Stickin' my toe into the creative pool. I love visiting other art journal blogs so much, inspired by so many who publish regularly that I want to consider myself a part of the fun.
FANTASTIC!!! JUST GORGEOUS!
I thoroughly enjoyed myself, browsing through your blog.I like your style, and I especially like the painting/drawings done in the old textbook. Did you have to glue pages together to be able to do that?I'll be back again. Keep drawing and keep posting!
You did a great job with this Sue. I get a real sense of space and a real feel for your room. It looks cosy and very inviting. Well done. :o)
Well. So you are yet ANOTHER person who is good at drawing interiors. Hmmph. :-DGreat job -- that's a big room with a lot of detail. I'm impressed.
heck! This was a challenge!!! Well done... it would have scared the daylights out of me. Lovely space you've got there.MDPS Thank you for the kind words on my blog btw!:-)
That's a beautiful room...lots of hard angles and such and you did a great job with them!
Susan, I like the sense of spaciousness you've created here. I am surprised and interested to see how much your entryway/livingroom looks like mine. I have a fireplace in the same place, main window on the left, and doorway to dining room in the same place. I feel like I could walk into your picture and know where things are ... is the kitchen on the other side of the living room wall, adjacent to the dining room? Our house was built in the early 40s, yours?I'm going to have to get around to doing my interior one of these days ...Karenhttp://www.karensblog.com
Sue, this is fabulous! What a panorama! I, too, felt like I was just on the verge of entering your room!
Whoops, Sue, the comment above is from Laura of Laureline(s). The blogger link is defunct. Just wanted you to know it was me.
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