Graphite on Strathmore
Such an interesting and well rendered seed study! Fascinating detail!
Hi Angie! Thank you for the nice words just before I sleep. And, I’m honored to share a watch list with you so we know each other and share art : )
wonderful use of graphite Polly a beautiful realised drawing.
Hi Loui. Your visit adds wonder and beauty to my graphite. Thank you : )
The details in this image are just amazing…great study!
Thanks so much, Marie : ) I am grateful for your appreciation of my drawing. Thanks for sharing it out via your fav’s. :)
Delightful observation and wonderfully detailed drawing, superb. Alma
Hi Alma. Thanks so much!
This is wonderful, fabulous detail :)
Hi Lorraine! Thanks so much for visiting : ) Much appreciating your praise of my study. I would love to do more… perhaps I will….
without being disrespectful, i also see a whole lot of beaut bottoms in this lovely study……
ha! lest we disrespect the seed, I also wondered why this particular form would be an evolutionary advantage. Perhaps it attracts birds ?!?!
love this kind of stuff. so lovely, just enough information to tantalize. :)
yvonca!!! SO GRANDE to have you visit : ) I think often — reallly! - of your hickory bud drawings, and am so pleased you like my seeds : ) We have hickory trees, and I photograph the magical unfolding of those leaves every year. I’d LOVE to draw them -- but then, you’ve done that to such perfection, I just may prefer to look at yours : )
that’s really weird how my comment was formatted with stricken text. ?
yeah. i hate those stricken lines . . . let’s just ignore them. :)) x.
Thanks very much, Ellen : ) It’s great to have you visit!
Really like this study Polly. I can`t resist picking up seed pods.leaves etc on my walks. I have little bowls of them all over and not enough time to draw them!!!
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