Sunday, 18 July 2010

The Ass Scent of Man

24 comments:

Aaron Beck said...
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Teresa said...

WTF!?

Cavematty said...

I never enjoyed looking at a dick so much. You're so gay you can transmit gay through the interwebs.

James said...

This is just like when I'm waiting in line at the bank.

Great job man! You nailed this one.

Aaron Beck said...

arghh! i just deleted my comment! i guess i cant call first in this one...

nice cock modeling bro, your study is really paying off

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mobot said...

anatomically correct. haha

The Pict said...

A very beautiful image full of lovely colours. 10/10

Kirk Hendry said...

I think Jacob Bronowski would approve.

Doug Dutton said...

Hey Greg, Love your painting style!

Ben Mauro said...

What the Matty and Beck said.

Those studies are payin' off bro! :D

The ComicBook Factory said...

HA HA HA! Awesome!

Greg Broadmore said...

Thanks fullahs!
And big cocks, I mean props to Aaron and Ben! I thought you'd be too lazy to make a gay joke, but you pulled it off!
I can always look to youse for good old jock humour!

Teresa said...

what about your experience in Switzerland?

Greg Broadmore said...

Hey Teresa.
Switzerland was great. I had a fantastic time hanging out with my fellow international jurors. It was my second chance to meet and hang out with Doug Trumbull who is an all round fantastic guy.

We watched a lot of films, and it was a split decision between Enter the Void and Dream Home for best film. I loved both (and also Black Death- awesome film), but ultimately, Enter the Void was the winner.
I voted for it, but to be honest my emotions towards it were incredibly mixed.
Long story - short summation: indulgent car-wreck master piece.
And i don't mean car wreck in a literal tie to the films events, I mean in the sense that watching it is like being in a car crash. Something you'll never forget, but not something you want to remember.

I also did a short talk on D9 and Grordbort's along with a couple fellow Wetites. That was fun and well received.
Thanks for asking!

Teresa said...

it sounds like a great experience, I'm glad for you!
(no, no really, I'm actually green with envy)
Well, now you can go back to work. No, wait, you are going to Shanghai now, aren't you? my God....you bloody $%&$%&....!!

Ryan Walsh Art-gallery said...

Your work is great. I really like this picture, its simple and demographic. The shading within the colours are great.
I learned something from it, technically

Christian Pearce said...

Now this I like!

Arkzamdarkdeng said...

awesome..
haha

Ryan Walsh Art-gallery said...

Greg! Its been 1 month! Dont forget about us!

Anonymous said...

I love the look of these.
Similar to the Norm Saunders Nutty initials stickers. Baloon like.
Norm was a genius.
Glad to see youtaking his depraved idea one step more...was it a step too far?
EDISON.

Greg Broadmore said...

Thanks Eddie!
I have never seen Norm Saunders work before (shame on me, just went and checked it out - http://www.normansaunders.com/NttyInt-01.html) but I can see how you would make the link.
I will have to check out more of his stuff.

Too far? I hope not, but I accept that I often forget what most people think is offensive or inappropriate.