Ahhhh! Terribly true and so well done!
she's lovely all the same! i was caught off guard by the early post, but managed a top-three anyway!
Nice illustration, and thanks for the tip on my blog.Keep up the great work.
you are, as usual, primus inter pares
first among equals
Unless you have Botox!;-)
I was going to say, some of my best friends have wrinkles, but actually I think all of my best friends have wrinkles (and they're great!).
nice work Will...wrinkles can give some character I hear...lol
Back on top again I see...great quote and nice setup on the illo...
Kind of Picasso-like. Nice.
Great Quote and nice illo.
Well done illo....yep...we all get them eventually!
And every line makes her all that much more beautiful!
To get wrinkles is the only way to live looong.... Hhehe! I love this drawing, Willie! :)
We don't get wrinkles so much as we get less smooth.
ohh ive been to a Picasso exhibition of his early works in a museum in holland a few weeks back and your illo reminds me of him!coool....
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Love it, Dub!A Baronet original...No other like it!!!
Indeed, but she retains her beauty. Nice work Willie.
as always love your sense of humour:)lovely picture..and by the way very real in meaning;)
very well said. and i LOVE her. she's so poignant, and elegant. her age suits her. :)))
She has wonderful wrinkles.
True, if we're lucky to live that long. Nice illustration.
i love the simple lines that are able to create a world (sorry for my orrible englis).i like your works.neko. :)
Some of us didn't have to wait long for our wrinkles! :) Loving the line work!www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com
I have already read your post, Willie.. I´d like to participate at the moleskine echange, it seems fun!Hugs
Are the two bottles on the left some Loreal stuff, "because she's worth it"?
Amazing line work, great concept!
but she still sets her hair, positive thinking
and yet still there are people out there who pretend not to realise this. nice work.
What are a few wrinkles? She's lovely... even the flower agrees!
Like the quote, like the drawing. It's rather Picasso-ish in a rounder sort of way, well done!
Great post as always!! Love the hair!! Some say that wrinkles tell the story of our life. So, can they really ever be erased?
haaa. Thats great. Haaa. yep.I love this.(psst ,have you spied on me ?!)
Her wrinkles suit her. I think mature women are so much more attractive than their younger years. There's a softness that occurs. It's just hard to convince us of that though. Beautiful Willie :)
indeed it does. great style!
Her boobs are still perky as hell! No wrinkles there, another great illo!
ah yes... the truth in black and white.personally, i am still in denial.
wow, well she must work out!! a little nutriste might do the trick! faboo illo Willie, and first again, dern it!! I'll catch up to you yet!! Take care doll! I expect to see you and your gal on Dancing With The Stars! ; )a : )
this one is great! as usual, you're stuff is a blast.
Nice job, Willie!
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie