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Gosh, this is so amazing when seen in the larger, clicked-on format! Wonderful, Andrea--I really like your quirky yet classical style ;D.
I love your attention to detail, especially when drawing little things! :o)
you have way more patience than the average artist. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G-!
OMG!!! Who would have thought of drawing something like except you!! Fabulous!!
Oh, you have captured my favorite spice here! Favorite not because of their taste, but because of how pretty they are. Fantastic drawing, I never thought to draw ALL the star anises in the package... Beautiful!
very cool! i wouldn't think that there was so much variety in the details!
I so enjoy your drawings! As others already said, fun to see it in it's larger format - so much detail - amazing :)
Holy smoke! I don't know which is more surprising, your attention to detail, or HOW FEW STAR ANISESESES there are in a jar!! I bet they smelled good, too. Here's a miniature rendering of a jar of cinnamon: ^aka Moomstex on EDM
Aaaahhhhh SOOOOOO lovely!!!! Would so use that as a kitchen wallpaper or wrapping paper for bread or something ....
I love the fact that you were up drawing these in the wee hours of the morning...I adore your gentle, delicate touch...and...I am flabbergasted by your exceptional level of patience! Another masterpiece! ;)
Beautiful piece. I would love this framed in my kitchen. Great choice for the Illustration Friday theme.
Patience! I love this drawing.
Lovely as always. Loved the red and green boxes, are we going to get other colours..hope so.
Thanks folks,Yeah, the star anise is the prettiest of all the spices, and it was the sweetest smelling subject.I think this one looks better in 'real life'. A bit disappointing on screen. Oh well.Cheers, gang.
Andrea this is amazing. this has to be one of my favorites! Your patience and talent are insane.
This is lovely. Again, your eye for composition is fantastic.
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