Very well done.
Unlikely! The changes are either in a different drawing style, or they’re bits of other zerosen drawings pasted in with photoshop. In one case, the drawing was cropped to remove the copyright mark; in another, the copyright mark was laboriously removed and the background pencil texture repaired using the clone tool. There’s no way this was done by zerosen, or with his permission. (The same has been done to my work sometimes too). But thank you for presenting them side by side, it makes comparison easier!May be Zerosen faked himself some of his works by lack of time ?
I was trying to guess which one of these was the original, as these two both show signs of digital alteration.. turns out they are both fakes, here’s the original (MUCH better in my opinion
I don't know either. To me it is extremely disrespectful to alter anyone's original work. It's almost like you're saying "I can make it better", or "you should have done it this way". Like you said it's never an improvement, and unless you're willing to ignore copyrights, you can't put your name on it anyway. So what's the point.I was trying to guess which one of these was the original, as these two both show signs of digital alteration.. turns out they are both fakes, here’s the original (MUCH better in my opinion
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I always wonder what goes through people’s heads when they do this…
“I love Zerosen’s drawings so much! So I’m gonna change them…” The changes are rarely (if ever) improvements, and not really tributes…. How very different from @gerembeau ’s commission with medxo , a fascinating project, and a real tribute to Zerosen.
What a marvellous gift! Unfinished works often show the artist’s thinking even more than finished ones.. great drawings.
I exchanged a few emails with him back about 20 years ago while on one of the old yahoo groups. We had a mutual interest in fighter planes from ww2. At that time he was no longer drawing torture scenes, and said he likely wouldn't be in the future. He said he had to stop because doing that type of artwork was too exciting and was hard on his heart. I don't know if he was joking, or serious. I never contacted him after that, and I kept that email address confidential as he requested. Don't have any other information about him.With Zerosen? No..
Thank you so much for posting these. All but the first one is new for me.
These sketches are pretty close to being priceless imo. Thank you so much for sharing them .Ok more unfinished works of our iconic artist -. For Wulf, he told me once he met Georges Pichard himself in their publishing house, when he made a book "laura's fantasms".