I never see the moon like that where I live !! Mind you I am a lunatic without any help!

Lol..she is long gone...its Elvis you can see now on a clear night.

Posted by T H on Mon 19 Mar 09:08:53

Yo me enamoré de noche y la luna me engañó. Translate that Lewis, it describes you picture perfectly. It actually means "I fell in love at night, and the moon drove me mad"...(-:

Excellent job Lew, and with your Luna no wonder the moon has that satisfied look on his face.

Animal magnetism Lewis. It first gives the poor victim mad, then kills them.

Certainly different than a moon made of cheese or leaping cows Lewis, if this was reality it could boost the sales of telescopes.

Any excuse was that Luna's fault! Excellent work :)

Your imagination is incredible Lew, it goes hand in hand with your illustrative skills. Great to receive your interesting comment on my posting today, it's good to get other view points.

Lucky old moon , saucy Luna and the usual oglers. Good one Lewis.o

Yes Lewis, brilliant as usual!

Your wonderful imagination again - great painting.

Love your mythical stuff Lewis, not only a terrific painting or sketch’s educational too!

Dont know much about luna but women have been driving me mad since puberty. Excellent image!

Hang on Studio Wall

I've been delving into mythology again, anything's better than reality. Though I doubt my imaginary Luna would drive anyone mad. Watercolor, pen, 16 x 12 inches. Text put on in Photoshop.

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Lewis Cooper

Self taught. Love drawing. Like to make pictures up, without using reference pics, often in cartoon style. I do other pictures where I do use reference. I'm knocking on a bit, born in 1940 in Greenwich, London. Retired, and loving it.

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