Ahh...the married life...been there...to make it even more realistic you should have had her foot on his back and a riding crop...
I disagree with Brine Blank--the foot on the back and riding crop would be too much. What's here is a bit more subtle. It's not that he doesn't love her; it's just that he's feeling a little overwhelmed, and not in control of his own life.It's a beautiful drawing!
that's funny Brine!Coreopsis, is it that apparent? because that's what i was going for... thanks!
Sorry...my comment wasn't a critique as much as a sarcastic tirade lol...sometimes the dry humor doesn't come across in text form...I'm working on an 8-track verbal version...
well, I think he's just having a soar neck ;-)BTW: nice illo, as usual!
It is a beautiful drawing. Before I looked at the larger version I read the center line of the sketchbook and the horizon line as cross hairs of a scope.
It really works. Great emotion in those simple lines. I so adore your style.
ps, i linked to you on dabbled as one of the featured IF's for the week! http://www.dabbled.org/2009/05/illustration-friday.html
Thanks everyone for the comments and the link, Dot!
Very nice, who can't relate!! Hey I love your work, it's all really beautiful. I want to add a link to your blog, hope you don't mind!
hehe...oh dear dark times! though missery makes for great art they say!I am dead envious of your texting btw!
Time to have peace, after the hierarchy, balance comes in:)
Whoa--dark take on the topic--but very well done! Nice job.
Senta, thanks for the comment and add!Emily thanks, i envy your fine work!yoon see and Tony, thanks for stopping by and commenting!
I like the little piece of doily to characterize the domestic life...Nice work! Sad but nice!
hehe! i can relate to this. being in a relationship is indeed difficult and sometimes you just have to give her the reins. nice take!
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