It's amazing! I love it so much! Sleeping is a definate pleasurable peril with this result!
Great hatching technique! :)I love looking at drawings like this, reminds me of the dollar bills we spend everyday
LOL Love it- what do they think?I draw mine asleep too ;)
Amazingly well done:)I bet they also loved it:) once they woke up:)
Fantastic, as always!
This is soo cool...a great capture! :)
Absolutely fabulous! I'm sure your son would have loved it too..
Wow! What wonderful perspective in this drawing. A great picture and one to treasure.
That's a very good drawing. Although, to be honest, I'm not a big fan of drawings/pictures showing people asleep or with their eyes shut, gives me too much of memento mori aspect of the art of representation :( I am waitinig for your next work asap!!
Lord you're talented! There are amazingly few lines depicting the features of your sweet (and handsome) couple. Awesome!
Great work! I love the detail work on your drawings because it adds so much interest!
Brilliant brilliant brilliant. I'm still amazed at how you manage to capture faces so well with so few lines - I'd really have screwed that up if it had been me. I've decided ink scares me. :-)Love the pose as well - it's so peaceful.Plus I get to be smug that I've seen it close up - the hatching is wonderful.
hee hee - what a great moment to capture, and you are such a skillful artist. I bet they love it. They look so peaceful.
Your blog has a nice layout.
hello Stephen,Thank you for visiting my blog and giving me this opportunity to follow your work. I look forward to seeing your postings further.
Wow Stephen, found your blog! Lovely work.
This is completely stunning, Stephen.
Hi Stephen! Thanks for your kind comments, always appreciated.I agree with most of the people here, very nice cross-hatching technique indeed!Oh, and by the way, I also agree with your saying everyone should do art in the way the can. So true!Cheers from Madrid!
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