Another day, I was sniffing around Frank Cho's message board.
That is something I often do, because guys hanging around there are quite my kind of people.
And there are massive threads loaded with hand picked hot chicks from all around the web, with something for everyone's taste, and with me being omnivorous when it comes to that kind of consumption, pretty much everything I find is to my taste :)
However, I was bored so I started checking other sections of the board, and I came across the info about some gallery in Chicago putting up a Frazetta tribute exhibition.
I quickly rushed to submit my crappy, long ago drawn, death dealer tribute, but unfortunately I was more than two weeks late so I got bumped.
Which is fair enough, particularly since a lot of work already submitted was pooping on every pixel of my piece, so by rejecting my late submission, people over there did me a huge favor.
However, it got me looking at late Frank's gorgeous work again, and I decided to do a Frazetta tribute once a month from now on.
I wanted it to be Frazetta piece, but drawn by Milenko with all of my deformations, quirks and stupid jokes that no one cares about.
So this is a January piece of Frazetta, done by Milenko.
I started sketching it at about 11 PM tonight, and am posting it here now at 2.30 the same night, which means it took me about 3. 5 hours to do, but if I cut out all the time I've spent smoking, and about 45 minutes I've spent dancing to the ridiculous but addictive turbo folk songs from Sejo Kalac, an old country's king of glass breaking pub culture, it probably took me a bit over 2 hours to do it full steam.
Not that time matters at all.
I always find it silly how some people brag about drawing cool stuff fast.It does not matter in the end, as long as you drew something really cool, I do not give a shit if it took you five minutes or five days to get it done.
I am only pointing at the time I've spent on it so it does not get judged too harshly.
Back to King Sejo,
apparently, he is coming to Australia to entertain the masses in diaspora, and I would not miss his performance for anything.
There will be drinking, dancing, broken glass everywhere as well as the opportunity to exchange kind words, kicks and punches with my fellow country men.
How could you miss such event?!
For your amusement, here's the link to one of the songs I am looking forward to hearing.
Who the belly dancing chick is, I have no idea, but watch to around 0:29 seconds of the video, that is when Sejo himself makes an appearance.
I love that shit.
And here's the art :)
Cheers to all,