I admire how Sherlock Holmes influenced you in your oncoming art, and made your day
and sunshine to glimmer much better. That underwater mermaid under the moonlight is
looking powerful, I have to admit that you’ve managed to fulfill every requirement that
was expected. I would be the one who would give you the rose from the whole organized
company that keep admiring your art. It’s a bit dark, yes you asked, but Holmes was
also more likely to solve his mysteries in the dark alleys, looking directly in the face of the
underworld masters of organized crime. That last painting has that scary inevitable
feeling, the included fascination, the hidden industrial non commercialized ways within the
bronze flowers on the mythical stone field. Me personally got the feeling when you are
alone in a private place, and you think that no one is watching you, and then you get
yourself comfortable, loose your clothes and then realize that there is someone in the
corner watching you all the time. That lightning burning moment when you realize that
another person is in the room and watching you, that is what I felt first when I saw your
painting. You were always able to pull of this kind of masterful moves with your art Mrs. Spot.
I can truly respect this, and I want to express my joy and satisfaction toward your thoughtful
well smartly created pieces. Cheers to a true warrior of time like you are Mrs. Spot.
good sketch's , do more of them , proportions are a bit off , pay attention to shapes more , no need to force yourself to shading , its better to keep it simple with good line quality , then later on continue on with shading , you have grounded your drawings nicely .