Saturday, May 17, 2008

Ladies and gentlemen... France's moly!

The experience of seeing France's work without the interference of the computer screen is hypnotizing, your eye wanders from stroke to stroke enjoying such an amazing technique. You'are going to love it when you get this moly! But first I'll have to overcome the anxiety of making my own mark on it. That's going to be interesting.

Friday, May 16, 2008

not in my backyard

Actually, that's exactly where it is.
Miguel's Moley in my backyard, which isn't a euphemism - can I say that? If not, I apologise and blame it entirely on the British sense of humour.
Anyway, how gorgeous does this look? Even on a typical grey Derbyshire day.
And, in answer your question, Suzanne, it's very much like this.
See more of this stuff HERE.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

I was about to write a comment on Andrea's post...

...this morning, when Roberta came home with this:

Even if Judi sent this as "letter" and not as "parcel", since the other moley took 4 week to arrive, to see this at home in just 2 weeks it's been a fantastic surprise (I expected it for next week). Then I opened the envelope and I've found the key: Judi put this irish turbo-enhancing-amulet inside (btw. are you irish descent?)

This is the second time I receive your stuff and I must admit it's touching. I've suddenly loved the way this drawings meet, and I've read the shuttlecock as a metaphor of a little japanese sketchbook flying overseas (the moley my friend is blowin' in the wind).

Here is the flat image of Judi's continuation to Gabi's horizon.

Monday, May 5, 2008

progress report

It's not cheating really, is it? I was just wondering where you guys are up to? Anyone sent off the second Moley? Anyone started the second Moley? I've just finished Suzanne's. This is the point where our two drawings meet. Or should that be collide?