Beautiful drawing of a very striking scene!
Your painting is wonderful and the balancing-wow!
I love these, great painting!
Oh, I love this. And I never thought of drawing any of the ones I've seen. I thought of photographing them, but they aren't that impressive in photos. Nicely done!
Just Awesome... and the African snails & the Leaves!!!
Beautiful drawing!Can I use this as Artwork of the Day on the Lamma.com.hk home page, please?
What a cool thing - I think you may be starting a worldwide trend. Very nice painting. I want to stack some rocks. I am blown away by the leaves of a few days ago too - and cool snail sketches too - I want to see what you do with them. I think it's fun you are getting away from food, etc. now and then. And the cigar, hamburger - and that nest!!! I am way too behind. Beautiful work.
Where is my comment? I left a comment the other day, I thought. I said that your painting is great - I followed the link and it is amazing. You are starting a world-wide trend by posting this, I think. I need to find me some rocks.
Thanks Everyone, I'm glad you like it. Malcolm stated rock balancing as a way to help recover from a bone marrow transplant. So sorry Dan, I was behind with my blog! I've asked Malc to leave a useful link on here showing you how it's done, alot of patience, I prefer to draw. Be great to see you balances if you do them
Hi Dan, Glad you like the rocks - It's a strangely calming pastime, and once you start looking there are quite a few people who've caught the bug. Bill Dan in San Francisco is probably the most well known. I've just started a website to show some of the photos I've taken over the years (http://www.rocksontop.net) and will be adding a links page over the next few days. Pop over and have a look! Malcolm
This looks awesome! Almost like magic ^^
Lovely painting.Malcolm - heading over there now.
Thanks for your comments everyone!