Thursday, April 24, 2008

Mucha Muchacha

Ooo...I was doing some experimentation on color variation and cut the same image out of three different kinds of paper. It's Mucha inspired. I think I'd like to do more like this, only take a little more time with the details.




I think one thing I really love about Mucha's work is that the beautiful women that he draws aren't stick thin and they don't have cookie cutter faces. I suppose it was a different era and glamour had a different definition, but I think the beauty he captures is timeless.

5 comments:

s.s parker said...

came across your sight through a friend, and i'm loving your work!! you should sell this piece. it's BEE-E-A-UTIFUL!

dishpantheism said...

i love these! they're really gorgeous! i'm also a mucha fan. he always made his women with such beautiful and interesting profiles. :)

cindy mindy pindy said...

s.s parker, welcome and thanks! Maybe I will sell this one...I'm maybe going to be in an arts and crafts show this summer, so I might need to stockpile my stuff.

dishpantheism, thanks! I know, Mucha wasn't afraid of a girl with a good sized schnoz.

Jane @ Kidzarama said...

Wow, Cindy. You're so talented, and I'd never even heard of papercutting before!

Is there a special sort of paper you use?

Damian said...

I love that guy and what he does with lines. He has a couple of smoking posters that make me reconsider words (of wisdom). He saw beauty in the line and I covet him pretty hard.

These are really nice to.