Beautiful! I'm just blown away. Even printing on the book pages. Just amazing!
Wow. It makes me wish I could paint, draw, do anything artistic.... It's really lovely.
Sharon: I'm glad you like it. I keep staring at it, thinkin 'something ain't right.' (probably me)Robin: Well, you're probably a lot saner if you stick to just writing. I think writing is more theraputic, regardless of the end product. Besides that, a book on a shelf, or a manuscript on the desk doesn't taunt you the same way a painting on the wall might :)
I dont know how to comment,, I have used amazing so many times ,,, but I just have to say it again.. amazing.. simple as that.
Well, thanks, Glenn......but you have to admit (if you look closely) that the likeness is a little off; not sure exactly what it is yet. The first thing that comes to mind is Edward Scissor Hands [gosh, I hope the subject or her partents don't read this]. Maybe I've seen too much vampire stuff on other blogs lately...maybe I just need a few days away from it and then give it another look......anyway, that's what I think...
This is splendid. I keep wondering what book she's reading. I'm sorry you feel something is off. There's nothing worse than being a bit dissatisfied with our creations. That feeling of "settling." I hope you can find peace with this one. I think it's lovely, and her hair is my favorite part. :)
I like the hair, too. I think maybe the face needs more shading on the underside--needs more depth, perhaps. Maybe it's the hairline...could be...hmmm...just haven't put my finger on it...
Oh, and it seems a few are curious about the book she's reading...The Proud Prince.
That book is beautiful! Now I want to read it. :)
It was published in 1903, so you can imagine how full of adverbs it is :)
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