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Labels: ballpoint, brolly, lyrics, moleskine, Neil Young
posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 10:46 PM
Love it...wondering do you start with a pencil sketch? Your image is so precise.
Lovely umbrella -
wonderful as usual. We'll have to thank Mr Young for having inspired you if that's what helped produce this brolly :)
Beutiful as every sketch you do!!
Fabulous, Andrea. And I love the lyric below it, too.Peace & Love,~Barb~
Sorry Dahling but I have to admit that all I hear in my head is "What's love got to do with it, got to do with it. Who needs a heart when a heart can be broken ... !!!" Beautiful umbrella tho'. : )
This is nice and I love the words.I'm still thinking of blogging of your drawing. At first I wanted to post your big image but second thought that it wouldn't be appropriate (there's some time that people mistake my post of other people's work as mine so I have to be careful)I'll inform you as soon as I talk about your works.Thank you for your permission :-)
I love how there's a story behind that but we don't know what. :)The umbrella goes well with the word though - echos of the l and the v.
You turn an ordinary object into poetry!x
Andrea - this is awesome! Just looked through all of your new art ~ amazing!!!
Missed the last three drawings. This one as with the others is delicate yet bold and simply splendid.
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