Very beautiful - I like it
oh, what a wonderful work! it's so delicate, is like a visual poem. simply enchanting.
yes of course. I love that book
The resemble is striking between this and "faeries" book, did it inspire your picture? (sorry about my English
First of all, I would like to compliment you on this masterpiece. It's truly beautiful. I, too, know the picture from which you got the inspiration, & I think your drawing of the sad woman is just... Extraordinary. It does resembel Da vinci's work. I esspecialy love the flowing gown, the details of the horse, & the soft fragile complection of her face- the expression is amazing- so touching & uncertain. Overall it looks like one of those pieces carved in wood (forgot how you call them in english). Beautiful.
Yes, you are right, I love Brian Froud and Alan Lee art and when I saw that image I was caught, expecially for the (very)little piece of the sad lady. So I draw an elf, (with my style) thinking about that picture.
I think that learn from big artists are important, so I don't hide, I 'v got the inspiration from that picture.
I enjoyed this piece...as much as I enjoyed a strikingly similar piece by either Brian Froud or Alan Lee in their 1978 hardcover book entitled "Faeries"... you can see for yourself at this link:
Kind of reminds me of something elven. How you used brown paper. Just gives it an ancient or mystical feel. Very well done.
A very nice piece, reminds me of a few images I saw by Leonardo Da Vinci in this sort of style, I think they were equestrian also. Anyway, very well done!
excellent! a nice Arthurian slant in there, milady!
awesome sketch!!! The fabric floating, teh grace and thoughtfullness of the woman, the great definition of the horse. All of supreme quality. Meli
No wonder, you're Italian. This is so great and you're so young. Can't wait to see more. Reminds me of Da Vinci...the clothes, the fabric, the old yellow paper, the pencil... I saved your work on my hard drive; I hope you don't mind.
reminds me of an Alan Lee drawing.
Very pretty! I like the quite, classical feel you have here.
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