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Old 01-30-2020, 04:27 AM
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Old 01-31-2020, 11:17 PM
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What an interesting pen! Did you make it yourself?

Nice line work and variety in the drawing. The stark lighting is very dramatic. I like it!
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Very engaging variety of mark making techniques!
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Pens and ink wells are here.

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Nice one. I like the rocks in and amongst the shadows.
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Very nice drawing.... I like the strength of the back-lit standing stones contrasting with the lighter ones further back.
Lovely range of marks throughout.
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Very dramatic drawing executed perfectly.
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How beautiful, the backlighting is so interesting. Love the sky too.
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That's beautiful. I love those long shadows and and the variety of marks in the stones and the clouds.
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