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ooooo i like them alot!i was gonna say, as to which i preferred, that one looks more just depressed and worrisome (despite surroundings) while the other looks like it might actually be in a situation warranting worry. ....but then i kept looking to decide which was which and couldn't.... but the contrast still seemed present. thus i think they are a cool set :P.
I like the darker illo better.
I really like this - it looks like a fabric doll sewn together with small worrisome threads, like the hands are sewn onto the head by constant worry...I like the white one best.
these are great...I think I prefer the top one with the white background...probably just because I love contrast....but they are both really good.
The one with the dark background says "worry" to me a bit more than the top one. Both are well done!(And the magpie below is a beauty!)
Both are wonderful. I think the top one is more pleasant to look at--really beautiful lines. But the bottom one evokes more of a worried emotion--I'm more uncomfortable looking at it. Which is more sucessful? Depends on what you wanted the viewer to experience. I think they both work quite well. (but if I had to choose I'd take the top one.)
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the drawing is really fantastic. top one especially.
Both look worry, but I feel the 2nd one worry more!
The top one appeals to me more, love the stone face look like a metaphor spilled poem. Great work!Smiles!
I like the white background, she looks familiar:(
top one is my fav as well... the lines come into their own in the simplicity of the white BG.
hi janie, i like the dark one, its more worried. Im delighted that your mom likes the bracelet, it was a pleasure to make. just saw h & j today and they are both looking great!.... sailing into glengarriff under a dark moon in taurus....sweet! thanks for the commentssee you around xoxoxoxox c
Hi Janie--just wanted you to know that I LOVE your scribble series. The delicate lines look like thread to me, and the juxtaposition against the darker contours is just gorgeous. I hope you'll keep doing more of these.
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