drawing of the day – “ love is red ”

rodecker_derniap


Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don't know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of withering, of tarnishing.
-Anais Nin



Comments

Tres Swygert said…
Man Paul, this is so beautiful! I love the lines, and the energy in this. Just packed with emotion...I can look at the lines for moments! :)
Thanks Tres,
I am glad you can see the emotion, as it was a very emotional drawing. It was definitely a drawing the needed to happen, and I am glad it did.

This is just a small sample however. The drawing is much larger and has much more going on. I haven't been able to get a decent shot of it with my digital camera, so I scanned in a section of it to see it on my computer.

Thanks for your comment, and have a great day.
Reg Ice said…
Well, I think you have topped the "art-o-meter" and pratically knocked it over! It's stunning.
:-)
akaBRAILLE said…
I really like how forms emerge from the chaos of lines that skirt frantically across the piece. I also think it's cool how you captured a lot of depth in those forms by varying the number of lines and by extension the tone of certain areas. Amazing stuff Paul!

-Ali
Thanks Reg Ice,
I appreciate your comment on my drawing. This drawing is the beginning of a series of drawings I'd like to do in this manner. I'll have to make sure to put it down on my "art-o-calender"

I hope you are having time for your art as well.
Great critique of my drawing akaBRAILLE! In many ways it was a very frantic drawing, so I am glad you were able to verbalize your experience of those lines.

Keep drawing my friend.
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Robin said…
Brilliant, as always, Paul!
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