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.

10 comments:

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

OH MY GOD!!! OH MY GOD. How are we supposed to draw in this? It's hard to imagine you were nervous, and even bought a new Moley, all that time ago France. It's amazing, as always. And I LOVE the inside cover. Perfect.

free[k]hand said...

Well, I absolutely agree, it's so fantastic that I feel intimidated too. But I'm also excited to draw on the same piece of paper (I prefer not just beside :-D)

Kathleen said...

Wow! Truly astonishing work, France! I'm glad I'm not in your group--how could anyone follow this?? (But then again, I'm sad I'm not in your group, it would be so great to see this stuff close-up!!)

juj said...

oh holy crap! france - this is amazing! gabi - i hope you take your time. I'm gonna need a while to work up the nerve to receive this one. lol

wagonized said...

Gabi, do you know that i toyed with the idea of drawing the Israeli flag behind Olmert -- but thought better of it. Now i'm finding out one of your latest assignments for the Seattle Times was to illustrate the commemoration of the anniversary of Israel. How coincidental...
Andrea, i yet have to tackle YOUR Moly, which intimidates the crap out of me!!!
*deep breath*

suzanne said...

Ditto the others. So glad I'm not the one who needs to draw directly after this! Eeek.

Anita Davies said...

WOW!
I am sure you will all do this moley proud, such talent here.

Marty Harris said...

I am not a very observant Jew, secularly speaking. I wouldn't know Ehud Olmert if I crashed my Jeep Wagoneer into his old Volvo. Regardless, these are beautiful drawings. A lovely portrait no matter who it is.

Ollif said...

OMG! The portrait is S-T-U-N-N-I-N-G!!!!
((=
keep on creating such great drawings(=

africantapestry said...

I'm enjoying seeing your moley's going around...they all look just wonderfully creative!
Ronell