The way you captured the cat's face is so good. I love how you render fur. So good!Do you think you're going to change it after noticing the Laurie Lipton connection? Personally, while I can certainly see the influence I think your drawing is distinctively yours.
While I absolutely ADORE Laurie Lipton, I don't see much similarity. As the above commenter noted, this image is distinctly yours and yours alone! It's a great example of work consisting of a similar premise but being in two differnt worlds, orbiting in harmony without a chance of colliding.The cats expression, rendering and of course floating crown are MARVELOUS!
Thanks peeps! I don't think i'll change it now. When I first realised I thought i'd have to but after actually looking at Lipton's piece for longer I realise they are incredibly different...whilst involving the same 'things'.
It's always a pleasure to read you. Your recent drawings are marvellous as usual, very poetic and strange at the same time.Sorry for my englishYour "old" fan number one in FranceLaurence
wow, i love all of your art so very much! i just faved all of your etsy shop! what a magical world! for me, this piece reminds me a little of eas of the sun west of the moon adn the girl riding on the polar bear, but it definitely has its own magic-love this!
ooh- more! more!
It's very different, but it made me think of this John Bauer: http://www.artsycraftsy.com/bauer/jbleap_the_elk.htmlMore in feeling than image, I guess... anyway, yours is gorgeous!
your drawings are stunning. this one in particular is very touching.
i love these pencil drawings, this one particularly. i was going to buy your fox print this month, but this one kind of won.. for now.i'm really excited about the big piece you are working on.
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