I just clicked on your blog when I saw your comment on "Potato Prints". I love what you are doing here. It is fascinating to me to see the different techniques you use...do you have a favorite or are you trying everything on for size? Your talent is evident and I can't decide if I like the watercolor or the self-portrait in oil best !
I'm glad I came back to see more of your illustrations. These are fabulous. The bent boat design works perfectly. I'll be adding you to my links as well.
this is quite simply wonderful
waow, I really dig this piece!!!it reminds me Rolant topor artworks! !check'em out!!
very cool. I think you were channeling Escher. :-)
Great concept, and lovely drawing!
This is A W E S OM E !
great concept and illo!
Ha! A very nice study! It makes me want to turn it upside down and see how it looks, too.
great concept...i love the eraser marks!
always appreciate your style and sense of humor
Wow! I really love this!!!
A twisted boat, bet it will be the only one;)
Super cool interpretation.
This'a really great. I love your style!!!
very nice - good idea - you must to go with it to a final finished work - worth it!
I really like this! One poor guy paddling with a broom, the other using his motor and an anchor loose...Twisted idea! :)
Well I'm glad you did draw it. excellent, love it.
sometimes those are the best! beautiful!
Wonderful - in a very Heath Robinson kinda way. Well done!
Love boat, as in those twisty 'love seats'.
This is delightful!
Wow, that's imaginative. Great illustration. Love the twist on the topic.
i keep going back and thinking how much like life your bent boat is. sometimes the sailing is smooth; sometimes you're paddling against your own anchor with a broom. so poignant.
fascinating-looking boat! i'd love to try sailing on that! :)
lol! Great illustration and technique! Now that sail is a honest day's work!www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com
For what ever reason you did it, I am enjoying it. Very cool bent boat.
wonderful and fantastical! very escher-like.
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