Thanks much!That is phenomenal Zoobieshoe.
Thanks very much!Reminds me of a poem I wrote a long ago about her daughters...Don't worry, not gonna bore you with it.
I certainly don't mind people printing them out as long as someone isn't trying to sell them. I should warn you, though, Nyx is the mother of Dreams. If you try to take credit for the drawing, you could be in for some nasty nightmares. Hehe.Holy sh..wow, I mean..what? These pictures are so nice. I had "Night Fall" enlarged and made a poster of it, it's on my living room wall, hope you dun mind. ^^ When people come over I'll tell em I was sleepwalking while I drew it.
Thanks very much!
What face do you see? And thanks!I see a face in every face you drew Zshoe.. Nonetheless, beautiful as usual.
Thanks much, edward. Turkey, ostrich, same difference.Absolutely wonderful work zoobieshoe. I drew a turkey in 5th grade art class. It looked more like an ostrich.
Thanks, Mepris. The interesting thing is that I'm even better looking than all my models.Those look very nice. I can't say much else, as my appreciation of art is rather limited. So, it all looks impressive to me.
I haven't read through the old thread, so maybe somebody else pointed this out, but by god, that cafe you go to is filled with incredibly good looking people or what?!
Thanks, Caveat. I have some fanatical nonsense posted back on page 23.Sick skills. I draw as well. No so much potraits, more fanatical nonsense, street art.
What face do you see? And thanks!
Ah, I see what you mean. Good observation!If you show me a drawing I can probably tell if you drew it or not. Sure you're drawing is unique, but all the faces are familiar, or there's something common about them.. the look maybe. Is it possible that an artist is influenced by a certain person in his/her drawings?