Sunday, July 04, 2010

blowing off the dust

Right then, back to business.

A bit of a crappy drawing to come back with, I'll admit, but this is my commitment to a week of posting. A new post every single day. Although, I know that when I make that kind of statement the pressure gets too much for me. Perhaps I shouldn't mention it. No, I won't say a word. If you want to see new drawings, every day for a week, then you won't find them here.

14 comments:

Coreopsis said...

Well, I don't know, I rather like it. And I think making a commitment to posting is a good idea. It's been a LONG time since I've posted, and that's because I haven't done anything, and I don't like that. I'm not going to promise a post every day, but I'd like to post several times a week. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

HappyMe said...

I love all your drawings, you are so detailed, I love everything you do, i'm really glad i found your blog and you drawings. Seriously, I´m a BIG fan of your work! I think everyone around me knows that :)
Keep drawing and I look forward to read more about you :).

Sharon said...

You have given me some courage. I've neglected my blog...

Oh, I didn't know you were such a terrific artist!! WOW! I look forward to seeing even more!

Kate said...

I like this picture of the pens! I have thought about making myself do a similar thing with my blog. I may even do the same making myself draw something every day! we shall see how it goes. :)

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Moish said...

"What pen do you use?" is a weird form of a compliment, but a compliment nonetheless. It means I love your art and I wish I could do the same. I would also like to buy the Andrea Joseph pen, together with the Norman Rockwell brush. It's a lot easier than all that practice.

moreidlethoughts said...

Well, it wasn't easy, but I twisted my neck and read the writing. "What pen do I use?"
Ha! Mostly, a cheap ball point with a cushion grip.It's waterproof and that's the important part, in case I want to slosh some paint on.And I also like the Artline ultra-fine fibre tip.Oh, and Uniball micro.
Sometimes, just a twig and ink.

Alex said...

You definitely have been missed Andrea, welcome back! =)

Mary said...

Crappy? Are you serious? This is a great sketch and I love the way you've put the text around the pens. Can't wait to see more!

Kate (Cathy Johnson) said...

Definitely NOT crappy, Andrea, I love it...pens, samples of their writing, beautifully done, what's not to like?

Christie said...

If this is a crappy drawing, then pigs must fly (or some other statement of total impossibility.) It's another winner. And you've been sorely missed!

ale balanzario said...

Its good to see you back Andrea, hope everything goes better now for you.
I love all your drawings, this one is very nice and well done.

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you thank you thank you.
It's so good to be back.

Tubaz said...

I like your drawing and in particular the style of this. We can wait for your works also more then one day...don't have speed :-)

Sandra said...

Soooo glad to again see your work! 'Tis lovely!!