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DUMBO: Saturday morning



This past saturday I was extrememly lucky to get to paint with Master Jie, Tom Cardone, Sang Jun, and Mike Defeo, all Blue Sky coworkers and friends. What an amazing bunch of artists. We decided to tackle the view of the Brooklyn Bridge from Washington St. (For all you non-locals and the West Coast, this area is called "DUMBO" or down under the Manhattan Bridge.)This is what I came up with by 11:30 that morning. It was a tough morning because the light and atmosphere changed pretty quickly. After packing up, we all had a few slices at Grimaldi's brick oven pizza, which was right around the corner. Man, was it goooood...
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June 5, 2007 at 6:05 PM

omg nash,
this looks really nice man!
I can't believe I missed the chance to paint with you guys for the last time in NY...

but I needed the morning to rest. I'm feeling much better.

anyhow, your paintings are really nice. great handling of shadow colors. love the composition too.

I'll miss painting with you buddy

d    



June 6, 2007 at 7:07 AM

It won't be the last outing Dice...
Dude, thanks for everything. Painting with you was always schooling for me. Great times.
Don't forget New York, eh?

n.    



June 12, 2007 at 3:21 AM

No doubt you have been "Tsutsumied" Nash. keep painting that way, you 're very good at it.
Apparently, being deeply in love with a green eye mermaid bring you more and more magic inside. Come back painting in France, and it will be the cherry on the cake !
(by the way, thanksfor your comment on the blog about the clip !)    



June 13, 2007 at 11:51 AM

nice paintings man!...so glad you have your blog up now. now i can link you up! =0)
cheers...
james    



June 14, 2007 at 1:51 PM

Hey Nash!

I'm so happy you put up a blog. Everything is killer. I can't wait to dig through your previous posts. Wooo! The internet is huge!

cya,
Phil    



June 16, 2007 at 3:04 AM

Hi again Nash, I have just seen the awesome painting of You by Dice on his blog ! so funny !!it's definetely you (Man, with 6 hands, your Girl must be in heaven ;) You have to launch the Dice's Museum in NYC ! it's your duty ;)    



June 18, 2007 at 11:25 PM

"THE" Nash Dunnigan has a blog?! Holy spimoney!
Way to go tall man, I'll be checkin on ya.
-Bill    



June 19, 2007 at 9:00 PM

DANG, it's like I jacked into the Animation Matrix or something...

James, thanks for the compliments man. You're linked up to me too, now.

Phil, Holy Cr@p. How've you been? Thanks for checking the stuff out.

Gerald, I left a comment on Dice's blog about his "fictional" representation of me. I will respond in kind, don't you worry. He's got it comin'

Bill, good to hear from you man!!! How is Pixar treating you? I hear great things about that "rat" movie. Can't wait to see it. When are you breaking out REX again?!    



July 18, 2007 at 4:44 AM

Very well done! Great composition.    



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