:---Pi was actually going to say hiii willieee and then :) but thts lying...ok gess wht tht is..its a smiley licking his snot.sorry.im in a sad :--( mood.
So after moving to the designated direction, we can't prove that it will turn out well. It really makes me ponder...
Yeah Willie....great lines....you are the best!!!!! LOL
great quote from Holmesa
and hopefully choose the wright direction. Great illo.:))
I used to have that quote tacked onto my computer!Like the drawing too, the lines are different from your usual drawings, but still feels free.
Different line style here Dubya-Bee, I like it.As far as your quote goes; What if you're one of those really obese people that has to be forklifted out of their home? Does the direction of bowel movement count as the greatest thing then?
Walking Tall Rrramone! Arrrrrgh matey.Smooch,The Tart
Nice! It really reminds me of a fashion illustration (that is a compliment :) just to clarify!)Good job!
cowboydogWhen I lived in the city I used to wonder why.
as long as im movin forward works for me nice pen sketch
Nifty thought and profile. I think I've had a few days like that...
Very debonair, very Fred Astairish. I think I see 2 eyes there, yes I do.
Hey me again. I just saw your exquisite portrait of a flip flop (just one, like your eyes)in the sky with a cloud over at the Tart's. Very nice. I do feel so impolite calling someone a Tart.
I like this sketch with a glimpse of the city behind you. You look like you might walk right off the paper. Fresh gritty look to this piece.
This handsome man is just my type. Send him over and I will use him as my new muse. Like Janey, I like your flip flop over at the Tart's blog. Nice work.
no actually Escher is very fitting for the illusion of love...i happened upon the picture by coincidence...matches my words...Anyway...I love the cool soul brother...looks like New York...
Great bold lines that really capture the atmosphere of this cityscape. Excellent illustration!
this man is definitely not happy here.
You're right bout the 'do taste'...silly mistake.and no they dont. thts just the taste of the dirt under your toenails...mine taste of white chocolate.
Nice sketch Willie.
I like this! The perspective is very cool, and the Holmes quote is...motivational! I like to be motivated! BTW, the tatooed gal has just a few more sessions left at the parlor before she's ready for her next close-up. She's turning out well:>
I simply love this.
very cool, love the quote....like the thicker lines you did this time too!
I like your new pen!
nice layout, few lines capture the mood of a city!!
Very nice! The bold pen strokes really give it a dark mood. I like it!
love this thickerlined guy walking tall here...makes him really part of that skyline.very cool...
Nice...this one's very gestural. I like it.
hrm...your style changed in this one....wonder why...unless, was this drawn by someone else?
Nice lines, sometimes they are embellished with playful details, other times they hint at stuff, like yer dude's hat and glasses.You're a breath of fresh air, ALWAYS!
This is really cool. So much for only being black and white - I love the effect and the continuous lines throughout.
The scribbly buildings are nice.. I have to agree with Hamsa Hand, that this dude is not happy in the city... or maybe his date is late?
delicious attitude. very pensive.........
Simple and effective! Great job!!
strong stuff as always. the quote is just perfect. hat's off.
I love your free line work-
You captured the atmosphere wonderfully...and very simply! Wonderful!
hey there! what wonderful sketchpad meanderings! lovely work ;)
First, I've never seen so many comments for one illo.Second, WOW! I really like your style. Excellent linework.
great sketch, I just love sketchbooks!
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie