Stevie ~ Received your postcard in the mail! This was such a great idea of yours...thanks for hosting it and doing all the work. I got three so far and it's so fun to get something tangible from a cyber friend you've never met! Thank you!Enjoy your grandkids! :)
Stevie the Wren, It's a very handy, light fingered sketch. Good job!
Nice hands!Enjoy your weekend with the grand kids!!
I love the hands -- and can't believe how well you NAILED the right hand holding the pen. I just love your backgrounds!And Edgar Allen Poe -- awesome!
I love these sketches on the spreadsheets - there is something so appealing about them. And Linda is right - that drawing hand is wonderful - I never can get those kinds of foreshortened digits to turn out right!
THere's something a wee bit 'mummy-ish' about this hand. Were you in the Egyptian Antiquities section of the museum when you drew this?
First,love the drawings. Birdies are so cute. Love what you did with Edgar. Wondering how you are entertaining the grandchildren! Sure it is non stop fun. Have a wonderful weekend! denise
Your fabulous postcard is displayed here on my desk! Fun to have a "Stevie Original"!!Enjoy your grandkids today.You have the most delightful square palms, BTW. ;^)
Good luck with the babysitting,by the way. Will you let them coast down the stairs on the baby mattress again? That looked like so much fun...
I have a little award for you over at the Manor. Feel free to pick it up any time! :)
Baby sitting....neices, nephews, or grandchildre....is OK, but haveing to raise them is another story....... raising kids is for the younger for sure! Good luck!
I got yopur GORGEOUS post card today! I love the subject, the soft coloring of it, and the clever background -- it was all so beautiful!I hope you do get a chance to coem to NYC someday!Hope you're having fun with the grands!
Sorry about all the lousy typing errors .... it's bedtime!
Hope you had a good time with the grandkids. keep sketching those hands.
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."