I wanted a picture to help me keep my hero, Fendor, from my evolving story Divine Death clear in my mind. I could not find a magazine clipping or picture on-line that fit the person I had in mind.
I decided to draw him.
I began a sketch Sunday, but abandoned it after showing it to my daughter. She took one look at what I now call
Pseudo-Fendor and told me he looks just like Firenze from the Harry Potter movies. Back to the drawing board for me, but at least you get a laugh.
He looks like Ron Perelman. He's Perelman-esque.ReplyDelete
:) write what you see in your mind...after all it is your story to tell!ReplyDelete
He looks sorta like Fabio.ReplyDelete
Aren't kids the best? Three year old told me today my butt is big.
Love to see yoou having fun...keep sharing!
That's a great picture...of Fabio (I'm with cindra on that one).ReplyDelete
I'm a visual person too, and it helps to "see" the character you're writing about.
Diesel: esque is better than pseudo; snazzy.ReplyDelete
Pauline: Pictures help me remember certain things, like that Fendor is left-handed.
Cindra: And now Fabio is too old to grace the cover; D Kids are our harshest critics and usually without malice.
Phoenix: I think Fabio may be a worse visual than Firenze. Certain key aspects are easier to remember when I have a strong picture.
I like it. It is certainly better than the stick figures I can produce.ReplyDelete
Looks like you pretty good to me... but, I have trouble drawing a straight line.ReplyDelete
I can see a hero in there though, lolReplyDelete
But yeah, I can see what she is saying.
As far as Cindra, ya know, there is the perspective thing, the little ones are so CLOSE, it just looks larger to them.
A couple years ago I got this one,
"Mom, I just love hugging you because your so squishy."
Mr. Fab: But he can't compare to your Sculpey Figures.ReplyDelete
Mizmell: I have trouble walking a straight line. I just tripped in my flip flops a minute ago.
Logo: That's what my husband says to me.
Hee hee ... little kids could be the best critics. They mean no harm, but they tell it like it is! :)ReplyDelete
Daughter may be right, he does, a little - but I'm still amazed you can draw, as well as write! You got all the talent. When I read your story, I see a sort of dark Charlston Heston type.ReplyDelete
Dan: They are not ashamed of their honesty.ReplyDelete
Jackie: Thank you for reading my story. I will be adding to it soon.
If I were to draw me a man he would have muscles like this...the eyes scare me though. You are certainly multi talented.ReplyDelete
Hey!!! how about Starbucks now that the heat wave is almost over...call me!!! I need to have a good time and some laughs :)
It's a good drawing. Really. But the hanging belt looks like...well ya know, it looks a bit like a soft dick. Just sayin'. BIG, soft dick. And I mean that in the best possible way of course.ReplyDelete
Mo'a: Yes, from the neck up, I'm not happy with him; DReplyDelete
TLP: I guess from the waist down, now, too" )
I never laughed, honest, well maybe just a small snigger. Actually, my first thoughts were, how talented can one woman be, writing and drawing!ReplyDelete
I like his arms. But that's me.ReplyDelete
Bazza: You are sweet, but it is ok to laugh.ReplyDelete
Gawilli: Arms are good; D
You do draw amazingly well. I am with TLP as I wondered about how did he knot his, well you know - dick?ReplyDelete
He's your hero - he can look however you want him to look! (Mine would be mousy with wire rim glasses and a quiet thoughtful expression.)ReplyDelete
G: I guess I can't help with the innuendo even in my drawings. I have a dirty mind...our you two do; DReplyDelete
Purple: I like my men in all shapes and sizes. Can I have more than one?