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“O it is Excellent to have a giant’s strength…but it is Tyrannous to use it like a giant!” – Julius Caesar
210×290 on 210gsm
john dicandia, giants, strength, courage, fear
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John, as always…you continue to amaze me with your artistry and the concepts that creep out of your head and onto paper! FANTASTIC piece! 2 thumbs up and smile! We should discuss the NYC dance clubs…if you need research…just holler…I’ve got plenty of stories…and I lived to tell about them all…LOL! Keep doing what you do here! It’s sheer brilliance! Peace and love be with you always…Cheers!, Lisa =) XO
I’m thinking of doing a club scene one day and if you can recant stories from those days Of the great NYC dance clubs! I’d be more than interested hear them. Peace and Love too! Cheers Giovanni :))
– John Dicandia ( JinnDoW )
Where do you get these ideas from? This is just wild and out of this world. Reminds of Jason and The Argonauts. Luv it Jovan! xo
What a great film that was! Remember the scene at the end when they were battling the Children of The Night? That would have been right up your alleyway!
love it John
Many thanks Lynette. :))
Wonderful work and quote!
Many thanks Cindy. You are welcome anytime. :)
Love the drawing and love the quote !! Beautiful work John !
Many thanks Dominique. How are you my friend?
oh freck you are rather brilliant,
and like MoonlightLover
I thought of Jason and the Argonauts
as for the quote well that is fantastic, I’d never thought that Julius Cesar would say such a thing.
wow you’ve rocked my boat.
Many thanks Lisa. I used to love watching Jason and The Argonauts and this particular pic that I did reminds of that scene when Posiedon rises from the sea in front the Argo and preventing the sea cliffs from crushing the ship. Magical stuff! Giovanni :))
You have so many fascinating story being woven in your head and this is another example.Great work John
My mind is always ticking Will. Continually in a daze! Ha! Ha! Btw.. How are you Will?
True words! You have a great sense of irony! “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Lord Acton
I love that quote by Lord Acton and so true. Many thanks for dropping in. Cheers John D
I am fine my friend ! About this image and speaking of giants, have you seen this wonderful french animation movie “La Planète Sauvage” directed by René Laloux with drawings from Roland Topor. It got the special jury award at Cannes in 1973… it’s a pure jewel, in an universe you will love, akin to you beautiful drawing !
Yes, I have a copy of “La Planète Sauvage" on DVD. In English is called “Fantastic Planet”. I was very much inspired by that brilliant movie when I was a teenager and I think I may have done some drawings after seeing the film at school.
I’ve been hiding out in my den like a bear….it’s bitter cold, butI’m doing great. Hope you’re enjoying your Summer.