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In Pen/Ink/Wash 210 x290
From My Nursery Cryme Series ( 1992 – 1997 )
No # 33
john dicandia, pinocchio, crime, dark
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– John Dicandia ( JinnDoW )
Dastardly drawing Giovanni. Love it.
Hehe! I love that word “Dastardly”. Thank you Lisa. Hope you’ve been well. : D
Love this dark version of an old story !!!
One of my favourite stories and maybe one of my little obsessions too. : D
Decadent plus! Suberbly dark and fiendish!
Well you should know now, that’s me in a nutshell! : D
Superbly I meant to say haha! Must be drunk as a skunk!
Oh Annie! What will we do with you! : D
Wonderful work, xo
Thank you again Anna. Always great to hear from you. xo
So good that it is absolutely criminal!!!December 8, 2011
Thanks Deborah! He’s just another small time hood who got bumped off! : )
wow. that is something to behold. concept rocks, but your technique of inking is crazy good!!!the darkness and mystery of this is delicious John. i almost want to see a little more of that aqua (from left sleeeve) climbing up the “P”. mucho mucho good.
Hello Yvonca, my technique was looser rather than tight and I employed a bit of marker to give it some edge. I created a whole series of these drawings, some of which are missing. I went through a period where I fascinated by the dark side of fairy tales and their sinister origins many of which were quite violent.
Wow Devilish John! : )
That’s me Ronnie! : D
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