Saturday, October 18, 2008

isn't it so

Hey folks, I'm in a bit of a rush but wanted to post something before I go. I don't have the time to add the links that I wanted to add. I may get to add them at a later date. Seriously, I should have left the house five minutes ago. Why am I always late for everything? That's a question I will ponder for the zillionth time while I drive through the hills. To my second date in a week with Stephen Stills. Ok, it's not quite a date. I'm just going to see him in concert.

(Oh, and I'm calling this one Everyday Matters Challenge 164, draw a camera.)

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20 Comments:

Blogger Pippa said...

A date? This is wonderful Andrea, I love it. It took my breath away when I saw it on Flickr just now.

11:42 AM  
Blogger ale balanzario said...

I just wanted to grab the camara!!, wow.... good luck in your date, eh.

12:30 PM  
Blogger Teri C said...

This date sounds serious but I have a feeling it is not what I think.

Fabulous camera.

4:09 PM  
Anonymous Terry said...

Great job - great detailing.

5:12 PM  
Blogger Margaret Ann said...

Wonderful values as always Andrea...Enjoy Steven to the max...I know I always do...um, that sounds naughty... I'm talking about the singer songwriter folks. LOL:)

6:21 PM  
Blogger peachtreeart said...

Lovely, how long did it take?

6:55 PM  
Blogger Sandi said...

This camera looks so attractive and plush that I want to hug it. It is more camera-ish than a camera. I love that!

9:51 PM  
Anonymous Jackie said...

what a beautiful drawing! perfecto as always!

10:48 PM  
Blogger wagonized said...

The strap -- oh, the strap. This is another beauty in the series, Andrea. It looks as though it wants to turn its back to us. I love it.
I can't believe we were both drawing a camera again at the same time.

3:15 AM  
Blogger freebird said...

You do such beautiful work with a pen. It's just amazing. Sure you don't want to write a book sharing how you do it?

4:19 AM  
Blogger kazumiwannabe said...

Another fantastic drawing! The objects you draw always have more personality than the real ordinary object, even if they look almost the same.

9:18 PM  
Blogger Joan Y said...

Hey, the draw-off continues! Woohoo! Unbelievable drawing, yet again Andrea! Hmmm ... Stephen Stills ... gonna have to email me about that one. LOL.

12:34 AM  
Blogger Rick said...

Now who is Stephen and when do we get a chance to meet this young man? (Do I sound like your mother?)

You've got a thing for this camera too. Very good work.

12:47 PM  
Blogger edgar cabrera said...

this camera is beautiful! good luck on your date!

12:51 PM  
Blogger caseytoussaint said...

Every time I come to this blog I am just amazed by your beautiful work. Wow.....

9:28 AM  
Blogger JCR said...

Andrea: The more I look at your art work, the more amazed and floored I am... I can't tell you... you've given a new meaning to art appreciation... and my students ADORE IT. I teach literature and writing and I sent my students to your flickr page to look for things to write about! Now they want to do it every week!!! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
a grateful "father" ;-)

3:45 PM  
Blogger cozysoul said...

This is some gorgeous work! WHat a talented soul you are. I will forward to seeing more.

9:20 PM  
Blogger Joan Y said...

Wow, you are an inspiration to a lot of folks Andrea ... as you are to me. Loved that comment about the students using your work to provoke writings. YOU ROCK GF!!!!

4:40 AM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you all, guys.

When I say 'date', well, that is not strictly true. I just went to see him in concert twice in one week. It's an obscure crush, I know, but I think it's obvious, by now, that I am just a little unusual.

Thanks for such kind words. This camera drawing was a commissioned piece. I hope the owners like it.

JCR, thank you so much. I'm pretty blown away by that. Thanks.

Cheers, folks.

11:36 AM  
Blogger Angelycon said...

You're so good at drawing! i wish I could do that.. :)

10:26 PM  

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