Monday, February 18, 2008

EDM Challenge #153 - Something in a plastic wrapper

I am excitedly awaiting tomorrow's dinner of fish tacos with green, yellow, and red peppers. I figured I better draw them before they are no more. :)

16 comments:

Kate said...

WOW!! Beautifully done!

Sérgio said...

This is great!
Pen or pencil?

Teri C said...

WOW Joan, just beautifully done!! WOW again.

Joan Y said...

Thanks Kate, Sergio, and Teri! :)

Sergio, it is pen (Pigma microns .005 and .01s, to be exact).

Susan's Scribbles said...

This is awesome Joan. I especially like the pepper in the top left corner of the drawing. This was a tough challenge for me but you did a wonderful job on it.

Genine said...

this is awesome Joan. I love your recent stuff. The tree is amazing as is te rain, who am I kidding they're all great!

mrana said...

Another WOW. I feel completely clumsy when I look at your fine detail, this is brilliant too ... thank you for making my return to the online world SO much lovelier with all of your art. Off to Flickr now to fave everything :D

Anita Davies said...

Fantastic work Joan!!!

Robyn said...

EXCELLENT! I love visiting your blog.

steve said...

Nice two page spread! Yeah, this is always a colossal challenge to try and draw food. Between trying not to eat it and getting it done before it gets cold, etc. Anyhow, hope it all tasted as god as it was rendered!!

wagonized said...

Yeah, i love this one, Joan. You had the guts to draw plastic. Can't say i've done that much lately!!

MILLY said...

Really love your use of the black ink pen and all the fine detail with this drawing. The composition is perfect.
Hope they tasted as good as your drawing.

Computerarte said...

Wow!
Definitly a great sketch, swo realistic:)

Terry Banderas said...

Very nice drawing. Looks like a plastic bag. Tough to draw and make look real. You did it though.

Serena said...

Amazing work, Joan!

Bruce Yoshioka said...

Eh Jo... I will say that your drawings and paintings are truly amazing. Each time I visit your blog, I'm even more impressed. You've sure come a long way...still remember the self portrait of you sitting. I remember your legs in the drawing looking pretty wonky, but that was quite some time ago. You are really growing as an artist, and I'm really very proud of you. Love...your bro.