Clap clap clap clap clap.Bravo.Can you hear me from here dear one. That is incredible. Absolutely amazing.Bravo darling.xoxo
It is wonderful. I can see the osch influence no :)
Ha Renee, i can hear you and you make me smile. :-) Thank you for your (always) sweet comments. xoxoHi Jasmine,thank you and yes, Bosch is one of my influences.
WOW!!! That is an astonishing piece!! So many things to looks at!! I'm with Renee!!! Bravo, bravo!!
wow !!! amazing piece
I not sure where to look next.....its really good, enjoy the busyness (sp) of it all, feels like a quick moving citygood jobjb
wow Luna !i do think you do great with this kind of complex composition . the good thing is : it has a union on the image , isn't lots of lose referencen on the board . unit . but the wier can spend hours separating detais with the eyes , find micro universes inside this huge world you creat . i adore this . so rare to see artists doing this .
Meine liebe Monica,das ist genial!!herzlichlieb, Rachel
Hi Momo Luna,I am new to visiting your blog and just jumped over from Caio's site. Wow...What incredible work you create. It is so detailed and very beautiful.Lovely to visit you at last.Jo May.:)
hi Luna, it s so wonderful !!! Kathrin
Good job ! please continue
really amazing - I love your world within worlds within... I could easily and happily get lost in it :)
It's marvelous, even if the computer presentation does not do it full justice. I love it, Monica. congratulations on a job well done.
Darling who could draw that picture and not have a gypsy wild soul.Come along on the magic gypsy ride and you can even stay with me.xoxox
OMG I love your drawings!!! I saw your comment on Renee's blog.I'm the hostess, so if you'd like to come and join the campfire ~http://travelinggypsycaravann.blogspot.comPattee : )
Monica, dit is indrukwekkend!! Een werk waar je 1001 dingen kunt in ontdekken. Je hebt dit goed opgelost door dit in stroken op je blog te plaatsen. Ik vraag me af hoe groot dit is.
Hello Manon, always a pleasure to see your comments here, and thank you.Thank you Marie Aimee and welcome.Hello William, i'm happy to find your comment here and thank you. Thank you jb and i like that idea: a quick moving city. :-)Hi Caio, i'm happy you see the union in this. I always have a theme in my head and then i draw all those people and animals etc. that have a connection with the theme. Sometimes there are also mythological symbols or archetypes in it.Thank you for your adoration on this one. ;-DDanke, liebe Rachel. Hello Jo May, nice to see you here and welcome. Thank you for your nice comment.Tnx Kathrin, that makes me happy. :-)I'm glad you like it Gewll. And yes, i'll continue. I have to, 'cause drawing and painting is my passion. More than.Thank you Karin, you can loose yourself in it, but there's always a way out. :-)Thank you Elisabeth. You're right, the computer doesn't give full justice on my work. Perhaps i should buy myself a good camera. I'm expecting some extra money soon, and i've decide already that a good camera is my goal.Dear Renee, i already follow your trails with the gypsy wagon. It seems like lots of fun, i like it. The ancestors from my mothers side are from Spain, so that's where my wild gypsy soul comes from i suppose. ;-)xoxoHello Pattee and welcome. Your comment makes me smile, thank you for your enthusiasm on my work.And i've joined the campfire. :-) Nice to meet you.Hallo Annie, dank je wel, ik vind het altijd fijn je hier te treffen. Het is een grote tekening. Ik zal de maten er zo bij zetten, dat is wel een goed idee.Liefs...
wow, so much detail..beautiful!
Hi Laura and welcome. Thank you for your comment.
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