“Hung be the heavens with black, yield day to night!”
– It’s Shakespeare, init.
Something is going on here … some silent tension. Great drawing ( and I like the monty-pythony perspective of the roof!)
Thanks deer prudence (:
Love it. Really moody with some excellent Gorey influence perhaps? Ah, and I just saw the racoon, cat, and snake hiding in the grass. Lovely creatures of the night…nice.
Haha, I really enjoy people searching out the details in my drawings – thanks for taking the time! (: Yep definitly influenced by Edward Gorey! I love his illustrations!
this looks like a creepy story illo, that makes me want to know the entire story.
Yep it is a bit creepy! Maybe the black black sky? (:
This is wonderful. I like your technique.
Thanks for your comment Melissa! I just checked out your great blog! I love the graphic art style you use – nice soft colours!
Wow! What a really cool observatory. Spectacular assortment of patterns. I agree it looks a bit scary, maybe because it’s so dark outside and the nocturnal creatures are out.
Hi Cindy (: Thanks – I love old scientific instruments – especially big old telescopes!
Great work here…bravo!
Cheers Theodraws (:
I like this style, black ‘n white, detailed..nice!
Thanks Kate, I really like your bold colour in your bee illustrations – I keep thinking about adding colour but really enjoy working with black ink!
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