Crazy Details

23 February 2009

Almost a year ago, I found a historical portrait of Henry VIII that I hadn’t seen before, where you could plainly tell the construction method of his ornately slashed and beaded doublet.  I loved it, and sold the idea to a customer.  Now, I cannot find that portrait to save my life.    So, I’m doing my best attempt at recreating it solely from my memory.  Now that’s crazy.

Anyway,  I snapped a few shots late last night (okay, it was this morning, but my old rule kicks in) before I went to bed, of my trial attempts at spacing and such.  This one doesn’t show the overall look, but I love the details visible in the macro shot.  So, there you have it . . . crazy details.