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Oh wow! Andrea! You've been busy! This couldn't be one of the things you weren't satisfied with! This is incredible. Love love the notes (got a bit of a neck crinkle turning every which way to read them). Are you sure so many of them aren't yours :~)Fabulous job. Wow, again!
Well you did a darn good job of it, in any event!
Hahaha! Oh my, Andrea, this one kills me! I was literally glued (ha!) to the screen, reading it sideways, flipping it, using the largest view on Flickr -- for a good ten minutes! Did you throw any of the expired ones??!! Effin' brilliant, Andrea.
Could you tell us what kind of pen you use and what color. These are wonderful!
Urk, this makes my head hurt! In a good way.
This is so funny. Is one of those tubes called 'Bling Relief'?
another great one. i guess that is one of your many talents: you draw usual/daily stuff in a beautiful way.
I hehe'd the whole time I read your notes. I echo France ... effin brilliant!
Ah, but it's such the stuff of everyday!! FANTASTIC, Andrea!! I JUST LOVE THIS!
Thanks for brightening my morning. This is funny AND a cool illustration!
now see its drawings like these that make me wish i had a laptop so i could turn my screen over and over, view it at all angles. The way it is however i gotta work my neck into a pretzel LOL! I just love every tube and i love how your writing echoes those tubes, twisting and turning all round. such a complete, wonderful drawing.
Andrea another wonderful drawing and amusing besides! It would be interesting to know how long it takes you to do these highly detailed drawings? Thank you for your kind comment on my blog, its much appreciated from someone as talented as you.Lyn
As always AMAZING!!!
Hm, garlic in a tube? I never used it, is it any good? I laughed really good at your post, it´s hilarious. And the drawing is exquisite! Wonderful!
Cheers guys!Kathleen, they are definately not all mine - especially the germaloids!France, I did throw them away - unlike all the out of date spice jars which I kept for further drawing material.Sherry, it's a pilot G-Tec pen, brown.Lyn, I worked on this for a two evenings - a couple of hours each evening. This actually was one of my quicker drawings!Nina, nah! Don't bother with garlic in a tube, the real thing's much better!Thanks everybody for the lovely and funny comments. I really enjoyed reading them. Cheers!
Love this...looks like the top drawer in my bathroom. Great drawing and a fun composition.
Hehehe. Germoloids, what a great name. I love this drawing, although my neck is a bit sore from turning it around to try and read everything. Great job!
Oh wow Andrea! This one just cracks me up - talk about elevating the orindary. You are AMAZING!!!
Popping over here from Cestandrea's blog... WOW! I'm impressed, amazed at your patience and a wee bit jealous ;-)Such a joy to discover this blog. (oh, I joined EDM recently so may bump into you over there, once I get my bearings...)Gosh ... wow!
.. no, via Cestandrea to Fabulous Threads to you. Isn't blogging a network of great artists!
What a hoot!!! Your words crack me up on the fabulous drawing!
Thanks folks!Elizabeth, I agree. I think Suzanne said, recently, whoever would have thought that this medium would be so great for the artistic spirit? How true. It's very easy to spend hours skipping from blog to blog, isn't it? And just whe you think you've seen every great blog there is to see up pops another. I LOVE it!Cheers.
heh heh heh wonderful! I now have to go find a tube of something to ease my twisted neck ...
this is great. really great!
Hemmorhoid cream? LOL. You could make art out of toilet paper, it seems to me. Another, very satisfying Andrea special. xxx
Wow, Andrea, this is great! All the different lines and labels. THe comp is great, too. I just love looking at your work!
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