Monday, May 9, 2011

Mossy Nolan album cover












Here's some pics of the finished album cover and close ups of individual scenes, as well as what the front cover will look like once it's all folded up.
I was really happy with the way the scenes intertwined and bled into each other and also that I was able to incorporate elements from Mossy's instruments into the piece.

15 comments:

  1. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW
    Damien this is incredible!!!!

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  2. amazing Damien!!
    keep cutting :)

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  3. I keep coming back to have another look. There's so much detail and clever links between the scenes. It's excellently balanced and your detailed line work and 'shading' makes the composition so rich.
    The bicycle wheels Damien! For the love of GAD, the bicycle wheels!
    I really hope you're getting it framed in glass (like the storytelling piece)
    So very ver impressed
    Your brillant Damien!

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  4. Wow! Damien, this is AMAZING! Can't wait to pick up the album!

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  5. Damien that is absolutely amazing, stunning, "A" - fucking awesome, not B or C but A++++++++

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  6. Thanks Brian, looking forward to seeing the finished album too...& hearing it too of course!
    I guess I'm a papercutting swot Emma!

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  7. um........ a genius piece of work
    G.E.N.I.U.S
    I LOVE swots :)

    xx

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  8. Damien you lunatic. Beautifully done!

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  9. Great work damien - like claire i keep coming back to look at it again, and seeing something new each time.

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  10. Man, you've really gone forward with the paper cut this time. An amazing job, congratulations.

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  11. thanks for the kind words peoples!

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  12. Absolutely breath taking peace of imagination and skill,such an enchanting way of depicting our heritage too, I'm in awe of it :)weldone!

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  13. thanks pict-ish, yeah i think a lot of these songs had so much folklore & history to them and such vivid imagery in the lyrics that they were perfect for illustrating

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