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Gallery of PJaensch

Postby PJaensch » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:35 +0000

Here's my collection, as of today! The photos are from my cell phone camera, so they're less crisp than I'd like.

From Katsucon 2012:

I was fortunate enough to be the winning bidder on Stan's submission to the Katsucon 2012 charity auction.

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From Baltimore Comic Con 2011:

I love snow scenes - probably because as a kid, snow always held out the promise of a day home from school having fun.

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From Boston Comic Con 2011:

This was a quick sketch Stan had done of Usagi in Sergio Leone style - I love the movement, and the nod to Leone's link to classic Kurosawa film

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This was a special commission Stan did for my wife - so technically just on loan to my gallery here from its proper owner. :)

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Postby PJaensch » Sun Feb 19, 2012 19:13 +0000

Construction complete! (for now :D)
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Re: Gallery of PJaensch

Postby Maka » Sun Feb 19, 2012 20:14 +0000

Awesome! Congrats PJaensch! Peace, maka
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Postby Steve Hubbell » Sun Feb 19, 2012 22:47 +0000

Awesome collection!

And great score on the Cherry Blossom watercolor auction! :shock:

Congrats!
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Postby PJaensch » Sun Feb 19, 2012 22:53 +0000

Steve Hubbell wrote:Awesome collection!

And great score on the Cherry Blossom watercolor auction! :shock:

Congrats!


Thanks. I was just lucky. The auction was not well organized, so, the usagi watercolor was the last item, but I suspect no one else knew it was coming, because they didn't have a catalog or even have everything on display in advance. So fortunately for me, I think most of the crowd had spent its con money already.

I know Stan also says that folks at Anime cons don't know who he is, but, come on, he was the feature artist for the whole con. At least someone there knows quality. :)
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Postby maichan » Sun Feb 19, 2012 22:59 +0000

Whoa! And WOW!

Congrats on the Cherry Bloosom watercolor.... I loved that piece when I first saw it. I hope prints will be available one day!

And I like your snow scene too! :wink:
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Postby toine » Mon Feb 20, 2012 18:11 +0000

Great collection you got there PJaensch. Congratulations !!!
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Postby JLM » Tue Feb 21, 2012 1:05 +0000

Superb stuff.
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Postby Stan Sakai » Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:48 +0000

The convention did forget about the art for the auction. I had told them beforehand I would donate the art for charity. When I got there, I told three senior staff, including the auction head, and they all assured me they would pick up the art at my table in Artist Alley.

When 11o'clock Sunday came around, and I still had it, I located a staff to have her run it up to the auction.

I'm glad you got it.
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Postby PJaensch » Tue Feb 21, 2012 11:12 +0000

Me too. :)


Stan, I didn't realize when you told me that didn't take the art until Sunday morning that they actually waited until after the auction began. That is really shocking (although, it would shock you less if you had seen the auction in action).
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Postby coolray85 » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:41 +0000

congratulations amigo!I like them all, but guiding my thoughts today will be the sergio leone/clint eastwood usagi;)the tomoe ame with tokage is also very beautiful!...
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Postby Ponyboy » Wed Feb 22, 2012 15:08 +0000

I really love all the styles! Especially the 2nd and 3rd image (both Black & white)... Brilliant stuff by the Master! :D Thanks for sharing
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Re: Gallery of PJaensch

Postby plasticplayhouse » Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:25 +0000

Beautiful collection you have!
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