Inktober Day 31 "slice"steemCreated with Sketch.

in artzone •  5 months ago 

Greetings steemians
Hope you enjoy this fresh new year and all is going well.
Today I want to share with you a picture that originally should have been posted more than 2 months ago - my last piece from inktober series

Slice

"the recipe says clearly - Just one slice of jalapeno pepper"

This one is A3 sized paper (twice the size of my other inktobers) and I took my time doing it through almost all december. slooow, I know. Hope you like it.

But finally it is here. Glad I finally finished it.

process

initial sketch

inking with my beloved pentel brushpen

ran out of ink :( good thing I had spare cartridge

aand done

details

whew... took me almost a week to put this whole post together :(
But I hope you enjoyed it

Cheers

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Nice work - there is allot going on, making it fun to consider what is going on; it paints an interesting story!

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Thank you :)

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I'm blown up by every detail in this image, I mean not only there are a thousan stories in every corner and a hundred emotions on each face but the distorted perspective you gave to the whole piece is amazing, this is a masterpiece, good job!


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Wow, thank you very much. Too bad i didn't make response on time to add some comment.
Another time maybe ;)

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That is one awesome art and I definitely enjoy looking at it! And you drew it on A3 is great since I can see so many details that you put in the picture now :D.
                     
The fish eye lens makes it a bit trippy, kinda cool effect. I really like how expressive your characters are in the drawing, especially since you told me that they're mostly you and your family members, and it's great to see how they're always in one fun adventure or another.      
                   
Congrats for your curie vote, longer ^_^. A great piece!

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Thank you :)
I've been trying out fish eye perspective since I stumbled upon drawings of Kim Jung gi ( you know him? Mind blowing skills).
And yes, it's me, my wife and our three boys.

I feel spoiled with curie votes lately :)

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You are really gooood!

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Thanx, still not as good as I want to be ;)

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I enjoyed your sense of humor and the thorough process shots, as well as the details. Your process is very methodical, something I myself have not the patience or discipline to carry through - my approach is more erratic and spontaneous.
The caption "the recipe says clearly - Just one slice of jalapeno pepper" immediately reminded me of an incident long time ago - besides that, I think recipes are subject to creative alterations to make it interesting, but I digress. Here is my story: we were a bunch of guys cooking a Hungarian Goulash together. Everybody took turns stirring the pot, but also, everybody threw in something of their own, and some if it were really hot peppers, but I don't remember what types, probably the worse you find on this chart: Chili Pepper Types.
Anyway, by the time it was all done, you could not eat this, it would burn your mouth. So what we wound up doing was to sift out the meat and start all over. No need to add any spices now, the meat had absorbed enough of it that the new and improved version was still very spicy. But what to do with the juices? Would be a shame to discard, so we strained it and filled it into bottles for everyone to take home and use as a spice. Mine lasted for a couple of years cooking goulash and adding just a few drops.

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Ooooh I love Hungarian goulash ;)
And as for your story - there's a saying in polish (maybe it functions in other nations as well, not sure) that translates loosely to "where there's six cooks there's nothing to eat" :)
I like spicy food myself but would definitely be scared even to get close to some those pepper types

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Just one jalapeno pepper, okay? Why are you making life more complicated? 😂

Poor mother dear chef... I can only imagine the chaos and excitement having many kids taking their part in the kitchen. 😊

You are very patient to have drawn this with all those details. And very positive too to have posted it even after two months on when it should have been. As they say, better late than never... 😊

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Chaos is part of our everyday routine ;)

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Indeed, it is. It can be fun too, like that on your drawing. 😄

I love the fisheye lens effect.

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Glad you like it :)

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that looks a very chaotic kitchen full of people and with a lot of energy, great art work

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Thanks. Your comment pretty much sums up my life lately ;)

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It does not matter that it is not October. Thanks for sharing this piece of art. You did an incredible job in the sketch. which little by little comes alive. each character transmits something. the little details are great...It's a madness that I love . congrats well done

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Thanks a lot :)

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Crazy inking and details in this piece, yo! Mad respects!

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Thank you doing my best :)

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AMAZING ! You finally finished Inktober 2018 !!!!

Never too late !!!

Wonderful illustration <3 The composition, the detailing, the inking !!! WOW !!! I love this picture, @longer <3 <3 <3

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Yes. And now - party!

Thank you :)

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So much great stuff going on! I guess you get a pass for finishing late. ;-)

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Thanks ;)

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I love the Fisher lens effect.

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Love the fish-eye perspective in this. I would upvote, but the payout period for the post is closed.

WOW you are amazing!!!!

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Very kind of you, Thank you :)

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