Monday, March 13, 2006

Blogs Galore!!!!

I've just set up a separate page of links HERE. I get so much inspiration from all of you, and this was for me the best way I can browse around quickly. I know this is just the tip of the iceberg too. My bookmarks page was getting silly, and it never seems to stop growing. Hopefully it never will as I discover more an more artists. I cannot tell you how thrilled I am to be able to see all of your work. What a wonderful forum. The links will always be evolving. This is a start. When I get a chance, I'll update it. I haven't yet got to putting up the regular old "artist's portfolio" links yet. Just the blogs for the moment, but those will be added later. I'm sure all of these blogs will be well known. Now it's just easier to browse around.

And here's today's offering. Green Haired Girl. Maybe it has somthing to do with my subconscious about St. Particks day coming up. Theme week? .....Maybe......



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8 comments:

Carlos Ruano said...

Big design, so simply and elegant. I love the dog happyness

mraf said...

I really like the way you draw women. Just a few figurative lines and some simple detail. I'm taking notes.

Rob Bodnar said...

Flowing stylized forms, cute dog. I'm a frequent visitor, first time commentor, and thanks for the plug!

Elliot said...

cp
I hate it when I get lemmings in my dress.

stephenfmunoz said...

I've never seen anyone tell so much in a draw with such a little amount of line work. really really impressive.

donnachada said...

Cheers Carlos, he's a pretty happy pup alright.

Thanks Ryan, hope you get something useful out of it.

Thanks Rob, glad you left the message.

Elliot, lemmings??? Hahaha, eh, me to. I...eh...hate when that happens!!! What's the "cp" mean, Mr. Cohen?

Cheers Stephen. What a nice comment to receive. glad you like it.

Elliot said...

Cp is a typo and nothing more.

stephan said...

Hi there, i just discovered i'm mentionted on youre link-list (and then discovered youre blog)! I like youre style, lovely women also. It reminds of Hanco Kolk actually. I dont think you know him, but here a sample of his work; http://www.s1ngle.nl/fati.gif.
Anway, i'll be watching youre work for now on. :)