an online sketchbook
Labels: moleskine, Paul Weller, sepia
posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 9:20 PM
Oh wow! Great sign, beautiful lettering. I've got a heavy soul too (mine's literal, though). Again, it comes out a little better in Flickr -- but heck, i thought i would come by your blog :-)
Wow Andrea...your cross hatching is just stunning. Many of my students ask me about how to do this- from now own I'm just going to point them in your direction.
You make simple things grand with your beautiful drawings.
Thanks guys,I think this is probably quite a self indulgent drawing (not that I think there's anything wrong with being self indulgent) and is actually one of my most favourite things I've ever done! Strange eh?France I too have a heavy soul (literally) and it's a joy to own when I'm drawing and creating these pieces. However, in reality it can be difficult to live with. Is it what makes us the artists we are? Hmmmm, I think about that a lot. Cheers.
Great lettering and an interesting concept. Does having a heavy soul keep you grounded? Mine's pretty lightweight I think, more head in the clouds than on the ground.
Fantastic entry!Can I ask what pen you use. I see it says sepia ink, I love sepia too. The pen I have appears to be alot darker than yours.
Jana - I sometimes feel like this heavy soul weighs me down, if you know what I mean?!Anita - thispen is a Pilot g-tec. The colour actually looks a lot different here (scanned) as it does on the paper. Thank you both for visiting and commenting.
Thanx Andrea...Fantastic blog BTW, beautiful drawings.
As you can see I am way back in your blog! Love all your work, so started at the beginning! Just wanted to thank you for sharing your talents with the world!TreetTreet23@yahoo.com
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