I like it, I like.thank you for your comments,it was worth the effort.
Charlie, thank you, it is good to like wine
Alex, Thank you, I am certainly into detail,sometimes to a fault
Joseph, I like the detail and thought how much patience and time you invested ...
Comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
Sarah, Nice good detail, I would not want to meet him, he has a question in those eyes.
Nealey, what a beautiful graphite drawing of the neighbor boy! Wow.
Charlie, this is a lovely watercolor of the old lantern - the bronze-rust color is perfect. And I remember Nona's portrait very well. So nice, too, to see your additional family members.
Hello Joe and welcome to AD! Very nice watercolor with some good details. Hope you do more & post to share.
Sarah ~ I like both of your WC lilies, but I think the second one is more interesting. Abstract, maybe! But it has some great lines.
Alex ~ So good to see you on here again. Thank you for commenting on my drawing of Marsha's neighbor boy. Hope all is well with you....you have been missed!
Comments and critiques are welcome.
Thank you Nealey, I wil
Thanks Nealey...I enjoyed painting the larger version of the Lily more than the other one.
also meant to say...nice to see you c/c Alex after such a long time. Are you still too busy to paint?
feel free to make constructive c/c...no digital alterations please
Nealey and Sarah, thank you for your notes! Sarah, I'm making an effort to draw but am usually having brain fade by the end of the day ... making an effort, though!
Joe nice job on the still life. I like how you changed the tablecloth and background. Look forward to seeing more of your work.
Sarah two great interpretations of the lilly. I like them both.
Alexandra good to have you back. I hope you find some time to paint.
C&Cs always welcome
Thanks Karen, I studied the photo for a long time , and decided I should not attempt the lace.
Sarah, The second lily is nice, but I do prefer the first one. Just me.
Hello Charlie........no problem at all....I sometimes just like exploring shapes and letting viewers decide what they can see/feel in/ about the resulting work.