I have been drawing Cochise from 10 AM till now (with breaks of course), I'm still not satisfied with the drawing, with eyes... I hope I will finish him tomorrow.
I very much appreciated your offer, but please don't worry or work too hard on this, if you feel unsatisfied with it.
I'm amazed by your talent and I hope you can supplement your income, or make an income on your drawings, they are VERY good.
I will finish him, but at the moment I'm in the other city. Your story behind Cochise motivates me very much, and I really want to make it the best I can, because I know it will be emotional moment for you and your dad when you will show him Cochise.
I drew my grandfather one month before he died (on his 20 year old paper, he was working in paper factory) and he was laughing and crying at the same time when he saw himself
That was really a special moment, and he was smiling next few days and everytime he saw me walking around.
I also have Mr. V if anyone is interested
Size is A4, pencils.
This one is perfect for me, you have talent
If you could make an web site you could sell them online. I would buy this one
Yes, I have to do something about it. If you want you can buy it, but first I have to take a photo of it so you can see how it really looks, it is more gray. This version has more contrast.
These are lovely drawings and have more 'life and energy' in them than most paintings or sketches. It would be a shame for your talent to be hidden from the world. Each of those originals, in my mind should be made a print/poster to be shared and give you an income reward and towards further creations.
A lovely way to get our message across too.
I think it would be a shame to sell the originals unless you are happy to do a production line of 'originals' which would become boring for such creative talent.
IMHO it could be a good idea to combine energy with our T-shirt guys here for marketing, product line enhancement etc. as similar messages.
Pictures tell a thousand words - but also bring joy
Thank you. Your last sentence describes exactly what I just wrote to Azur. I'll continue with drawing and we shall see where it will lead.