Hi there, gang!
. Wow, that's looking great! Do you use a straight edge for the lines in this, or freehand them? They are so straight and perfectly even. Its going to be a great drawing!
Your library sounds like the stuff of dreams. I just love books, and am developing quite a collection of my own. I have many books on art, both how-tos and artists. I also have many novels (I love novels), and a lot of books on writing technique. I order much of the time from amazon. It's hard to beat. I did feel a twinge of guilt at Borders booksellers closing altogether due to internet sales.
I loved that chain.
. As it happens, I do have a spare bedroom.
Come on over and hear the wolves. I'll be honest though, I've only heard them a handful of times, and they are distant. Even so, you can hear them.
Great going, picking up painting again! Feel free to post your rose drawing and painting here in the Campfire thread if you'd like. It's not really SW/W, but the Campfire is ok for these things.
. Thanks. I'm having a lot of fun with it! I am using an odorless paint thinner. It's the scent of the oils themselves that are bothersome. I tend to be overly sensative to any odors, even faint ones. I hope to just tough it out, because I'm having such a great time!
Oh, both those videos are hilarious! The guilty dog Denver is one of the best videos I've ever seen!
That poor, fat doggie is the very definition of remorse. If you have some time and want to come to love a bird, go to YouTube and search Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot. That is one brilliant bird with a huge vocabulary. This is a good "starter" video of her very smart and clear speaking. She's an amazing bird. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrKvudS76Hg
. It sounds like you had the time of your life at that cattle roundup. Great photo! Feel free to join in around here - that's just what the Campfire is about.
. Congratulations on getting three pieces into the show! How wonderful! Let us know how it goes. Sounds like a great opprotunity!
. Thanks for that link. It looks like a great place! It's so huge. Book sections in antique places or used book stores are so wonderful. I hardly dare to start looking, because there's never enough time to see as many books as I'd like to.
Well, today I finally, finally finished a drawing that I've been working on for months. It's a boxer. Maybe when I get it on the computer, I'll post in here in the Campfire. Feels so good to have it done!
Hello to everybody! Talk to you later.