Derwent Studio Coloured Pencils on Large WCNB
This is so tender. Reminds me of a Franz Marc painting, yet in softer colors.
Margie, is it a compliment? If yes, then thanks, but then I’m puzzled: Why didn’t you fave it?
Look up Franz Marc on the web and you will see his work – he is one of my favorite artists!
I forgot to “fave” your picture (I often forget, I just write comments).
How can you determine who has faved your work on skineart? I didn’t know that was possible!
I know Marc’s work and Blau Ritter movement (if I recall correctly), and I like him too. One normally cannot determine who has faved ones work, unless (which was the case here) you have a positive comment and “not faved yet” tag in the same time. Then, using a bit of logic one comes to conclusion…
You wrote: “Then, using a bit of logic one comes to conclusion…”
LOL! Yes, a bit of logic helps!
Comparing your squirrel to Franz Marc’s work is a GREAT compliment. I have prints of his work hanging on my walls. What I like about his paintings are the colors (of course) but also the exquisite tenderness with which he renders animals. Your squirrel seems very light, quick and alert. You have captured his essence.
I’m really flattered. Thank you Margie, and no hard feelings (I didn’t mean anything bad, it just happened that at the time of your comment the little heart remained gray for a while). Obviously by that time noone else noticed anithig special about my post. You did, and I’m extremely grateful. I don’t think I deserve to be compared to such masters of the 20th century …
BTW, how do you like Paul Klee?
It’s a lovely little drawing of an alert and perky squirrel. I love to watch them at play.
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