Katniss — Hunger Games — Two Versions of My Latest Watercolor — Which Is Your Favorite?

Katniss — Between The Pages Series — The Hunger Games — #1

Katniss — Between The Pages Series — The Hunger Games — #2

Katniss — “Between The Pages” Series

16″ x 20″ Framed Original Watercolor & Pages from actual The Hunger Games book on handmade paper $950. each.

Archival Giclee and Standard Prints available

“Winning means fame and fortune. Losing means certain death. The Hunger Games have begun.” — Suzzane Collins, The Hunger Games

Please leave a comment and tell me which rendition of Katniss is your favorite and why. I have not yet watched the movie, because I did not want it  to influence my idea of Katniss. I wanted to paint her character from reading the book.

It’s very unusual, but for some reason, I ended up painting two different personalities. Number One is during the Hunger Games and number two is just after Cinna prepares her to meet the public. I am currently 1/3 of the way through  “Catching Fire.”

13 Responses to “Katniss — Hunger Games — Two Versions of My Latest Watercolor — Which Is Your Favorite?”

  1. Stevie Stevens June 15, 2012 at 18:03

    The close up of her face

  2. I am going to disagree and go #2.

    For some reason I think it just captures her character more.

    The red as the girl “on fire”

  3. kind of leaning toward #2, though I like the colors in #1 better. I know that’s very helpful…

  4. Hmmm, thanks, Jack. Actually, very helpful!!

  5. I think I like #1 best; her gaze seems to be boring into my heart. Not sure I like that!!!
    Blessings, Friend.

  6. I would say the one in RED! Great job Randy as always.

  7. the lady in red
    is dancing with me
    …..i never will forget
    the lady in red

  8. this is really pretty :)
    i like how you did her “fire” dress, very creative a bit sexy but creatice ha!

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