I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, It's a way of looking at life. Dr.Seuss

Thursday, July 18, 2013

why not the cows?


quick sketches on location....

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    1. yes!!!! (my idea of paradise is, however, not the same ) :)

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  2. I like the front view best. soulful eyes of longing.

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    1. Me too, Ted. The problem is the animals are not statues and they are all the time moving. I found it not so easy to capture them.....well, I did not meet any sloth there in the meadows ... :)

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    2. haha. Walking Sticks would be good posers, too.

      We used to take our sketchbooks to bars to draw (and attract) women, but they are always moving, unlike the men, who dont turn their heads as much. But who wants to draw them??

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    3. yes, movable objects (not only women) are difficult to capture.... I try it occasionally in the train , but not for the sake to attract passengers :)
      Maybe I put something on my blog one day.....

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  3. hello they aren't Cows! Cows have guns :) Did you nose that? Great eye you have art, for me to draw those they would have to be stuffed. Now there's an idea. What's for dinner? Stuffe cows with guns :)

    Now I hope you knopw Cows With Guns is a song! If you don't you will t hink I am a mad cow :)

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    1. ha ha Cows have guns ! I looked it up on You Tube :) Thanks for that! In Artichokistan we play different music more like a chirp of a little birds :)

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  4. Walking beef sketches...with a dash of horseradish sauce and mustard! Haha excellent...glad you wandered into the country to pencil these cows!

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    1. ha ha walking beef (steaks) , yes Rod, walking in the open air is a very memorable event !
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  5. Lovely cows! They look pretty still here, but then I know that everything I am interested in drawing moves all the time too--people, dogs, cows. Alas. But you've captured their essential cow-ness.

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