Jean-Luc In The Temple Of The Bulls by magnus073 ()
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This is for (KarmaSong) or better known to his friends as Jean-Luc. He is one of the most talented and brilliant men I've ever had the pleasure to get to know in my life and even more than that is one of my most true friends. (Only someone who was so close to me could tolerate my lengthy letters all the time. LOL ) Seriously though If you have a chance to check out his gallery you are in for a amazing adventure. He has traveled to places I can only dream of and shares them so well through his photos and words. Thanks Jean-Luc for your friendship, it is something I will always treasure for as long as I live.
Jean-Luc In The Temple Of The Bulls: Upon discovering this beautiful and long forgotten temple (a real super one by Mike & Richard ) our hero makes his way through it scoping out all the treasures that lie within. Upon rounding the corner and entering the throne room he encounters a deadly cobra. He doesn't run away, armed with his knife and Bullwhip Jean-Luc instead instinctively reaches for his weapon of choice. HIS CAMERA. So he can capture a shot of this once in a lifetime moment. Thanks and hope I put some smiles on some faces,
So people will know my character is a takeoff from the Indiana Jones movies so you can go check out here to help enjoy this more in case you've never seen the movies or heard of this character. http://www.indianajones.com/site/index.html
By the way this one was a lot of work but so much fun to do.
Megalithic Rooms Set 1 - The Bull Kings Throne BY
Mapps (Michael Mapplebeck) & Richardphotos (Richard
Gorden) Thanks so much guys, I love the set :)
Matt By Daz
Hansel Outfit By Lourdes Mercado
Adventurer Textures For Outfit By Me :)
Digger James Hat, Knife, Belt By
Camera In Free Stuff
Glasses in Free Stuff
Cobra By EF From Zodiac Series
Image Comments (87)
GOLDILOCKSUK () 2:46AM | Sun, 14 October 2007
You always have great ideas for pictures this is excellent! Cathy xoxoxo
lunaE () 7:23AM | Sun, 14 October 2007
Beautiful artwork Dave. The little male character looks great and his expression is just wonderful. The snake and his pose is fantastic done. Outstanding piece of art my friend. Hugs Luna
Gaiadriel () 11:36AM | Sun, 14 October 2007
Braving the temple...undaunted...I think innocence itself will see him past the demons. Wonderful work and dedi, Dave! :)
three_grrr () 10:01PM | Sun, 14 October 2007
This is so perfect! I don't know Jean-Luc that well, only recently having discovered his gallery, but the little I know, you got him right! He is a most wonderful person, and one fabulous photographer! And excellent with other programs as well. I love the portrayal of him as Indiana Jones, in his younger years! Most wonderfully done render, done with great heart and great care!
KatesFriend () 10:44PM | Sun, 14 October 2007
Always enjoyed the adventures of Mr. Jones. However Jean-Luc appears a lot more a ease with snakes than Indy (excuse me, Henry Jr.) ever was.
DRAKELOT () 9:56AM | Tue, 13 November 2007
Fantastic image Dave. I have to use that set ... Awesome *** FAV ***
violet () 6:58PM | Fri, 23 November 2007
LOL.....I must have missed this one....I am glad I saw it now....I just love what you do with the faces....!!!
MedicineBird () 6:24AM | Sat, 22 December 2007
A Wonderful Creation and Dedication Dave, I Do Love Your Works...
Pewter7 () 8:41PM | Thu, 24 January 2008
Wonderful imagery! I love Indiana Jones & The Temple of Doom!
Sylvia () 3:50PM | Fri, 01 February 2008
Incredibly ~Sweet~ Expressions are Fantastic... You are so Talented!! EXCELLENT!! ^5^
Carioca () 2:52PM | Fri, 28 March 2008
Cute scene! Excellent poses. I like the Indiana Jones movies (and also like the Young Indiana Jones TV series).
Seaview123 () 11:23PM | Sun, 14 September 2008
VEry cute looking image. I can see why Indy hates snakes.
novelist () 9:37PM | Sun, 25 January 2009
This is delightful! What a great interpretation. Very clever and fun. Great image for your friend. He is an amazing artist, I agree. I love the facial expression here. And that tiptoeing pose is priceless. : )
myrrhluz () 1:49PM | Sat, 20 November 2010
A wonderful and fun image and narrative! I love the idea that faced with a rearing cobra, Jean-Luc whips out his trusty camera. Of course Indiana Jones didn't really like snakes very much, but then this is not Indiana Jones, but Jean-Luc. I love in the first IJ movie, where IJ goes through all the danger to get the artifact, only to be chided by his friend because he is scared by a snake in the plane. Excellent Temple of the Bulls! I like the Minoan mural. Wonderful composition and details! The POV and the pose and placement of Jean-Luc, make it easy to imagine him as having just come from behind the nearby wall and unexpectedly upon a snake. Terrific expression, eyes lit up in excitement rather than fear. I know that this daring explorer is quite able to handle a cobra, with neither of them getting hurt. I like the dolphin items just beyond the wall. Their partial inclusion is great to make the wall stand out and paint a sequence of events in my mind. Excellent light and shadows, superb scene, and great story!
mariogiannecchini () 3:37PM | Mon, 29 November 2010
Fantastica immagine e molto realistico il serpente !Mi piace molto l'idea della macchina fotografica quale arma di difesa . Mi viene in mente che i fotografi ( anche io ) i caso di pericolo pensano prima a fotografare e solo dopo si rendono conto che era meglio avere paura . Fantastic image and very realistic snake! I really like the idea of the camera as a weapon of defense. It occurs to me that photographers (including me) think the case of danger to photograph the first and only later realize that it was better to be afraid.
LBJ2 () 2:34PM | Tue, 05 April 2011
Wonderful render and composition, Dave. Cool dedi for Jean-Luc. Think i saw some of his 3D products somewhere..so he is a vendor i guess. I am also a long time Indiana Jones fan :) So i could not help smiling about your source of inspiration for this fine image #:o)