That mess looks familiar! :) Great sketch!
Those two must be asking for directions! ;-)I really like that idea to leave a sketch within a sketch.
Muy muy buen dibujo, me gusta mucho!Buen fin de semana!!!!!
Judy, ehehe nice to know you can relate to it :DJen, the two man were made from my window; i guess they were making that typical small talk: how you doing, how's health, what about this crisis, ah, ... ehehe :D But it was a quick talk.Gracias Rincón y Roberto :)
This is awesome!!! You really have a cool idea here. It looks great. Very original.
And you call this "a mess"? Oh, no!:)) One day you'll look at the sketch and will remember all the objects you've drawn - what have happened with them...By the way I follow a blog, where from time to time there's such a theme - "My desk", and then artists send photos of their working tables and creative places. I'll tell you right after it appears again!:))
It's not such a bad mess! I love all those pens in the pen cups! So funny how you left those two men in the drawing. Maybe they are miniature desk inspectors!
Hi Nora, ... trying to be organized, at least in the drawing! :)Rossichka, well it was a mess, and, unfortunatly, it's still a mess!! I guess it looks more organized in the drawing than it does in real life desk.Looking forward to know about that blog with "the desk" theme now and then. :)Cindy D, starbucks cups can be great pen and pencil holders! :D
duas paginas é obrauma bela obra
Já esteve bem pior...,mas sem essa confusão,que piada tinha?
Isto não é nada caótico!!!!É uma pequena desorganização organizada ;)Gostei do pormenor do "ruído".Os senhores ficaram lá muito bem... afinal, já era a casa deles :)
Time, ... o desenho favorece o entendimento do local - ao vivo é mesmo pior! :) Maria, :P
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