amazing!!!
Great stuff here!

Amin said...

nice work
cool
gretting from france

Jason Scheier said...

so cool!

Justin Hunt said...

Thanks again everyone!
I will try to post more soon.

Justin Hunt said...

Regarding Sansho the Baliff on youtube, I guess it's been taken down now. I thought the movie might be old enough that copyright issues were less of an issue, but I guess not.

I apologize if it seems like I was encouraging piracy in anyway. As I said, I thought it might be old enough to be public domain material. Anyway the film is available on a Criterion Collection DVD release in the U.S. which I own. It is worth buying, and has interviews with Mizoguchi's crew and some actors and actresses that worked on the film.

Suprislingly I guess Mizoguchi himself didn't like the movie, and the notes the studio gave him pressuring him into making the film about Zushio as opposed to the Sansho the Baliff character which Mizoguchi was more interested in, hence the title "Sansho the Baliff".

The ironic thing is that the strength and the emotion of the film for me comes from Zushio's story.

Anyway if you can rent or buy it on DVD it's a great film, and again I apologize for recommending the pirated link.

Christian Robinson said...

I'm glad i ran into you at the wrap party! Thanks for congratulating me on the book, in person! as well as on my blog.

You got some great moves kid!!! on the dance floor that is : )

Justin Hunt said...

Thanks Christian.
The book looks awesome.

Wrap parties are one of the rare occasions I get to enjoy the dance floor these days. I used to go out a lot more, and I miss that.

Jason Norton said...

i love your drawings!

Gabriele Pasqualino said...

awesomeness :D

Thomas F. Dougherty said...

I love the expression on her face! Brilliant!

Share with Rojilal said...

Justin Hunt, You So good for sketches.
Keepit up and start taking clors with imagination

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wasim said...

awesme art.....!

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