wow, i'm so in love with this.it's soo cool!love your inspiration.btw..thanks for your sweet comment on my blog.wow, you are one talented artist!i'm bookmarking you..thanks!ciao!R
love how the muted colors add to the sorrow effect, it all works so beautifully.
thanks for commenting on my blog! i really like this piece, deceptively simple but.. so much more. we all know how it feels like to be lost in sorrow one time or another. nice piece. :)
Nice illo!Kind regards,Dagmarhttp://hetdagkonijn.punt.nl
A Dark Cloud, A Weeping Willow, A Broken Heart, Sad Eyes, and Someone Who Has Cried So Much They've Morphed into One Big Tear. . . this has it all! It is what it says it is. But I detect a small glimmer of hope peeking through in the curls and swirls of the letters, leaves, water and, yes,there it is beside the broken heart. A wonderfully sad but optimistic picture.
this is so pretty! :) I like your illo and the colors match the mood.oh yea, thanks for the inspiring words on my blog :) I'll keep drawing! ;)
gosh - i sure hope you don't CURRENTLY feel like that!agree with cate - the flowing lines and swirls do seem to add a shadow of hope.p.s. i have been to the bay area 3 times - love it!! sf moma is an awesome museum!
Thanks for all the wonderful comments everyone!The more I continue doing IF the more inspiration I'm getting from all of you, too.
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