Tuesday, 23 October 2007

^_^ oekaki



10 comments:

Le Bienheureux said...

i love the way you use software like paint or oekaki to make great paintings!an i think your drawings are the best mix between jap'and us aimation i ever met.

Romain Ronzeau said...

This one seems really sad and lonely. Quite a contrast compared to the joy of the last one you posted. Your oekaki stuff is really beautiful.

JAVIER HERNANDEZ said...

very original this last works.are nice and fresh,good!!

alberto mielgo said...

AAAhh maestro acciari, how nice are your girls.

Will Finn said...

CLAUDIO!!! I just found your blog by way of Marcos'--your old link doesn't work any more, but I guess youknow that.

Great to see your work again--i hope you are well my friend!
best
Will

j.caro said...

muy buena tecnica, enhorabuena

jesusalonsoiglesias said...

remind me some old ilustration styles.
they look really great and gorgeous.
very nice as always

Uncle Phil said...

Your blog is incredible! Thanks for blowing my mind.

claudio acciari said...

Bienheureux MERCI!!!! I'm totally in love with oekaki approach since years ago.I use to watch incredible stuff made by many japanese illustrators.They are real masters.In some of my link you can find great stuff.In Italy I grew up watching anime and american animation, I gues in France it was the same situation than in Italy.But I always find the japanese universe more interesting.
Ciao

Romain thanks a lot ^_^. I was watching some covers of old records produced during the 60s 70s. They are great.During those days I guess the artistic taste reaches really hight levels.I believe pixels force me to think in 2 dimensional way.It's a way to think I feel comfortable with.^_^

Javier, grazie! I always think that what I do is something that born already old ah ah.Your comment bring me up.Thanks

Maestro Alberto.ah ah.Girls are my prefer subject.Curves are the best things in nature...and every girl knows that...

Hi Will! Good to see you again!!! Yes my old blog had various problems.It was a smart choice to jump in "blogspot". It's easier to manage everything.^_^

J.caro, ciao e GRAZIE MILLE! ^_^

Jesus ^_^ graziegraziegrazie mille!!!It is a period of time that I'm watching just illustrations made during the50s 60s.They are fantastic! I notice that my taste is based on what I use to see when I was a child.I've many books at home full of "old" illustrations, but to me they are more fresh than the stuff we use to see in every magazine nowdays.

claudio acciari said...

Uncle Phil, THANKS ^_^ and nice to meet you.Great,great,great stuff in your blog!!!!!