I like this piece very much, looks like a minimalist revisioning of Edward Gorey.
I agree with ArtSparker. There is a strong sense of emotion coming through here. Whether intentional or not the fact that the figure resembles the letter W adds to its appeal.
Really great sketch. The title is perfect.
this reminds me of dr. seuss books! nice :)
Very nice, cat. Even though it evokes a lot of tiredness and worn-out-ness (to me, anyway) I really like it.There is something that resonates when an artist can so beautifully depict a mood that I often have a hard time understanding!
Cat, you've made a perfect sketch of me after a two-hour karate workout in the garage during this last Topeka heatwave. Worst part-- I still felt like this forty-eight hours later.
excellent. this poor, worn guy made me smile.
Amazing how you create with some simple lining such emotion. A very good and strong piece.
Very, very nice.
This is so evocative, really great sketch.:)
i feel like this today :) Nice to see you here!
Love your sketch, Cat. I think we all feel like that from time to time. Glad to have you back...
Wowee. This is so great.
Boy not only do I hear you, I feel you.Love Renee xoxo
I remember being that - so crushingly weary that all you can think of of is rest, but knowing that none is forthcoming.Thank you Cat, for the picture.-Aaron
like the simplicity of the and the feeling of worn ness it conveys. acks i gotta sign in
I feel pooped just looking at it! :|
We all know that feeling sometimes. I love how you can express so much in such simple illos Cat. Applaud. Applaud.
Did you sketch that from my porch? I swear it is me. xo
or restless, I see it both ways
Back to the wall, eyes on the horizon. Sigh.
yes; worn out.
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