Sweet! The large version that opened was really... large! It was nice to see the details clearly.
Thanks- glad you could see it clearly.
I can see clearly now the...yeh, this is really good, Dan...beautiful rendering...I like all the Sarah's, but I think I like the regular pencil (b/w) ver. best.On this one the only thing that bothers me is the head on the mic...doesn't look rounded enough.
thanks. Not sure what you mean by not rounded enough...Do you mean it doesn't look 3-dimensional enough? That's what I was thinking about. Did you get why she's holding the mic that way?
yes, more 3-dimensional..sometimes words escape me. I figure she's holding it like a c**k.
Hey, my Mom reads this blog! Careful with the implied language...You're right, though- it's pretty obvious. She's milking the mic to get the most out of her performance.
I thats an awesome drawing. But I'm still a fan of the scrinchy-face one. I think that one says a LOT about her. Plus in this one...the mic... I don't know... is it rounded enough?
Yeah, I'm going to change the mic for the painting; I experimented with the lines in the mic in a way I mormally wouldn't have, and it didn't work the way I wanted. Oh well- now I know. I'm going to use this one for the painting, because it also says a lot about who she is and what her act is. She gets a "JERK" response from the audience from her off-BEAT (beat-off), sometimes "dirty" jokes. The look she's giving the viewer is that of knowing what's going on in the drawing, and knowing that you know. I still like the other ones as well, but what are you going to do? Don't worry, though, Cam- you haven't seen the last of that other drawing, which I also like.
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