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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Black Sketch

Something i drew last night...for the reason why i mostly draw...to get rid of sadness/trouble.
Couldn't get a better picture. . .
Also it was really hard, on a useless black paper, with the worst pencil colours ever.
If it is too bad, then just for the idea of the drawing, there are houses, tree trunks, two people, clouds, grass and a road in it.


so i realised that it is a Sunday, hence, I'm over to Sunday Sketches now. :)

19 comments:

  1. Very nicely done, it is very soft but you can see the drawing, dreamlike.

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  2. I agree with Marlene, I really like it. There's enough of the image coming through on the photo to see all of the individual details. Great job using what you had even if they weren't the best supplies, you utilized them very nicely.

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  3. out of sadness and trouble can come the most inspired artwork as I can see. Great job.

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  4. i can totally see the images. it's not bad at all....i agree with Marlene, it's dreamy, i like the dark paper...fits the mood~....hope your sadness dissapates, soon!xo

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  5. I don't see any image??? am I missing something?

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  6. @Diana: maybe try reading the post..images are just the things in the drawing, that's all.. :)

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  7. a really beautiful way of catharsis

    you are good at it!!! :)

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  8. Love the softness, the dreamy feel to it... fits the mood well, lifting from darkened colors, with just a splash of brighter dimmed within the piece.

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  9. I agree, very dreamy... hope your feeling happier..

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  10. We're all seeing the dreamlike quality - images sneaking through the darkness.

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  11. Actually I think this has a really soothing feel to it - funny how this came out of sadness and yet you communicated softness and hope here...

    Lovely
    Smiles

    Wishing you better soon.

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  12. I really love the softness of this piece.It is quite lovely.

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  13. I blew it up and can see everything - very soft and Marlene is right - it is like looking at a dream! Cheer up! dana

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  14. I"m totally with everyone else - SO love the dreamy feel to it and I'm impressed at your creation using what supplies you had on hand. Nice job!! =)

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  15. I hope you were able to find some comfort in your artmaking... The line quality is very interesting (and appealing).

    xo
    Kristin

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  16. and so therapeutic - it is wonderful!

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  17. nice to use art for healing and feeling
    very dreamlike, wish I could see it better.

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  18. Hey! m7 where are you these days?
    There s something for you on my blog http://beyondhorizon-poonam.blogspot.com/2011/03/i-can-no-other-answer-make-but-thanks.html

    Take care :)

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