The 'what is so' about my life and art.
Happy Birthday to Emily!elipses elude me too, I've yet to draw a wheel that doesn't wobble!
This is just great Lin! I recognize it from my grands. Yup, wheels get me too, but as someone said to me--hey, wonky is good:)
This is a great "real" bike. As wobbly looking as Emily is probably when she rides it. Great work!
Memories of big wheels come flooding back!! I think they give the little kids confidence to get on the bigger bikesI always recognize your photo in the lawn chair and get a kick out of it.
Wow Lin! This so really so wonderful. You have really captured the feel of the machine!!I can almost smell the burning rubber
I thought of Cin's complaint about her wheels as I read your post--and obviously, Cin thought of the same thing! You've got so much that's difficult here, the ellipses, the foreshortening, lots of interrelated angles, but you've done well with it all. I like your strong linework very much. Good going!
I'll bet Emily gets up some speed on these hot-wheels. :o) Lin I agree with Laura. You handled this very well. I doubt I could have pulled it off. You are amazing in your courage...in the time that I'd still be fussing about wondering if I "could do it or not" - you'd be in there and almost finished. :o) You are an inspiration my friend!
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