A Lifetime of Regret (2019)

in #ntopaz2 years ago

ntopaz-image-0ntopaz-image-1ntopaz-image-2ntopaz-image-3Here's another drawing I did recently. I combined pen scribbles with charcoal in this one. It's always fun combining different mediums into one artwork.


I love it, it looks magnificent, so mysterious, something deep <3

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Thank you!

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Wow! You are far too talented! I love your art work!!! 😍 It's simply amazing to do art in scribbles. 😊

You should try it. It's surprisingly easy.

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Hahaha! 😂 Nice encouragememt, but I don't have a talent..

Interesting result. I am admired that many scribbles together make a shape and in this case a face. The faces are hard to make !! You are marvelous jmvanbreda

Thank you very much.

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Brilliant. Thank you!

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A lifetime of regret.. very special name for this drawing..

For me it looks like he is thinking. But I don't know if he thinks about the past or about his future. He is deep in his thoughts and I assume that these are not happy thoughts (from his expression)

Well done! Thank you for sharing and have a lovely day!

Thank you very much for a thoughtful comment.

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This is great!!
It's really cool to draw such a nice picture with a tangled black line.

I'm glad you like it.

Great piece. The charcoal really brings out the melancholy feel of the man.

Wow... I love ink and charcoal work so much...

Me too. <3

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I really like this job.

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