Dear Jean, your work is not just lines and colors combined in a senseful or even in an abstactive way. It sentimentalize its depth.Warm regards.
What's this sad little angel doing in your imagination? Cheer up. It's a lovely piece. It looks good with the newspaper border. There certainly is enough grief out there in the world always in the news. This could be a collage.
Thank you, Konstantina. Warm regards.
Linda, I have been hanging out in palaces and such and it has rubbed off. Not sad, just old, when life was on the whole much less jolly. Though I agree, there's plenty of tragedy today, as well.
Is that the metallic ink on the left? It makes modern an image that seems rooted in antiquity, as if the past has just been energized.
Silver ink. In a fiberpoint pen, from the stationers.The colored inks are cheap children's "very washable" pens, from the same source.Thought I could get by on this trip with just iPad, but missed paper too much.
This is so full of emotion I find it beautiful.
There are so many images in our heads. It is amazing when they get out.
Glad to hear I'm not the only one finding something melancholy (or angry? fierce?) in the child. I really like the sense of two aspects of children and/or angels. The silver-white lines cheer it all up, but I can't overlook the fading of that in the left part of her face. One of my favorites of yours!
very nice work you have a great personality, i like you so much
Lovely, the quality of your line and the advantage taken of what I assume were some happy accidents with the water soluble pens. I have been trying something from the imagination as well. Your work encourages me to be less literal with the process.
Seems very DeVinciish. Lovely colors.
The silvery swirls remind me of a garland. The child has a curious expression on his/her face. Can't pin it down. Gives it an air of mystery
Very endearing. I love that she lives in your imagination, and impressed that you could draw her form the same (an are in which I really struggle). I smiled when I read in one of your replies that you missed paper- there is just something about paper that it... comforting? familiar? energizing? Can't quite find the word, but I share the need!
Thank you, Julie.
Thank you, Anthony. You do a lot of this, and it does tend to amaze.
Thanks, Banjo. I am very fond of this child, too.
Thanks, Laura. You, too.
Thanks, Shirley, I am glad.
Thanks, Margaret.One of my heroes,. He often drew faces or features from his imagination.
Me, neither, PA.
And tactile, very important!Thanks, Minn.