Hello, Scott .
It would be great, but I have a funny feeling it will never happen, I'm sitting tight with my daily routine and you are too, as I see.
It would be wonderful though, if we all would keep on openness in real life. I'm mostly the same in both realities, as I see myself, but what if I see myself wrong .
You know I got Aim just for you and vigo, so I'm gonna use it. I have no idea what I will say to you. As I said before, I don't understand you, just very happy that you are real. So I'm gonna ask a lot, will you answer? It's not easy to skip answers in chat . It will be not easy to do with me, ask Min . We already called each other stubborn in the chat.
Well, maybe I will be in New York some day. I really want to and I love museums. Metropolitan, Oh, that would be so great.
I found Dylan. He is running away. That's not his crowd, he needs the tougher one . His back still has all his charm , You probably asked him politely to sit for the portrait . He said "sure" on his way out .
Beautiful thumbnails in pen. All of them. Are they from imagination? Well, they are really great because of movement and because you gave them individual features. These straight long hair, separated in the middle, narrow high forehead, some fanatic exhaustion in the faces, madness. And the thumbnail with the back to viewer is great, and monkey-like guy descending from above on the rope! And they are very small again, but I will no throw a fit today, I'll just say be more careful and don't put your food on your art work to protect your table. . It might be worth more than your table.
Your figure studies, they have you all over them, you just can draw bones and muscles. You are ending up drawing real people with very fine emotion. Plus apparently you mind is starting wandering, and I adore it. These pretty fleshy guys look so dreamy in your interpretation.
And I recognize with pleasure your manner in this beggar old woman. As always very personal and refined. and as always have some fairy tale feeling.
Btw, I think your style and Käthe Kollwitz's are the opposites in some things, but they have some common too. She is extreme, square and heavy, you are elegant, fine and with light smile on most of your drawings or paintings. But there is a common ground: feelings, open warm human feelings. Btw, I 'm very fond of her work, I just amazed at her personality not less. As yours, btw.
Well, that's what I think.
Sorry for the long reply, I just can't do it the other way, I guess.