a total delight!have you queen anne's lace in flower now?our garden year is whacky...so many things are blooming a month early but queen anne is holding out
Morning, Linda! I like this! So much detail! I also enjoyed seeing the evolution of the magnolia. The process is amazing to me. (which reminds me that I need to get baxk to my own fledging attempts at sketching!)
The perfect way to portray Queen Anne's delicate lace ...on black!! It's lovely!! janpenpencilpaper.blogspot.com
Gee Linda, you are so good I thought I was looking at a photo of these flowers! Terrific job!
WHAT A GORGEOUS PAINTING!!! I JUST LOVE QUEEN ANNE'S LACE AND ALWAYS FIND THEM DIFFICULT TO SKETCH BECAUSE OF THEIR WHITNESS.... I LOVE HOW YOU'VE DONE THIS, LINDA!! IT SO REMINDS ME OF A ROADSIDE ON A SUMMER'S DAY! BEAUTIFUL!
Thank you all! Queen Anne's lace has always been a favorite of mine, and I have decided that now, while it was in bloom, I'd take some time with it. Z, I wonder why yours isn't in bloom there? Ours has been blooming for several weeks, maybe even a month now! Anyway, there will probably be more litte sketches of this pretty weed! :-)
These are so light and lyrical!
This is so simple but so beautiful! I love Queen Anne's lace!
Hey, girl--you and I are on the white flower track together! This is a wonderful drawing---sometimes simplest really is best. Glad to see you back in commission. Now if we can just get Elaine/Monkeypaints jumpstarted ;D.
oh how perfect! What more can I say??
How lovely. The black paper is a great idea.
Linda, linda, linda - you just keep getting better and better and better! :)Hey, maybe someday you can draw Spider-man for me? :)
Lovely! Your techniques are so diverse now, and each so accomplished!
Hi there - draw more please ;D
When I was little, we looked for Queen Anne's Lace that had a little deep purple spec in the center which was supposed to be good luck. Your work is beautiful! I've been trying like the dickens to get back to a regular posting and commenting mode since the big move to NY and new job...and now new, new job in NYC! Thanks for commenting on my self portrait!
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