Suzanne, part of my daily ritual is looking at your blog. Here's one thing I'm always amazed by: the difference in the way the sketches look when first viewed as they appear on the blog, and then when viewed close up after clicking on them to zoom in. I enjoy the sketches just as much in both views, but the difference in perspective really intrigues me. Ben
I Love this. I want to do this kind of work!! One day I'll pluck up the courage to draw in public. One day I'll actually leave the house!
You are so freakin' talented it's scary! (in a good way!) I definitely need to follow your example and get out there and just do it! Thanks for sharing -- your sketches always make my day!
Thanks Ben for stopping by! I really appreciate it. I know what you mean about how the images take on completely new perspectives based on the scale at which you are viewing them. I've noticed this in others work and for this reason, always like to view them big!Thanks for your comment hermit, oh sorry, I mean Andrea! :)Thank you so much for your encouragement Lynne...that makes my day!
this sounds so lovely, and the drawing accompanying it is too! It doesn't take a lot to make me happy either (coffee instead of coke) but I haven't tried drawing out in public yet!!
Great sketch..it really looks like a happy one!Ronell
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