Thursday, 11 April 2013

Urban

What could be more urban than graffiti. I can see this from my window. It is far away though so it might no look exactly like this... but similar... eh...

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  1. I check out your drawing of flowers. They are wounderful. I really like them.

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  2. Your work is the opposite of mine: simple, straight, modern, no trimmings, but I LIKE IT! The different textures, the many shades of grey, it's so subtle and ballanced. Great!!!

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    1. Thanks Hedvig. And I like your work, it is happy and colorful with interesting characters, there always seems to be a some cozy story behind the surface.

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  3. This is pretty interesting, so not "you". I mean next thing I hope will be a graffitti that you drew on a wall somewhere ;)

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  4. Dear Sasa, it is not surprising to me that you've drawn a graffiti, because I know you're a fine observer of what is happening in cities (remember Beijing)
    (be alert to when the postman calls ;))))
    byeeeeee!!!! :))

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    1. Thanks Roberto. Waiting postman in eager anticipation... :-)

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  5. Ah, thank you very much for the idea that you gave me, now now now!!!!! I'm thinking of a woman and the moon! :))))♥♥♥ (Cubic)

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    1. Really???!!! I would live to see that!!!

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  6. nice in its simplicity and indeed very effective for urban theme !

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  7. Hi, Sasa,
    It must be a real test of your skills to go from pretty Chinese still lifes, to noisy and ugly city scenes.
    Have a look here: http://www.urbansketchers.org/
    I admire how much urban art these urban sketches put on their small drawing pads.

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    1. Hi Paula, that site is really an urban inspiration! You are not tempted to give city scenes a try? That would really be something different after all your beautiful serene nature studies but I would love to see it :-)

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    2. Maybe I will, Sasa. It would be a challenge. Not in the least because longing to beautiful nature is what drives me back to my drawing table.

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  8. Good idea Sasa and well executed...I think you'll make a good graffiti artist. Don't forget to wear your mask!!

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