Wednesday, February 03, 2010

sing to me

Well, I'm back. After a visit to the homeland it's back to business. And, I mean it this time, I'm just itching to draw draw draw (although saying it is usually a mistake, it means I won't draw for a month). No, no, I really am in the mood for drawing.

And it's a new me that returns. A new diet and fitness regime. I'm giving up the chocolate and the vino and am going to get my shit together (again). I'm all inspired. Seeing things with new eyes. Like this. I'd never considered drawing a cork before. But you know when an object suddenly surprises you with it's unexpected beauty and you just have to draw it? Yeah? Well, that's what happened here. I'd never noticed how lovely a cork could be before.

Not half as lovely as a nice Claret though.

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OpenID moreidlethoughts said...

Well, I have to agree with that!
Now...just home from the shops where I saw(and didn't have my camera!) a cute kid with a toy dinosaur in a wagon.
I'll scan it for Flickr once I've drawn it.

12:53 AM  
Blogger dave terry said...

Glad you're back. Love the cork. Where's the wine? :)

1:12 AM  
Blogger vickylw (Vicky Williamson) said...

Tremendously amazing . . . as usual! I love your new-found enthusiasm.

1:57 AM  
Blogger reuben said...

looking forward to all these new drawings keep your eye on the prize! I would not have thought a cork either but it is a nifty drawing!

3:08 AM  
Blogger Claudia Eckstein said...

Its amazing how you draw. I love this cork!

8:37 AM  
Blogger Pippa said...

WOW! This is one of your best colour drawings, definitely! (I feel like I've been saying that a lot lately). So much detail! And what a great perspective, too!

11:03 AM  
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11:08 AM  
Blogger Bill Fehr said...

Great job on this Andrea.

11:42 AM  
Blogger Catriona said...

Great drawing, almost as good as the wine was I bet.

11:57 AM  
Blogger Genine said...

wow AJ this is great!!

1:07 PM  
Blogger G. said...

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1:44 PM  
Blogger phthaloblu said...

Beautiful! You're right about never thinking such a mundane object could be so interesting. I'm always amazed by how much detail you get in a drawing and how soft your lines are. A very unique style. Glad you are back!

2:03 PM  
Blogger nanke's stuff said...

This really is an awesome drawing (and I don't use that word very often). I can't imagine how you do this. It's an amazing technique. nancy

2:10 PM  
Blogger iva yaneva said...

Dear, I think you should be adding a proof that this is in fact a drawing, not a photo, lol :) I am kidding of course - I know you are that good!! I am impressed though that you even drew the little bit of red colouring on the edge - it looks so real!

p.s. I have a jar full of cork - I just love collecting them :)

2:28 PM  
Blogger marancat said...

Well, I never noticed how lovely a cork could be - until I saw this one!

3:22 PM  
Anonymous Kelly said...

I always love your drawings, but WOW, I totally thought that was a photo of a cork. Crazy!

9:52 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thanks guys.

Glad you like it 'cos I do too. I'm still having scanner issues but it seems ok.

G, yeah, I was certainly thinking about it. I'm open to offers, but a year of alcohol for a Brit? Hmmm. Theres not enough money in the world. Did you get your new shoes, by the way?

Thank you all. You make my day.

11:18 PM  
Blogger PAMO said...

Great cork!! Love it! I gave up chocolate a few times- but it always wins in the end.

1:59 AM  
Blogger Janet Ghio said...

The cork is really wonderful. Great job!

1:15 PM  
Blogger Janene said...


5:06 PM  
Blogger Stephen Gardner said...

Back from the homeland?
Where were you?
Beautiful drawing as always but I demand answers. Where is your homeland?

10:27 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thanks, ladies.

Stephen, nowhere exciting. The homeland is Wales, and I now live in England. It's all the UK.

Cheers, folks. It makes me happy that you like this drawing.

1:20 AM  
Blogger Kristin said...

love this!

3:46 PM  
Blogger G. said...

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5:10 PM  
Blogger Rick said...

Ah.... Put a cork in it. (hee hee - Sorry, just had to write that.)

8:54 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you, guys.

G, most upset about that result. We all want to beat England don't we? I just shouldn't say it too loud, living in England and all.

11:44 PM  
Blogger Jenea said...

I like your great cork!!! In my country, we make differently wines!

1:54 PM  
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