Friday, December 31, 2010

Godfried Teutonicus




At the time this portrait was created, Godfried Teutonicus was 343 years old. He was the patriarch of a respected dwarf clan, and the grandfather of the famous Hericus Teutonicus, the last dwarf on the Serbian soil.

From the book “Banished Demons”, Orfelin Izdavaštvo, 2010.
Text Copyright  © Petar Meseldžija, 2010.

Godfried Teutonicus and I wish you a Happy New Year!!

15 comments:

  1. This is AWESOME!! Happy New YEar!

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  2. Fabulous !
    Thanks Petar and Happy New Year to you and Anita !

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  3. Alina – Happy New Year to you, too!

    Larry – Thank you for your continued support. All the very best to you and Pat Ann in the New Year.

    Cheers!

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  4. It's amazing what you can do with a peice of carbon embedded in a stick of wood. Bravo!

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  5. I wish you the best for the new year Petar.

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  6. Wonderful! So full of life and expression. Thank you for all the inspiration. Happy New Year!

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  7. Best Wishes and Happy New Year Everybody!
    Thank you for sharing your imagination Peter.

    Thank You!

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  8. that is quite a life, 343 years of age... i love looking at this and considering the years in his face... respect indeed!

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  9. Thank you all for your continued support and for your kind, helpful and stimulating comments. Much appreciated!
    Once again, Happy New Year to you, too!

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  10. May you have a healthy, happy and creative new year!
    Though I'm mainly a wildlife artist, your work has been a source of inspiration, to me!
    Thank you for being there!

    Paschalis

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  11. You are very welcome, Paschalis. A happy, healthy and creative new year to you, too!

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  12. He doesn't look a day over 330 to me.

    This is such a wonderful drawing - thanks for sharing.

    Petar, what did you use to prepare the surface you were drawing on?

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  13. I drew Teutonicus inside a copy of the Serbian edition of Steel Bashaw. It is just a Kunstdruk paper with that yellowish-structure surface printed on it. Thanks, John!

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