House on Long Island, passed few times, looked, developed relationships, drew on a spot, finished at home. Inking in large Moley.
Nice pic, nice place – a bit spooky though…
Haven’t seen no ghosts?
Ziza, thank you. I thought it looked gothic to me, german kinda. Standing out among other houses. This why I drew it. It was a day light, no ghosts.
Looks charming, Nikira. I really like the way you have used the “sepia” like ink to give this an old fashioned look – like a faded photograph. Lovely! When do you move in?
Me gusta mucho, Nikira.
Los trazos con el toque sepia son preciosos.
I like it, Nikira.
The strokes with the sepia touch is precious.
I love it. Instead of ghosts, I thought of a quaint and charming children’s book illustration.
yes, very charming. I love it, too.
Thank you very much, Bob, Nuria, Susan and Andrea. I am very happy you liked it.
@Bob, I am gonna cut and paste your words in my heart, because this what I like, old faded photograph, almost like yellowing dagerrotype (spelling?) and my dream is to do etching, which I did last time at 18 . Hopefully, I’ll find the way to get to the press machine one day.
Beautiful! The building on the right (the side of it) is glowing.
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