Saturday, December 10, 2005

Another Chicago Page



I drew this light fixture and the opera singer on our Chicago crawl-tonite I added the Hancock Center from a photo Aor took. We are looking forward to going up in the evening one day soon to see the Christmas lights and have dinner.

16 comments:

Bonny said...

Hi Joyce;

You did a great job with this page in your sketchbook. I also really enjoyed the drawing in your previous post with the candles. You do such nice work!

Bonny in BC

Felicity said...

Great perspective! Nice to see you back again!

Laura said...

Wowee, that's amazing, that tower! It must have taken forever to do such a great job!

Lindsay said...

Joyce! So glad you are back in the drawing swing. HOpe we see you tomorrow. If not, then on our next crawl?

Lin said...

SUPER JOB!!! I LOVE THE PERSPECTIVE YOU ACHIEVED WITH THE BUILDING and lOVE the way you placed it behind the nicely done light fixture. I also think the candles are wonderful!

Nita said...

Super job!

pedalpower said...

Thank guys-it's nice to be back!

Teri C said...

Wowee, that building perspective is awesome...I get dizzy just looking at it.

Glad you are back!

Terri said...

Your Chicago pages are terrific Joyce! You did an excellent job with the perspective for that tower. Well done. :o)

Linda said...

WOW! This is an awesome page!

Janey said...

She looks like she's about to float up to the top of the building.

Lisa said...

Hi Joyce -- so nice to see you posting again. Your drawing of the Hancock is impressive because of the perspective, and the page is engaging because of all the layers. Hope to see you at another crawl some time soon.

Joanne said...

Wow! There is so much detail. I think it is great!

clare said...

And the Hancock Center, it too is surperb. Love the ball point as well.

Lauralyn said...

Wow, how long did it take you to draw the tower. I wish I had your patience. I like this page/your work.

By the way, I could not get the picture of your work/drawing - to open - the one just before this post.

Marie-Dom said...

Amazing perspective! This is superb!!!Very impressive!
MD