Monday, October 1, 2007

120. Found Skull #3: Oil & Vinegar

I was casting about for today's skull when happily one revealed itself to me in the remnants of my olive oil and balsamic vinegar at dinner. Below my interpretation in charcoal...

BONUS: As I was working with the original photo I noticed a creepy image in the right "eye". This is an actual unedited close-up (seriously this isn't Photoshop trickery)...

9 comments:

jesirose said...

Very cool :)

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwsBBIIXT0E

i saw this and thought of you. it's a video of cool "reverse-graffiti" and the creation of many, many skulls.

enjoy!

Fin said...

so here's the thing - i think that what i like best about your work is the detail part - it's not cartooney (flat, 2 dimensional) but right up there with all the light and dark that skulls deserve. see how you are?

today's word - gsdbfy
dyslexic in me says "god's beefy" and i'm sticking with it.

Tatman said...

You eyed a skull in the eye of a skull. Creeeeeepy!

Zapruder C said...

We have reestablished the Warren Commission and NASA to study the pictures.

I'm sticking with a lone salad eater theory, where there is room for a magic skull.

#5,825

Marin (AntiM) said...

It took me a minute to find your skull. I saw a couple others...

Skulls on the brain.

Which would be a good name for a band.

Monster-Maniac said...

Very creepy!

Kim said...
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Kim said...

Tasty! I like the nested skulls thing, it appeals to my nerdy interests.

Maybe you could do a golden ratio skull. Or, maybe you could place a skull between two mirrors facing each other, and have infinite skulls!