10.12.08

Tail-Gunners

It took me ages to finish this. I drew it on 4 seperate sheets of A4 so that it was easy to carry around and do bits when i could. I selotaped them together from the back. I couldn't really do anything with it printwise because i only have an A4 scanner and i couldn't be bothered to piece it together in photoshop, so i put it up on my wall.

8 comments:

Beezer B said...

Put it in a gallery. That's some monumental battling.
It's pretty scurry what you can do with a bit of extra paper. Hope to see more big pieces from you like this and the print. It takes a whole extra mouthful of breath away.

Kevin said...

Amazing to see it all in one piece! It can't stay on your wall though. No no, that will not do. I'll help with any photoshop /carpentry/ projection work if you agree to turn it into a MASSIVE screenprint once the weather gets warmer. Deal?

Turok Reader said...

ahhhh, flipping fantastico my good fellow!! This needs to be gallerised. I like how everyone is a bit of a bad shot!

Hurk said...

Ha Ha, yeah their aim is a bit like that of the A-Team, they fire a lot of bullets but no-one gets hit. If only the real world would take up this technique wars would be a lot less bloody.

Dom said...

Jings! That's fantastic!

BADDA, BADDA, BADDA!

Anonymous said...

That's something a bit special, quite right that people are telling you it needs a bigger audience, fantastic stuff. Being successful at working on a large piece in A4 segments, I wonder if it's tempting to go larger? 3x3, 4x4 or perhaps something in a Bayeux tapestry style?? For the gunners alone, my hat's off to you!
Lt Chalonj

Anthony Hope-Smith said...

Good lord!
Not fair for it to only be up on your wall! What about the rest of us? This needs to be made into a poster that is available to purchase from the Hurkulaneum. I have an A3 scanner that scans black and white very nicely!
This is all very greedy of me in light of what just arrived by postman...

Craig Collins said...

That's a really cool piece of work! Great fun - it makes me think of the Bash Street Kids a little, the big wraparound covers they'd do for the Beano annuals.