I have revised this sketch so many times and I can’t even stop myself. chuckle, chuckle. Sorry folks, I am working hard to get to the next step with my drawings and marketing efforts. I have thought this over for quite a while and last night I decided this alphabet and text series is not for public taste. It’s not that people don’t actually like this kind of thing, but I think it’s a non-fit for this on-line store venue. I can see this idea fitting ….where? Right now I don’t know but I have all the psd files and I can use them at any time.
Being an artist is hard enough but when you go through a deep learning curve, it is nerve-racking. I am driven to find a solution to this little dilemma and I am confident an answer will put up its weary head and I will end up smiling. Every day I am learning and every day new doors open. Moving to Mexico has given me the opportunity to work for as many hours per day as I want to without being distracted by life’s problems. I love it here and celebrate that I can finally draw, paint and click to the world what is going on in my brain.
I have always walked two paths for as long as I can with my art. Many have told me I am a traditional painter trying to fit into a commercial world. YES! They are correct. I guess I like too many things and want to explore too much.
here’s the link to see the latest version of this drawing.
This is the revision of the first hammock sketch I did using the word “Rest”. I actually changed a lot of things. I think it’s much better and it is over-all a lot lighter than the old green version. So your comments are appreciated and I am listening. I am trying to be super simple but maintain personality.
Here is the first version using a lot of greens and the text is much heavier in the first version. I like the new above version much better. Comments appreciated.
2 thoughts on “Hammock Lazy Days of Summer”
Hi Michele, I like the last version better, too.
I wish you much success on Red Bubble!
Thank you Micha, this painting was featured yesterday in our group of whimsical art on Red Bubble. I am so glad I revised it twice as it was worth the effort. Thanks for your input. Sometimes the internet is great.