posted by andrea at 3:32 PM
These are great. I especially like the pen strokes against the background. I love both garlic and peppers. I am also late with the IF theme. I have been dragging.
I love these!
Very interesting idea!
Great texture. Did you use a rake brush on the background?
Jan: It's a drawing actually -- the background of the top one is done with a gold-coloured marker and the bottom one with a white pencil crayon.
The cross hatching adds a great deal of texture. Me like.
I love your textures...you so freaking rock!
Just so awfully nice. I so love your artistic offerings.
i love the strokes...blessings, rebecca
I'm glad you are trying out other background colors! I think it can only expand the possibilities of this style. (I especially like the chunky garlic).
i see a food theme evolving. what's next: how about ben and jerry's cherry garcia ice cream? or my personal favorite, whoopie pies?it's always delightful to see what you come up with next, andrea. :)ps cescescescescescescescescescescescescescescescescescescescescesceshaha
You'd throw the peppers after me if you'd know what I was "seeing'" there at first glance. Should I know what they are riding on? (Have I told you that I am not an art critic????)I love the garlic, each and every detail.
I'm a big fan of your drawings!
I like the dark blue paper! These two drawings have amazing texture... almost like a hooked rug! Hmmm.. I'm hungry!
Mixed media? What exactly did you use? (Come on ... spill the beans ... and the peppers ... and the garlic!)
Peter: a combinbation of drawing media: white pencil crayons, metallic gel pens, sharpies, etc.
Don't you just love working on dark backgrounds?! You are excellent at it BTW!!
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