I am a firm believer in "use what you have at hand" and this sketch proves my point. Very well done!
Wow... if you hadn't left the raw edges exposed I would not have believed that was cardboard. Great drawing! Now to find me some cardboard...
When I read your EDM post, I was wondering what kind of cardboard it was... question answered! What a great drawing, and I really like how you pulled away some of the top paper to expose the corrugation. nancy
WOW! I say that a lot when I look at your work, but it fits. WOW! You are a master with shading!
The effect is stunningly beautiful! =) I never thought that old cardboards could produce such elegant effect!
Beautiful job! I'm very impressed both with your backing and your art.
Very impressive! Your work is so inspiring.
So beautifully drawn, I think the cardboard adds to it.
Stephen, this is wonderful! I like the atmosphere you've created with the soft tones. This cardboard really works for you!
I love the texture the cardboard gave your drawing, which is always superb!
Thanks for stopping by at my blog, Steve, I've been missing the art world, but just have so much going on right now. This is truly beautiful, I love, love, LOVE the raw edge combined with the drawing - BEAUTIFUL!Hope all is well in your valley.
excellent, my friend.
Great drawing and the texture is really interesting, i love the exposed edge.
Wow! On a cardboard box!! This is really beautiful...how are you going to frame it, though, lol!
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