Wednesday, April 12, 2006

The Old Man & the Sea

I figured I better put a larger version of the old man on here... because in my intended layout, he's kind of hard to see. There you have it.

9 comments:

Adrian Ropp said...

Now we're talking! Great one, Shane! It's like the old man is just starting to realize his situation.

You know, I don't think I've ever actually scene a floaty like that for sale in my life.

Swanimator said...

Very funny Shane. I love the wide angle shot showing him out in the middle of the huge expanse of ocean. I feel for the poor guy.

Swanimator said...

Also, I like the sunburn effect that just hits the high spots of his exposed white skin.

S.T. Lewis said...

Thanks, guys. And thank you even more for not pointing out that his neck comes out of his right shoulder. I guess you start to mutate after drinking that much salt water.

I figured I had to include the close up shot because I was fond off the sunburn... thanks for noticing, Mark.

Jedulous said...

Awesome. You've really boiled it down to the essential elements in the story. An old man. And the sea. Great. And a heinous sunburn.

Joe Fowler said...

I love the water and sky you created, yet another class I need to take from master Shane.

Taylor Krahenbuhl said...

Great work Shane, that old man is going to peel like a snake for the next 5 weeks with that sun burn. Man do I have a lot to learn from you guys. Awesome work.

Peter said...

I love it

6 said...

Shane this is amazing!
You guys kill me.