Thursday, April 14, 2005


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its gorgeous! I really wish I could do something like that. I know its only black and white but the shadows deepen it, making it look almost real. I want something like that on my wall. It also reminds me of one of my favorite 1920's artist but I think this is better, sharper in image.

3:45 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

You're right, the black and white does add a realistic quality. In fact in the documentary segment of the DVD they showed some of Lotte's colored peices (requested by her client) and they did not have the same quality as her b&w preference, in fact they resembled cartoons. You could try to do something like it, it would be an interesting challenge, if you do make an attempt, let me know. I've thought about it too, Lotte makes us want to try.

4:31 PM  
Anonymous TheSimiKitty said...

This is true. I've been looking everywhere for the Achmed video. Its amazing, I got rid of netflix a month ago because they kept sending my DVDs to the wrong apartment... now I want it back! I hope everything is going all right with you. I'm gonna search some more.
Simi! >^.~<

3:46 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

You can buy the DVD version here at Amazon it includes the special documentary that covers Lotte's life and career. Thanks for posting simikitty, I've had a lot of fun talking with you at CGChat, I hope you stick around!

4:30 PM  

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