Daily Sketch #6 Ugolino and His Sons

in art •  last year

Today sketch is about surviving.

Sketch based on sculpture, showing Ugolino della Gherardesca, with his sons and grandsons. They were detained in the Muda, a tower belonging to the Gualandi family. In March 1289, the keys were thrown into the Arno river and prisoners were left to starve. That medival times!

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Based on Ugolino and His Sons
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, 1867

Dzisiejszy szkic jest o przetrwaniu.

Na podstawie historii Ugolino della Gherardesca. W 1289 został uwięziony wraz z dwoma synami i dwoma wnukami w wieży, klucz został wrzucony do rzeki Arno. Więźniowie zmarli z głodu. Średniowiecze w pełnym rozkwicie, jak bym czytał Sapkowskiego!

Na podstawie Ugolino and His Sons
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, 1867

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It's gorgeous, great technique!

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Thank You! I just started my journey with steemit, have a great day!

jestem zachwycona stylem twoich prac. :)

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Dziękuję, A ja czekam na więcej zdjęć Japońskich piesów! No i oczywiście czarny humor, może być z Hitlerem :D

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I love your work - great stuff! I was also thinking along those lines to set-up a new series based on such a technique! Keep up this great work!

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Thank You! Have a great day! :)

Nice drawing!! i like your style!

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Thanks my Korean brother ;) Have a great day!

Great drawing!

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Thank You, I just joined Steemit, will try to upload as much as can :)

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Please do! I just followed you

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Same for u :)