Thursday, April 03, 2008

Antique-ly Modern?


it is odd...
i don't really know how to read chinese but, most of the books on my table
are in chinese, but what's even more odd is that, i do understand them...most of the time...
and i teach sunday class in Mandarin too...
....
I've re-positioned my work area again...
I'm quite happy with it this time...
only, maybe it's a bit too dark...
i think i need a table lamp with white lighting :)

and this, is my 2nd illustration since re-positioning...



7 comments:

Shuku said...

There was a girl, they said, who had hair red as the dawn, and the sun rose and fell on the wings of her smile...

So beautiful and such perfect, soft lines!

--Shuku

Eric Orchard said...

Really beautiful!
How do you get such soft,luminous effects?

constance said...

Thanks shuku and eric :)

eric, I've used soft pastels for the recent 2 illos :)

johanna said...

ethereal!

Graciela said...

So poetic images.
I really like them.
Congratulations!
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Orla said...

People should read this.

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