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Yeh, he looks pretty sad…
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Sweet :) thanks buddy. The tragedy of Elvis’ life and death is one that has always resonated very strongly for me. This image speaks to me more about ‘life lost’ than it does about ‘love lost’. But I guess the simplicity allows it say different things for different people.
A winner I think :))x
thanks Anita. Glad you like it. :)I think we got a lot more from Elvis than he gave to himself, so I wish I could share this win with him.
aww, thanks mate. .. and good to have you back. :)
Splendiferous to be back ;o)
i am all shook up….ah ah …good stuff ian )
hehe, good to hear. :) thanks Ian.
cool. thanks Jo ! :)
I would like to know more about the copyright to this image of Elvis please?…Thank you….x
Hi Doreen, thanks for asking. Since you probably found your way here via one of my ‘anti-fraud / anti-copyright infringement’ articles that have caused such a buzz lately you’d already know how seriously I take the issue. This particular work however is the most borderline work I’d done and I welcome feedback. This is a digital painting based on a photo (as most paintings and sketches are). The photo was no doubt covered by copyright, but I didn’t copy any part of it, only using it as a reference to create this.Given that the result is a simple stylised graphic, I understand that it would look like it might have been copied. With that in mind I’m surprised that you’re the first person to ask the question. I thank you for caring enough to ask. If you’re not familiar with my articles (now removed) you can see the latest commentary on them here