Thursday, December 9, 2010

Burger Joint

 Following up on the thumbnails from the last post.  The colored version.

18 comments:

victoriaying said...

Oh so lovely! The quality of light really comes through!

David Smit said...

Really cool stuff man! I'll definitely follow you! ^^

Isaac Orloff Illustration said...

Yeah Bummer! I met so many people at CTN i am having a hard time remembering everyone. I thought about getting a shirt printed with my name on it or something to wear, but i figured that was altitle un professional looking. Next time I think i may have a table just to make meeting everyone easier, thanks for stopping by my blog!

Marcos Mateu said...

Zombie locations for zombie stories!
Are they for a specific show?

Walter Gatus said...

Beautiful work Chris.

Gabby Zapata said...

Ahhh your work is fantastic!! Thanks for stopping by!! :) :)

Laura Braga said...

Amazing colors and very nice lights Chris!!
Excellent illustration as always!
My compliments and good work!
**Greetings** :)

Shuku said...

Aunt Lola's favourite burger joint had closed down years ago, but the moment Rascal saw it, he knew it was just -perfect-. Every zombie needs a burger joint that sells brains and medulla fries. Rascal could just smell it - the sweet, sweet putrefying scent of frying brains and success.

Nice work, champ. :) Really have to chat with you again soon, hope school ain't driving you crazy yet!

Erol said...

Nice lighting!

Ana Cobos said...

O_O I love all your works!!!!thaks!!! ^^

Brandon said...

great color work! Glad I found your blog.

Jparked said...

wow... what more can I say?

C.Deboda said...

Thanks all!

Isacc: That's probably still better than me wearing my old Comic Con name badge at CTNX. :(

Marcos: It's actually for a environment design class I'm taking on the side.

Ken said...

very nice :)

Simon Scales said...

Hey Chris - nice man!!

Alina Chau said...

AWESOME mood!!

Laura Braga said...

...A special wish for a merry Christmas and happy new year, Chris!
:)
See U!

Adam said...

Nice lighting, really brings out the story of that place! :]