I love the way you do the eyes on your female illustrations, they are just beautiful. You give them all such a feeling of sweetness, as if you'd really like to get to know them, bravo!
she's beautiful...very well done.
Love it. The purple butterly adds a freshness to the monochromatic color scheme. I also really like the expression on the woman's face, and the way you render women in general.
Hi Mangosteenskin,I think u should also try to illustrate those old folks living around ranau-kundasang.Going up and down the hills/mountain with heavy burden on their back, just to make a living..
thank u fannie. glad to see u here again.:)thank u shani! your comments are always my favourite! i think u are good at putting ur observation into words. hi nancy, thank u for droping by and taking time for comment. :)helo kate, nice to meet u here. thank u for ur comment, really appreciate ur attention on the butterfly. it's a last minute additional element.halooo abgjas! mmg terfikir juga mau lukis itu "molohing2" sana ranau-kundasang tu mula2. but this is juz a quick illustration for my IF submission - sengaja mau lukis yang cute2. My hubby cakap muka orangtua lebih berseni sebab berkedut2. hehe. tp kan...memang mencabar bah mau lukis orangtua ni. rasanya skil saya belum mencukupi.ini pun boleh jadi sumandak kita juga ini. ohya, saya suka komen abgjas coz sbb tidak terhad kepada "beautiful", "great" atau yg berbentuk pujian semata2. kritikan membina dan suntikan idea sangat dialu2kan. TQ.
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You are so good at doing faces, she is so pretty! And your last post is lovely too. I need to check your blog more often, you've posted some cool stuff since I was last here...keep it coming! :)
great work mango, as usual :)wah teringat orang kat sabah bah.. :)is that a rattan basketry? hehe..her facial expression does look sweet.. cam rasa tak sesuai pulak dengan kecantikan dia kerja2 berat ni..hehe
senta, thank u for giving me a visit dear. i love ur latest post.alloo rizal, dah agak rizal akan tanya pasal bakul rotan tu.hehe. mula2 saya rasa mcm malas mau lukis detail bakul tu, last2 menjadi juga. tq for ur comment rizal!
I like the looks of her face. :D Here in Brunei also have that kind of "bakul". But they put behind their back here in Brunei they called it Takiding. *teehee* I like it! :Dpupuhttp://bubbly-pu.com
yes pupu, i think sabah and brunei not much different, in fact very close to same! at the beginning i thought of drawing the takiding, but carrying the load around the head seemed harder than on the back. oh maybe someday i'll illustrate our takiding. hehe. thanks for your comment!
Hehe Rizal suka sangat bila dia nampak bakul rotan tu!Great illo, mango! Love the mono tone! I must say the details on the rattan basket are great!
tq emila! perhaps i should dedicate this week IF illo to rizal. hehe.oh tq for mentioning the basket details. i had to push myself a bit to finish it. nowadays, i got few request to make animal and man ilustrations on my blog. oh, i told my friend, my fear of drawing animal fur and man, is as same as my fear of drawing the rattan basket.hihi.
Nice art..i don’t know much about art, your way of presentation is good.. keep posting
wahh!! I love this!
tq for taking time to comment prabakar! welcome to my blog.thank u for loving this dude. u may choose the bakul or the girl. hehe.
Beautifull work. Love her expression and the color you picked.
wow that's a huge basket to carry! love the tones in this one
oh thank u for dropping by computerarte and johanna.will visit ur blog to check out ur illo on the new theme - pet peeves!
i love this one color tone~ it look so stylish~! the organization of the picture looks perfect too!!!
helo kiki! ordinary things can be stylish too huh? thanks for ur comment!
wow, great drawing, thanks for choosing theme about Nepalese women, the woman is carrying we say it Doko,
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