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  • Would you be worried about spoiling it? If so - I know the feeling all too well. If you'd really like to leave it, then I suggest you do; start a new drawing and see how you get on with that; you can call this one a study - and there's no shame in them there!

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Tue 02 Aug 21:04:01
  • Hi Robert, I just like the look of it not finished for some weird reason, and I feel it may be difficult to carry on with it to correct earlier mistakes. I hate having to do the same thing twice (lazy) so I think I will use modern technology to help me (cheat) and scan it, and then carry on with it & hope I can actually finish it. Then I can kid myself & everyone else about the unfinished masterpiece if I fail! *Laughs* I do really want to scan it as it is though for my own weird reasons! If I was famous I bet I could get away with it as it is, and everyone would think I'm a genious, but as I'm not they wpuld probably think I'm a lunatic?

    Posted by James Lazzari on Tue 02 Aug 21:17:43
  • Update:- It's 2:42 am & I've just been doing some more alterations to my drawing, so I'm carrying on in a true courageous spirit to get this finished, but I'm off back to bed first! Once again thanks Robert for your advice, if this one fails, I may just treat it as a study, and tackle it again!

    Posted by James Lazzari on Wed 03 Aug 02:46:22
  • I think I like this as it is James. It reminds me of something to do with the strange world in the quest for beauty in any way possible!! being cut to pieces or grabbing all the plants in the wilderness to make concoctions to spread on your face with the promise of looking like a teenager again. Lol. I am going on aren't I? Yes your drawing says something to me.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Wed 03 Aug 08:56:47
  • Crikey Carole! :-)

    Posted by James Lazzari on Wed 03 Aug 09:33:10
  • It's a really intriguiging piece as is, James, but I'd be interested in seeing your alterations too, One never knows where the next step will lead to in art, but I guess that's the appeal!

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Wed 03 Aug 09:52:47
  • Thanks Seok, I agree about the appeal of Art! She's coming along, she has two eyes now, and her ear is looking more like. I'm glad I took the picture of my first stage though, because as I mentioned, there was just something about it I wanted to keep. This morning I have had so many chores to do, and I can't wait to carry on with this drawing!

    Posted by James Lazzari on Wed 03 Aug 10:41:35
  • I was going to be blunt and say that I thought you should finish it but it sounds as though you are! I'll prefer her with two eyes! Also, I like your interesting background here :)

    Posted by Louise Naimian on Wed 03 Aug 12:45:03
  • Hi Louise, Yes it's a bit of art in itself the background! :-)

    Posted by James Lazzari on Wed 03 Aug 14:48:59