Sunday, February 05, 2012

when we got to the top of the hill

A quickie post. Here's a little drawing I made at the beginning of the year for a local project. I wanted to show something of the Derbyshire landscape in the drawing, and had the idea of making the procession of children resemble a dry stone wall as it fades, over the hills, in the distance. Not sure if that was successful but I tried!

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Anonymous dinahmow said...

Works for me!
I'll be in England in May. I wonder if I can get to Derbs?

11:42 PM  
Blogger Patsy Taylor-Craw said...

I believe you totaly did it! Wonderful.

1:21 AM  
Blogger Constantina Kalimeris said...

I think it's great and all your recent work is super...I love the way your art has evolved from objects to more landscapes and people

3:12 AM  
Blogger Eric Lay said...

This is really great. I am also enjoying your zines and such I purchased recently... little Christmas gift to myself.

3:28 AM  
Blogger Dan Kent said...

The Great Wall of Children - you were definitely successful. Love the style of this!

3:49 AM  
Blogger Caroline said...

Love this!

4:53 AM  
Blogger tricky said...

great idea, and so well executed!
And I love that colour!

12:32 PM  
Blogger Stephen Hall said...

Totally wonderful, what an amazing idea!And a gorgeous drawing... :-) xx

3:27 PM  
Blogger Fran T said...

this is wonderful! Great job Andrea!!

4:55 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you, so much guys.

Constantine, before I really really got back into drawing I only ever drew or doodled people and landscape. I dont know why I stopped. It's nice to see them coming back again, though.

Dinah, you must try and join our sketchcrawl group for a day! Please let me know the dates.

Eric, thanks. I'm so pleased you are enjoyng my little zines.

Cheers, guys x

12:42 AM  
Blogger Tammie Lee said...

Oh my gosh, that absolutely shows the movement and lay of the land. I would think drawing people getting smaller in the distance would be quite challenging!

11:13 PM  

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