Wednesday, August 17, 2011

climb onto your seahorse

Spot the difference.

I'm still not sure if my extra work on this drawing improved it but I like it all the same. These are my favourite kind of drawings. Getting lost in all the little jewels and treasure. I could have filled the whole page. But, even up to this point, it must have taken over twenty hours. And, I've got other jewels and treasures to find.

This drawing is now for sale on Etsy HERE.

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Blogger Sam said...

one chain missing from the lower left

2:33 PM  
Blogger Virginia Allyn said...

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3:26 PM  
Blogger ersi marina said...

A chain missing on the lower right and a smaller one on the upper left? I think these are the only changes but the drawing is gorgeous anyway! (Hunting for the differences has been a fun way of studying your artwork :)

4:09 PM  
Blogger Lianne said...

I can see a few things are missing. Its really interesting to see what you've done because I wouldn't have changed anything. It still looks great. Maybe I like the concept more then the actual work? I dont know...

9:19 PM  
Blogger Catarina Garcia said...

Your blog is great! I love your drawings, this one is so detailed! will add you to my blog list :)

Would be flattered if you pass on mine:

My Drawings, Paintings and Etchings

Please continue your great work!!

11:17 PM  
Blogger Bella said...

Top left - small chain coming in from the left and wrapped around pen is added in the 2nd and lower right, the linked chain with appendage is added under the sea-horse's tail.

I can't see any other changes but used to do these as a child and had forgotten how much fun they are. Is this going to be your new venture perhaps?

10:56 AM  
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Blogger shannonmaree said...

You have the most amazing drawing skills!

2:35 PM  
Anonymous Delfina said...

I like to do these kinds of visual analysis...

At the left mid ares of image a chain has been removed and at the right bottom of image a string has been added. Also the overall color has been lightened.

10:04 PM  
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7:51 PM  
Blogger T. Roger Thomas said...

Very cool!

6:05 AM  
OpenID rlboers said...

This is beautiful Andrea. I love your work.

1:25 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you all, so much, guys and gals.

I'll be back to blogging very soon. I hope you continue to return. Cheers.

2:18 PM  
Blogger garden clippings said...

your drawings are amazing!

6:14 PM  
Blogger Tammie said...

such a wonderful piece, I love the details, the design and enjoy your style very much.

2:11 PM  
Anonymous seo company said...

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12:28 AM  

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