Thank you so much, dear. You havew cutesy footsies. ^_^ I am going to print this out if that's okay so I can have it for a reference sheet. It is hard trying to get my kids to hold still so I can draw their feet.
We can talk about THAT kind of easy access in a different place. ll! I was talking about how I can use my own hand to LOOK at, only, for a live model, don'tcha know. *blush* Dear me, now I'm having to explain myself!
This piece was done for college, and in my drawing class sketchbok it was required that I write something to go with each picture, so I applied that requirement in an artistic manner. The text is in Scottish Gaelic, and it's the lyrics to a song about an exile saying goodbye to his lover.
Instructors for Fine Arts... I guess it's a way to help students learn different styles other than cartooning and fantasy. It made me sad, though, and I didn't like it one bit, I can tell you... I had to paint about (yech) issues...
Sure that would be awesome! I know a bit of Irish Gaelic, but I'm not very good with the Scottish. And yes Jamie is.. *sigh* The bestest book character with the most sexual appeal that ever existed. Rawr. Too bad it's only a book.
Here you go, it's a very cool site, i like it very much. You can even hear the word so you know how to prononce them! Oh yeah, i agree, Jamie just me go ...sigh... I now have a thing for red head (watch out ladyanime
Thanks very much! A lot of my old sketchbook pieces have the writing all over them. Most are journal entries, some are song lyrics, often in different languages, as much of my work had to do with diversity and travelling at that point in time.