“Hoooodor,” said Hodor, swaying. Hooooooodor, hoooooodor, hoDOR, hoDOR, hoDOR.”
Sometimes he liked to do this, just say his name different ways, over and over and over and over. Other times, he would stay so quiet you forgot he was there. There was never any knowing with Hodor.
“HODOR, HODOR, HODOR!” he shouted.
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How long does an image like this take you from scratch to finish. I have tried over and over again for the past 13 years to paint like these in a resonable time but something like this. Well this painting would take me days.Your work is amazing.
Keep it up,
How long did this take… that’s a good question. This is several years old and I don’t really remember, but a lot of the stuff that lands on my blog are just fun things I’ve done in my spare time, (as this one is)… I am guessing it did not take more than a couple of hours to do.
Speed comes with practice. I have laid down miles and miles of paint, both traditional and digital, so when I want to make a picture I’m not stopping after every stroke and thinking real hard about what to do next, I’m just going for it. Sometimes it all turns out, sometimes it doesn’t. The more comfortable you are with your media (traditional or digital) the quicker you will be I think… add coffee to increase speed…
this is truly amazing piece of work! Looking forward to more such posts!