Sunday, November 9, 2008

Eye of the Beast


This is a portion of the piece I did for a Princess book project at work. Everyone was asked to create pieces and from the ones that I have seen, it`s going to be a great book.
I was not sure if it was ok to put the image up so I just played it safe. The team did a book with the same theme using Pooh and friends and it was amazing and it makes it that much more special to be working with the same amazing group on this one.

11 comments:

Vince M. said...

Eddis, this one's a beauty. It perfectly encapsulates the whole theme of peril inherent in every Princess journey.

It would have been nice to see a larger version of this detail though, as it seems to have a nice life of its' own.

Great work, very inspiring.

Ry's Photo Blog said...

Hey man, when do I get to see the rest? I like what I see so far....

Ed said...

You guys are to kind, thank you.
I`ll show you the whole piece at work.

Vince M. said...

Ed said:
"The team did a book with the same theme using Pooh and friends and it was amazing and it makes it that much more special to be working with the same amazing group on this one."

It's an even more amazing team with you as a member. I've always been happy at work, but you have brought this studio up to a whole new level Eddie.
It's so nice to be in your orbit. And to have you as a friend. Keep inspiring us Eddis.

Ed said...

Thanks Vince, it`s a strong team. If there was any kind of insecurity then there would be problems, trust me I witnessed it and those who were insecure only pretended to be part of the team. They only looked out for themselves and didn`t care if they ruined it for all the others.

Only the strong survive, the weak turn tail and run away only to lie another day.

Stéphane Kardos said...

Breakdance!

Tanner said...

Yes, Breakdance Eddie!!

Vince M. said...

Get out the linoleum!!!

Stéphane Kardos said...

UPDATE YOUR BLOG!!!
Tnaks. that's a new word for you :)

Vince M. said...

C'mon Eddis, you've had a few days off, let's snap to it!

Stéphane Kardos said...

UPDATE YOUR BLOG!