Aug, 1 Peeky

 

I agree to the sky and upon receiving your e-mail I immediately researched and then asked why I was being charged for sketches in addition to completed art? Please review your Billings throughout our relationship and show me other instances where I consistently pay this fee. or show me where I agreed to pay it since we started doing business. other than that I have no issue with your bill. If you do not have time to research then adjust your bill for these sketches and if you prove it later, of course, I will pay them.

 

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Peeky

 

 

Aug, 1 Peeky

 

Comments on Jumberello...

You still have them "flying" about. they float...floating things have to be level... They all have to be level regardless of their height. You can vary their tendrils (lacy undersides) by puffing them up like billows to lower or raise themselves and they can have an ever-so-slight tilt to them or to part of their lacy undersides as if moved by air currents...

Also, In order for you to show the characters, viewers have to be level with them or above them. This would cause a delineation in the horizon...of some sort between land and sky.

 

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Aug, 1 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

"Appearance of Uncle Henry"

I will not charge you for it, but you had to say that there should be text before working on a sketch.

I always make a scene composition considering where the text will be placed. Please send the text.

Yes, I remember that Uncle and Aunt should be ghostly or translucent.

I always submit invoices for sketches, it was from the very beginning. This is a very important part of the work. Sometimes I spend more time on the sketches than on the big drawing.

For example, you paid for the sketches:

Jul 6, 2015

Ruslan Vigovsky

Peeky,

$XXX for the sketch. I sent you it with the changes

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Invoice ID: 691128

Sent: Jul 6, 2015

creation of the sketch

$XXX

Invoice ID: 796220

Sent: May 12, 2016

Invoice ID: 691128

Sent: Jul 6, 2015

creation of the sketch

$XXX

You paid for extra work on the sketch.

Invoice ID: 837043

Sent: Aug 14, 2016

This is only a small part of the examples. As you can see, you always paid for the sketches.

I am working on the drawing and will try to complete it tomorrow in the evening or on Wednesday.

Thank you.

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 1 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

"Jumberello scene sketch"

I made them vertical. In this case the diagonal of motion is lost. Diagonal provides dynamics in the composition on the plane. When there is a vertical position, the movement is lost and the object becomes static. Change of position their tendrils do not affect the visual movement. You do not understand the pattern of composition on the sheet plane. This is a serious science.

I depicted the basic two Jumberello in such a way that it would be possible to properly show the pilots, the passengers and the gorge. I attached the sketch. I did everything possible to give motion to the objects with a vertical axis.

Yesterday I sent you a confirmation that you regularly paid for the scenes sketches.

I'm genuinely surprised that you forgot about it. If you want I can send more examples.

You want to take everything, including the sketches in your property, so it's logical to pay for them.

Hope for your understanding.

I am waiting for the payment.

Best regards.

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 2 Peeky

 

Give me a day or two to transfer money into my account and I will pay.

 

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Aug, 2 Peeky

 

OK...here are some illustrations that show motion but does not look like they are flying. Where these have tendrils, you would, of course, use the lace undersides to accomplish. I concede if you want to do some with slight motion like the top jelly in this first image. In the second image, the tendrils flare out. Also in the third image...

[Japanese Sea Nettle Jellyfish, Chrysaora Pacifica Stock Photo]

[Jellyfish, Tentacles, Water, Underwater]

[Jellyfish, Aquarium, Underwater]

 

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Aug, 2 Peeky

 

It would be magnificent if you can use some of the coloring on the jumberello as I show in the following images...

[Jellyfish, Luminous Jellyfish, Light][Jellyfish, Nature, World][Jellyfish, Nature, World][Jellyfish, Jellyfish Collage, Photo Collage, Underwater]

 

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Aug, 2 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

OK.

I am continuing to work on Appearance of Uncle Henry scene and I'm going to send the big drawing tomorrow.

There are no samples in the attachment. Please attach the pictures again.

Thanks.

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 2 Peeky

 

We have so many emails. Which samples do you refer to?

 

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Peeky

 

 

Aug, 2 Peeky

 

I do apologize about the text in the scene unc henry...you are correct. I thought for sure...

i pasted the images and they did not take. I attach here

 

 

Aug, 2 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

I saw a lot of jellyfish and watched them move. First time I saw them at the sea when I was 6 years old.

Well that you agree that all jumberello can not be strictly vertical. I will have to do one more sketch.

 

Ruslan

 

Aug, 2 Peeky

 

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Peeky

 

Aug, 3 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

I made a big drawing to "The Appearance of Uncle Henry". In color, the effects of semi-transparency of aunt and uncle will be more noticeable. The character's faces in color will be more detailed.

Also I attached a new Jumberello sketch. I made some Jumberello with a slight slope, it's better for the dynamics. Hope you will like everything.

I see you paid the invoice (clears after 3 business days)

Thank you.

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 3 Peeky

 

U R almost there...

Unc Henry Scene - plz modify the faces of SCrow, Jim, and Metal Man Chip to look like the characters they do in your other drawings. All else is excellent.

Jumberello Scene... The jumberello holding the passengers need to be bigger or the passengers smaller which is Ok because this is not about the characters.

The characters look unnatural sitting. In the story, the either sit or lounge about. I requested that the jumberello with Jack show him as standing with his arm and hand outstretched as if encompassing the universe...I have attached an image with a couple of body Languages that would work..

Top row, 4th woman from the left; bottom row, 2nd man from the left.

The other characters could be sitting, lounging, or someway looking comfortably natural leaning against cushions...you need not show the faces of the characters other than Jack.

Those in the other jumberello could be looking in Jacks direction also as they are listening to him. You need not show their faces...

That is all, thank you.

 

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Peeky

 

 

Aug, 4 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

Jumberello Scene

I made the passengers smaller and changed their poses.

Although I do not agree that the characters

looked unnatural sitting. You yourself offered an Indian style. I depicted them sitting in a lotus position, that is quite natural. I am attaching an example of lotus position.

Appearance of Uncle Henry.

In the illustration (in the book), these characters on the background will be very small.

I will work in color and there I will be able to make them more similar.

Thanks.

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 4 Peeky

 

The scene looks great. I understand the lotus and it is about the same as the indian style. However they were sitting in such a way that made them look like they were riding a roller coaster. The change looks great.

Please do your best to make the jumberello iridescent and of many different hues and brightness...here is a link to color ideas.

https://www.google.com/search?q=iridescent+color+palette&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS746US746&tbm=isch&imgil=PDX9BphG0XGJBM%253A%253BMvFs9N98sLcwzM%253Bhttps%25253A%25252F%25252Fwww.pinterest.com%25252Fpin%25252F368661919467446568%25252F&source=iu&pf=m&fir=PDX9BphG0XGJBM%253A%252CMvFs9N98sLcwzM%252C_&usg=__gxE1uRxDV0g8cdPDmHY4QKcl0dM%3D&biw=1920&bih=901&ved=0ahUKEwj-q5zV8rvVAhVE5iYKHfJ4DX0QyjcINQ&ei=eYaDWb6LDcTMmwHy8bXoBw#imgrc=Dihxd42xY3yQkM:

 

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Aug, 4 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

OK. I am working on the color of Appearance of Uncle Henry and will start drawing to the Jumberello scene. It will take several days.

 

Thanks.

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 8 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

I completed a color picture of The appearance of Uncle Henry.

Hope you will like it. I working on a drawing to Jumberello scene.

 

Best regards.

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 8 Peeky

 

Good job Ruslan, I think it looks great. It will look good with the text please proceed.

Expect delays, out of the office, when responses are sent from my iPhone-

 

 

Aug, 10 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

OK.

I made a drawing for Jumberello scene. I will make the stars and the Milky Way in color.

If everything is okay, I will do a color picture.

In the meantime, you can send a description of the next scene.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 10 Peeky

 

Your rendering looks great Ruslan...pardon if I misunderstand...by stars - you mean to add additional stars where there is void between and about the jumberello? I would like this as the view is looking upward into the heavens.

Clarification on the milky way...please...I like that swirly circular stream of stars that you show in the upper left of the heavens...however, that is not a milky way. I am not suggesting you remove it. However, I am suggesting that that you add a milky way. Here are images of a milky way...note that it is a band of stars and there is room in the upper right corner to show part of one on the diagonal and proceeding into the background of the jumberello.

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=images+of+the+milky+way+from+earth&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS746US746&tbm=isch&imgil=6dfBtHGNUjgK1M%253A%253BLZxfHp9csJRcSM%253Bhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fwww.youcanseethemilkyway.com%25252F&source=iu&pf=m&fir=6dfBtHGNUjgK1M%253A%252CLZxfHp9csJRcSM%252C_&usg=__ytKOM7d4BKN9c1wevDLPA_nf_y8%3D&biw=1920&bih=950&ved=0ahUKEwjEo5_W8MrVAhXFOCYKHQFiAKQQyjcIPw&ei=pmGLWcS4IsXxmAGBxIGgCg#imgrc=6dfBtHGNUjgK1M:

I will send you the next scene shortly.

 

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Aug, 10 Peeky

 

It is attached...I forgot to mention the fine job you did with the characters in the jumberello - they are perfect. Thank you.

 

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Aug, 10 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

I'm glad that you liked the drawing.

Yes, I will add stars all over the sky as it was shown in the sketch.

What you see in the left upper corner is a stylized Milky Way, like the reference that I'm attaching.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-5BM-WEHgGos/VXAAF84Sj8I/AAAAAAAAJes/G2ratItTv0U/s1600/galaxy.jpg

I will do them in more detail and correctly in color, because there are many light objects on a dark background and it's better to show in color.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 11 Peeky

 

I understand what you say. The swirly star cluster could be another galaxy but not the milky way. We can only see the one arm between us and the sun from the earth. that one arm appears as a band of stars in the images I sent to you. those you could do in white like in the images - powdery dust because their colors which are like many local stars (blue and red) are too far away from us to see. It will be beautiful. Thank you for your patience.

 

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Aug, 12 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

This should be shown at an angle for expressiveness, as shown in the sketch.

Please, answer my last message regarding the sketch for the next scene.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 12 Peeky

 

Not sure what you are speaking of here and could not find your question so I will check the guru messages.

 

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Peeky

 

 

Aug, 12 Peeky

 

See attached files(s) It is your next scene but in checking the message stream I do not see a question about it.

 

 

Aug, 13 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

I attached an image of the Milky Way.

This should be shown at an angle for expressiveness, as shown in the sketch and in this image.

It is strange that there is no that message. I looked through "The Proclamations of Virgil Oz"

scene and will work on a sketch. You offer and I agree that need to show only the massive Wizard's head with evil face. His mouth must be open to show he is speaking.

Also need to place the text correctly (there is a lot of text). No need to show other characters to divert attention from the Wizard's image. Do you confirm this?

Thanks,

Ruslan

  

 

Aug, 13 Peek

 

The image is fine.

I confirm that the image of the Wizard without the others is sufficient. but I do want the rest of the special effects and fireworks( so to speak) otherwise it will not be dramatic.

The text for the image is the last words in the description and in quotes...

 

Text for Scene

“I, Virgil Oz, crossed the Mountains of Madness, lived a lifetime in the dominion of the Knowing, and returned with the Necronomicon. Hear my lamentation and know ye now, that within the Madness, I mastered the very forces that bind time to eternity. Henceforth, hear my words and obey; deny me and I shall scatter your kingdoms as easily as a child scatters his toys.”

 

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Aug, 16 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

I made a color image of the Jumberello scene.

Also please see the attached sketch to the Proclamation scene. I decided to concentrate on the Wizard's face and show him facing to the viewer to make his look impressively.

Of course, all the special effects are difficult to show in the sketch. This will be implemented in the drawing and in color. The text will be at the bottom.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 16 Peeky

 

Wizard Scene - I don't have a problem with his face, but I don't want it taking up more than 20% of the scene. The rest of the scene needs to be the dramatics in the description. If you prefer another scene, I can get you one by sometime tomorrow.

Jumberello - It is really GOING to be spectacular with one change...the jumberello can't be all colored the same. Here is the message I gave you on that subject....

 

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Peeky

 

OK...here are some illustrations that show motion but does not look like they are flying. Where these have tendrils, you would of course use the lace undersides to accomplish. I concede if you want to do some with slight motion like the top jelly in this first image. In the second image, the tendrils flare out. Also in the third image...

[Japanese Sea Nettle Jellyfish, Chrysaora Pacifica Stock Photo]

[Jellyfish, Tentacles, Water, Underwater]

[Jellyfish, Aquarium, Underwater]

 

 

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Aug, 1

Peeky

It would be magnificent if you can use some of the coloring on the jumberello as I show in the following images...

[Jellyfish, Luminous Jellyfish, Light][Jellyfish, Nature, World][Jellyfish, Nature, World][Jellyfish, Jellyfish Collage, Photo Collage, Underwater]

 

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Peeky

 

 

Aug, 17 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

Wizard Scene

I reduced Wizard's face to an acceptable size. In the drawing and color, all effects will look dramatic and realistic.

Jumberello Scene

I thought that every Jumberello should have different shades. I made them different, now they look more interesting. As for their forms, it's better not to change them because their style is already found on the cover.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 17 Peeky

 

good morning Ruslan, I do like the colors much better. One request come if possible. in the sides and corners of the sky version of this image can you put some small, very small, and Tiny Jumberrello signifying them being off in the distance?

On the wizard image...it lacks the magical detail that I am hoping for. Rather than waste your time, please drop that assignment and consider another that I have attached. In that it takes place in the Gorge on jumberello, it should be a quick and easy one as I know your timeline is drawing nigh.

This is another gorge scene, but not about the gorge, but rather a bonding of the characters with the jumberello. Their expressions should reflect their serenity, awe, dripping sadness of beautiful memories, and then Jack in his transformed state. His hair should be a bit more tubular - than the distant image.

If you can figure out a way to convey the musical melody in the image, kudos... Here is an idea I like. This link will take you to ways to show music in art (I welcome your thoughts equally). This particular image uses sheet music as a background. This could be really a unique presentation and I would like you to consider it.

 

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Peeky

 

 

Aug, 17 Peeky

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=images+of+music+in+art&tbm=isch&imgil=yMfJNE-y0vydvM%253A%253BLlSFHF5dyy0_OM%253Bhttps%25253A%25252F%25252Ffineartamerica.com%25252Fart%25252Fmusic&source=iu&pf=m&fir=yMfJNE-y0vydvM%253A%252CLlSFHF5dyy0_OM%252C_&usg=__yHlHwC4bKTPACua7s7QhK3gpW3w%3D&biw=1600&bih=770&ved=0ahUKEwiI68fCrN7VAhWIOyYKHXMuD3EQyjcIRQ&ei=ipaVWYj-Goj3mAHz3LyIBw#imgdii=300FTQ7_3a4IUM:&imgrc=97V1_9_78JKsIM:

 

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Aug, 18 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

1) The gorge and jumberello at night. I added some small Jumberrello, as you requested, so that to keep their movement.

2) Wizard scene

I would like to end this scene.

Please clarify which exactly magical detail would you like to add? I already wrote that all effects (smoke, gloom and shadow, as described in the scene) can not be shown in the sketch completely and this will be clearly expressed in the drawing and especially in color. When this is done in the drawing and color it will very well reflect the idea.

3) New scene.

I can work on this scene and the Wizard scene at the same time.

Please let me know how much Jumberrello do you want to show or only one?

4) I would like to submit an invoice for the work on the Jumberrello scene (sketch, big drawing, color)

and for the sketch to Wizard scene.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 18 Peeky

 

good morning Ruslan, thank you for the additional jumberello. regarding the proclamation of the wizard. I have attached a word file that explains a graphics that I am looking for. If you are unable to produce this, then let's use your time wisely and just move on to the next image.

regarding the number of Jumberello the new Gorge scene this is about the characters. it is not necessary to show other Jumberello other than as part of the background scene showing what one might expect of a background in the gorge.

Regarding Uncle Henry scene...did you provide me one with the text? Sorry if I forgot.

 

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Aug, 19 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

I am working on the sketch to the Proclamation scene. Which exactly words in old English do you want to show? Although according to the text the scroll disappears before the moment of the appearance of the Wizard, I will try to relate these events.

Regarding Uncle Henry scene. It seems you did not give me the text, because you gave up the idea of ??placing the text there at all.

Please answer regarding the invoice.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 19 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

Tomorrow I will send a new sketch to the Proclamation scene.

I am waiting for your reply regarding the words in old English which you want to show.

Regarding the invoice. I would like to submit an invoice for two illustrations (Gorge at night and Proclamation) completely, including drawing and color and if you pay this Monday, then the discount will still work for these illustrations. As you know the funds are transfered longer than I'm working on one illustration (about 14 days).

Please let me know.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 21 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky

 

I attached a new sketch to the Proclamation scene. All effects are difficult to show in the sketch as I said earlier, but the structure can be seen. Since you want to show flaking letters, they need to be shown large, otherwise it will be unnoticeable in this book size.

I am also waiting for your reply to my previous message.

 

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 21 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky

 

I attached a new sketch to the Proclamation scene. All effects are difficult to show in the sketch as I said earlier, but the structure can be seen. Since you want to show flaking letters, they need to be shown large, otherwise it will be unnoticeable in this book size.

I am also waiting for your reply to my previous message.

 

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 21 Peeky

 

good afternoon wrestling, Ruslan, help me out? I understand you have an outstanding question about Old English but I am not sure what it relates to so please restate your question and what image it's supposed to accompany. Thank you

 

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Aug, 21 Peeky

 

Ok - bill me. thx...

 

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Aug, 21 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

My question about Old English refers to the Proclamation scene. I added the scroll and letters to the sketch. You requested in Word file of Aug, 18: "Show some words in old English" Please specify which words. I attached a sketch in which I marked the places where they can be placed.

I sent an invoice.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 21 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

I'm working on a sketch for the Day Scene of Gorge.

If I show one Jumberello, then I should to depict there the same characters as in the previous Gorge scene: Dorothy, Toto, Jack, Scarecrow and Tee. Correctly? Or will something be changed. Does the scene take place at daylight? Please clarify.

Have you received the invoice and is everything OK with that?

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 21 Peeky

 

Yes - the same characters on the jumberello with Jack, but a close up of Jack and perhaps one other pilot (your call) in the background. It is a daylight scene. Maybe save a bit of room for some text. But I do not have time to figure it until Tues or wed

 

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Aug, 22 Peeky

 

Apologies - If they are falling and twisting - no word is necessary. If it is on the scroll then, "Proclamation"

 

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Aug, 22 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

I see the payment process is started. Thank you.

Please see the attached image. This is just a rough layout of the parts, then I'll do a more detailed sketch. I placed everything so that to show the characters and jumberello close-up.

Also the notes (music) go well with jumberello tentacles and give dynamics.

I'm working on a big drawing to the Proclamation scene. I will put the word "Proclamation" in the drawing.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 22 Peeky

 

This is too much like the others and what do you think about showing a close-up of Jack? I like that music.

Expect delays, out of the office, when responses are sent from my iPhone-

 

 

Aug, 23 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

I'm working on the drawing to the Proclamation scene.

I'm thinking how better to show close-up of Jack.

If to do this, then the other characters will be in the background.

Tomorrow I will send a new sketch.

 

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 24 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

Please see the attached image. This is just the concept of the location of the characters.

I placed them so that facial expressions could be seen. Then I will make a more detailed sketch.

I'm working on the drawing to the Proclamation scene.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

Aug, 24 Peeky

 

Greetings Ruslan.

The location of the characters and their positions are fine. However, you are showing them on the jumberello as signified by the curve above their heads This background of their jumberelo behind them can't be unless they are laying on it otherwise they should be falling to the earth.

So what I would like to see is perhaps a small portion of the jumberello like they are sitting on a platter with raised sides with the circular part possibly coming up to their legs or at least enough so that the characters can be seen or it is understood that they are resting on the jumberello. Rather than the jumberello they rest upon as a background, please show parts of the Blue Sky with other distant small jumberello, maybe a cloud or two and possibly a rugged mountainside wall on the right side only.

Please really blow up Jack's neck, mouth, and add some good detail to making his head hairs looking thick individually as best you can...

 

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Peeky

 

 

Aug, 25 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

I made a drawing to the Proclamation scene.

Hope you will like it. The effect of the translucency of the head will be shown in color.

Also I will place a block of text in the color image. It will be light on a dark background.

Also please see the attached sketch. I showed the basis of jumberello as you asked,

Although in this composition I can not show Jack as closely as in the previous sketch.

If everything is okay with this composition, I will work on the details.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

 

 

Aug, 25 Peeky

 

Wow...WOW! WOW! The wizard is something! I sure hope the special effects come through. This is really incredible.

On the jumberellos scene...try not to charge me too much for this change and let me know what you think about it...

What if we do a bust of Jack with the music and perhaps more or less of a bust on the other characters but with the purpose of showing only the dreamy euphoria/spiritual bliss on their faces... They do not need to be connected to the bodies because it is a spiritual concept. This would allow for a close up of jack and emotional conveyance with the interference of bodies and sky etc.

 

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Aug, 26 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

I'm glad that you like Proclamation scene drawing, I will be working on the color image.

Jumberello scene

I have attached that version which corresponds to what you want and which I did before.

But the dome of the jumberello should also be shown so that it's clear where the characters are.

Hope that everything is fine and I will work on this sketch in more detail.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 26 Peeky

 

OK I trust you...

 

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Aug, 28 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

 

Please see the attached images.

Color Proclamation Scene.

I did Wizard's head more translucent, but then the image lost its significance.

I think that now I found a balance between certain effects and the Wizard's image.

Hope you will like it.

Sketch for Jumberello Day Scene.

All the details will be more worked out in the drawing.

Thanks,

Ruslan

 

 

 

Aug, 29 Peeky

 

Before I forget - if you gave me the appearance of Henry without text I do not recall seeing it. Also what did you tell me about sending me the larger files in three formats?

Ok back to the Wizard. I am attaching a file with the parts missing from the image.

This scene is supposed to be chaos...but it looks too uniform. the dark background is supposed to be billowing clouds or billowing fog - it is fairly uniform darkness which adds no personality other than uniform darkness. Check out the attachment and the yellow highlights.

The letters should also be sparkled and glittery - at least some and and others can be pieces that have disintegrated into glittery dust. They also fade into nothing and some can be translucent. to do this they may need to be smaller at least some.

I did not highlight the text but the wizard need not be translucent - he can be appearing from within a swirl of fog or cloud.

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Jack Music scene. Please get his body involved - this is an intense spiritual

experience - arms spread, into a bow, palms to the heavens, and head thrown back.

With his head thrown back, his neck will be exposed and you can show his bull frog neck, with gills and huge mouth quite well. you capture his hair very well. Good job on Dorothy's and Tee's expressions. You could show Dorothy with one raised hand. Please give one of them watery eyes and a tear or two.

Thank you for the opportunity to be of service!

 

Peeky

 

 

Aug, 29 Peeky

 

After ...hear my words, Oziian Witches, and obey...

 

Thank you for the opportunity to be of service!

Peeky

 

 

Aug, 31 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,

The appearance of Uncle Henry.
Of course I can send you it in Tiff format through gmail.
But the High res JPEGs I sent, it is absolutely suitable for any printing and there is no sense in sending Tiff. As for the text, you refused to use the text and did not give me that.

Proclamation scene.
I made these additions. Doing too great effects is not necessary,  because the image of Wizard is the main.

Jack Music scene.
I changed his gesture, but you did not say before that need to show such an expressive image of Jack, especially since he is a pilot and stands near the control panel. In addition, I changed the composition for expressiveness. As for Dorothy, if to show her with a raised hand, it will be bad for this composition. I will depict watery eyes and a tear in the drawing.

Thanks,
Ruslan

 

 

 

 

Aug, 31 Peeky

 

I sent you the text twice - check the message stream on that image and asked you for it not that long ago too.


Thank you for the opportunity to be of service!
Peeky

 

 

Sep, 1 Ruslan Vigovsky

 

Peeky,
What do you mean: what text and what image?
If it is regarding the Proclamation scene, I certainly read the text.
However, I create the image so that to keep the integrity of the composition and any additions need to be done so that to maintain a balance. In addition, I did everything on the basis of the drawing that you approved. Please see the attached images before and after.
I added billowing clouds and fog, made the letters more sparkling, some of them fade into nothing and some are translucent and smaller. If to add more clouds and fog the scene will be oversaturated with details and this is bad for the Wizard image because it is the compositional and semantic center of this illustration.

Regarding the Jack Music scene, I made all the changes and additions except Dorothy's raised hand, because this is bad for this composition, I already wrote about it.

Hope for your understanding.
Thanks,
Ruslan