Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Kvothe Sketch


I've already posted how much I enjoyed The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. Today during sketch time, I tried to see if I could come up with a idea of how Kvothe might look. Not finished yet, but I think I will keep working on him.

11 comments:

Andy-Dublin said...

thats a beautiful picture , I wouldnt be able to put pencil to paper as delicate as yourself but I had an idea in my head of what the chap would look like and by-jasus I think youve got it!! thats a wonderful talent you have ,goodluck

Anonymous said...

i think its a good picture. but there is something missing with him, his eyes speak very well for him, but there is something missing there and his jaw line needs to be stronger with a little more of a boyish charm.. but its still very good.

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

Thank you to the two of you for your comments. I appreciate your honest assessment of the sketch. Thanks for visiting.

Anonymous said...

i think its a very nice drawing i would be pleased if i could get some pieces of you... :D

Anonymous said...

do you think you could draw Bast? I would love to see how you think of him.. in my head right now i have the yonger version on Michael Clarke Duncan as Bast. but if you could, would you try and draw him too.. (Bast that is, not Michael Clarke Duncan)

Hairo said...

Heyy
beautiful picture!!
if you have facebook, please can you add me??

have a great day!!

Nathan said...

I just finished the book, too, and I love your drawing. It's very well done.

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

Thank you all for your comments.

Anonymous said...

I love your interpretation of Kvothe. I honestly think you should draw all of the characters in your spare time. =D

K.A. Denby said...

Your work is astonishing. My breath was nearly taken away when I stumbled upon your blog. Hats off to you. I am now following this blog and look forward to giving it a much more thorough going over. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I can almost see his red hair. Very nice! I would love to see more!