This one really messed with my eyes, as I drew late into the night, last night. So much so, I couldn't bear the thought of putting them through all that concentrating again tonight - to finish the other half of the drawing. Another time, baby. Another time.
Monday, August 31, 2009
there ain't nothing in this world I can do about it
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 10:44 PM
Labels: Barcelona, Gaudi, moleskine, my Moleskines, sepia, travel moleskine
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Wow, I wish I could draw like this. I think they're beautiful.
Addiction is fun, isn't it? Lovely work.
Great work as always, love it.
I think I'd leave it alone - it looks wonderful as is.
I really, really love this drawing! All that detail. Barcelona is my favourite place, I spent my honeymoon there.
I have been following your blog for a while now. And I am just so AMAZE of your TALENT!
You are just so Gifted, I am Jealous!! Wish I could do the same!
Enjoyed every one of your post! COntinue the nice work! You just ROCK!!
this buildings are quite familiar for me ;) really well done, I'm waiting for the following step…
Hi, how are you?
I love your drawings!
Love it! Any of your intricate drawings would probably make my eyes go wonky. You have the patience of a saint! :)
Amazing, as always. That is a calendar I would love to have. :-)
Fanciful, light - like a fairy tale (hard to believe these buildings are real. I love the ink color and the crosshatching. The drawing is stunning. Casey is right - I wouldn't change a thing.
I love Gaudi, and I love your drawings = this is wonderful - que du bonheur!
You MUST start selling us some of your amazing work. Start with the calendar!
These are wonderful! Have to come back later. Need food. Need to Art some more too! Finishing lasagna for dinner.
This is me again. Are you going to sell this calendar? I'd find the money for that!
I agree 100 percent with Kazumiwannabe - Itoo love Gaidi and this work of yours.
Thank you all, guys and dolls.
Isn't Barcelona the best city? I just loved it and cannot wait to return one day. There is so much to see and do. Especially of course, the Gaudi buildings, including the mind blowing Sagrada Famlia.
Dan, I think the colour ink works well with the subject, too.
Thank you all, folks.
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