aha SOOOO beautiful!! aww a little wooden girl!! The grain lines and joins are AMAZING!! love this!! you have such great ideas!!I loved those birds ,,Thanks! gorgeous!( I have just been busy getting ready for an art show and my little one has had tonsillitis aargh!!!)
Hi Amalia.....this is beautiful....you are so amazing with the details...stunning piece...
Amalia this is really cool. I love the idea of a wooden girl. Really, really lovely
Such a peculiar drawing! Astonishing... Putting questions... I have the feeling that time has stopped for this wooden girl. But she's still looking ahead, waiting for Him - her puppeteer, to give her life, to make her smile... Her mouth is created to open, but obviously she does not want to. Midnight is the hour when dolls become alive, it's almost 12.30 - and she's still silent.Something must happen so that the anxiety and the chaos in the soul would disappear. I like very much her look, so dreamy, although sad!
Such an unusual and original idea and so brilliantly drawn! :) xx
This is gorgeous work!
I love this work...very unusual I had to study it for a while to take it all in. I love original and this is very unique. great job.Smiles
Lovely illo. I love it!
Oh what beautiful rendering in this Amalia! The wood grain is perfect, the details in her dress, her piercing eyes - another masterpiece my dear, now if we could only master time! xoxo
that is lovely! beautifully rendered!
Very haunting image Amalia! An unforgettable character and a beautiful color palette. Great job! P.S. Thanks for the nice comments you made about my piece. They were greatly appreciated.
Goodness, oh goodness, she is beautiful! I really love the soft drawing in the background as well. I think SHE's the culprit who's been stealing your time. It's right there in her hands.
Cheers, everyone! You're all so kind... :))
So lovely my Friend, although time goes by let´s think positively and dream that a hopeful future is waiting for us. Kisses from Argentina,Flor
Beautiful drawing and the wood texture is incredible.
hey this is really cool nice image!
Oh! This is wonderful Amalia, a wooden lady. I also love the quote you shared here. Your pencil art is so soft and lovely.
oh, si doi sangatsangatsangat cantik sekali...seperti terbuat dari kayu asli...padahal dari kertas biasa ya...hahahahah garing ini gw pagi2 rariweuh, aku pengen kembali single seperi dulu.yayayayaya ntar aku buka2 ym kalo sempet, to be honest, ga pernah dibuka sama sekali, terlupakan.banyak pekerjaan yang tertunda, males aku pengen belanja ngabis2in duit.
Well you want to be lazy? So do I!You know Amalia, there are no archetypes for wooden girls in my book of wooden girls! Wonderful how you have kept the girl's beauty under the grain. She is so serene. The white band in her hair, the blouse - so innocent.Just like me. :)
the detail in this drawing (all your drawings, actually) is amazing! love it!
But you can tell from my photograph :)
This is so haunting! I love her expression. Your characters' eyes are so intense. I love the woodgrain and the joints. There is something about this illustration that reminds me of something. OMG!!! I just realized her outfit looks like my elementary school uniform! That is so cool!Wow, this so cool. Of course none of the girls had blonde hair. There was one blonde American boy. His name was Steven. See what your illustration just did? It reminded me of a time long ago!
Oh wow your art is beautiful! I'm a fan!
This is beautiful work, soft with great detail and thank you for visiting my blog.Ni
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