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Ink drawing on Fabriano Rosapina 285gsm. Original size 28×28cm.
black, compton, dog, ink, paul, white
Paul Compton’s artworks take the form of drawings, prints, handmade books and zines. His work displays an ongoing interest in vignettes, animism, outsiders, literature, the occult and the Victorian era.
This is beautiful Paul, love the intense details of the lines & scratches. Poor little Dog looks so sad
Thankyou pinkyjain. I began this picture by just cross-hatching endlessly and the dog emerged all by itself. It was a really special experience.
– Paul Compton
LOL!! And that’s what happens most of the time! They do it all by themselves ;)Fantastic drawing Paul!! I do like it a lot!
yes incredible, how big is this by the way, i can only imagine the wrist cramps this caused.
Reminds me of Maurice Sendak’s crosshatching. Beautiful.
There is something magical about this drawing and the other one I’ve seen like it. It’s as if they are their own type of creature living in the dark of the ink. The exhibition you mention, a chance to see the originals, would be something not to miss. Extraordinary work.
the black dog has long since become the symbol of depression and melancholy, and you’ve captured the beast in truth (or allegorical truth) here. well done. i’m not a stranger to the dog showing up at my own door unannounced so can relate to his sudden, unexpected emergence in your cross-hatching. churchill wasn’t alone. have you heard nick drake’s song ‘black-eyed dog?’ haunting. beautiful. sad. like this picture. thank you.
Wonderful. I love his sad eyes and droopy face.
Gorgeous work, love the way you’ve done this!
Way unique drawing style… the crosshatching is a bit reminiscent of Maurice Sendak as mentioned, but I’ve never seen drawings quite the same… Uniqueness is fabulous, keep it up.
Oh, this is precious… The cross-hatching is truly beautifully done.Haunting piece.