Wednesday, October 16, 2013
carry it home in a tote sack
The top drawing pleases me quite a lot. It's got a touch of the Patrick Caulfield about it (who I absolutely adore). The bottom one is atrocious. Way too much going on and way too overdone.
You win some, you lose some.
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 11:30 PM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, Andrea Joseph drawings, bread, illustration, illustrator, Sheffield, sketchcrawl, SketchCrawl North, sketches
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I like the top one, too.Makes me want to bake some bread...not today.Maybe in winter!
They are the same only different!!!! Do prefer the first one though.
I do not a gree,the second one is not atrocious. But I agree, the first one is better. Actually it's fantastic.
i like them both, the top for its simplicity and color; the bottom one for the fact that you were capturing everything in the moment. imagine if it too was in color....
I like first sketch! Looks amazing!
Love the bakery. Another artist that comes to mind, and who I love, is Stuart Davis.
I think the second one could be salvaged with some areas just pushed back with a shadow effect...you know push and pull to separate it into several areas. It is a lot of work not to try to salvage...Miz Dee
Thank you very much, guys. You are kind. But, I still think the second on is RUBBISH!!!!
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