It is breathtaking! I find that the detail in people's hands often evoke clearer memories of their nature than the more common portrait focusing on the face.This is something you will always cherish, I'm sure. And Beth, too!Really inspiring, Steve.
Love that - the reflection on the crayon is so realistic and makes a really novel but great focal point. Portraying crayon marks with gouache is quite ambitious but you've definitely pulled it off there! Beautiful picture. x
beautiful and brings me back to the intimate moment of playing with a crayon
Wait, I thought that was gouache (my spellchecker wants to make that goulash =)AND crayon. Is that really ALL goulash only? Then I am VERY impressed because I have no idea how you did it, Steve.(: Pippa
i like the strong sense of light you perceive from the crayon! by the way thanks for your vote!!! It is hard to compete with these skilled artists.
I love how the point of view is so focused on the crayon. It reminds me of when I was a kid and I used to put my face right up to the paper when I was coloring.
okay, i'm a dork because that teared me up a bit. just reminded me so much of my little girl. the boy doesn't have patience for anything as sedentary as drawing. poor him.Just wonderful!
SO good. I, too, love th light on the crayon. Somehow, it brings it all to life.Working on something Beth might like right at the moment (which is why I'm up at silly o'clock).
You are a teacher - for your children! Perhaps the best they'll ever have.
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