Donna Quixote by faroutsider ()
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A whimsical interpretation of the classical tale of Donna Quixote, chivalrous terror of windmills, seen here deep in conversation with her loyal but dim-witted squire, Sancho Panza.
Background created in Vue 8.4 Infinite, characters posed and rendered in Poser 8.
Image Comments (28)
the best, the best...the cats are saying, "don't tell Cervantes, but this is, like, soooooooo much better than the original..." Just a delight. Here Mavka is self-assured carrying her sword; and Pancho, for all his clown like nature, is all serious, trying to keep up with her. The lighting is just enough to make them stand out in this dark scene. And the dramatic sky and silhouetted windmill are wonderful. I love Sancho's hat---in fact both their outfits are really fine & placed on the models with great accuracy & care. And the whole concept of riding cats is the best. Terrific detail on all of Sancho's accouterments: His shoes (great medieval foot wear, Nike for the medieval set), his water or wine bottles, his sleeping roll, and that great hat (kind of a foolscap to fit his personality). She's the smaller of the two, but from her posture, she's clearly leading the way. Delightful! I love it. Very subtle & witty. And the bag on sancho's left side (our right) almost looks like he's got a camera in there. Really fine piece, Craig.