Tuesday, March 29, 2011

A Red Touch

I stopped after three additional

red add ons....Natually, Papa Hoodoo

liked his name there best....he said the Voodoo

blood drops might be too scary

and the heart wasn't edgy

enough... I forgot to say I tried my

new Noodlers fountain type

pen on this assignment and liked

the feel of it...used Noodler's

Lexington Gray ink. I read where

you can add water to make it lighter gray...


Anonymous said...

This is just fabulous!

Sandy said...

Ummmmm Looks delicious, I loved New Orleans, and the food, music, atmosphere, so unique!! I think I like the heart rendition best, but each is scrumptous! Bignets anyone or praleens (sp?)

john.p said...

Those look like good eats, Winna! How does a northeast person get in a situation to sketch Cajun?

Plush Possum Studio said...

Wow!!!!! I am so enthused about finding you online!! Your work is some of hte finest I've found. Gorgeous, clear colors, really amazing detailing, lots of visual impact. Wow again!!!!!

. said...

Mmmmm sea food, all looks so good and great fun (I like the little stick men dancing around the page).
Great drawing!!

Dan Kent said...

Wow - makes me want to go to New Orleans. Interesting info about the Lexington Grey - I'll have to look that up.

ElasticUnicorn said...

Hello Winna,

Really superb!


Amber said...

This is making me hungry!