Mittwoch, 21. Mai 2008

immer noch..../ still...

und nun....wie schaffst du es, dass sie lebendig aussehen, fragte mein Lieblingskritiker. Ich weiß es noch nicht....einfach weiter üben!
and now...how will you manage that they look vivid, my most loved critic asked. I don't know yet...
just practicing on!

dieses mag ich sehr / I like this one a lot

Kommentare:

d e a r hat gesagt…

WONDERFUL the painting of this writing man!

Martine hat gesagt…

Sie reden noch nicht aber sind schon recht ausdruckstark.
Der mann gefällt mir am besten. Der erzählt eine geheimnisvolle geschichte.

Sara Lechner hat gesagt…

ich mag den Schreiber auch sehr!

tine hat gesagt…

Du hast solch ein Talent!! Das haut mich ja echt vom hocker! Mir gefaellt der Schreiber auch sehr doll, er hat so etwas geheimnisvoll mystisches an sich als ob er von Abentuern und Sagen der Sahara erzaehlen koennte mit Propheten und klaren Sternenhimmel in der Nacht und dem weichen Sand...

Uschi hat gesagt…

We should make up much more stories, unexpected ones, which are not already in our heads because we think we KNOW how things work
So here is my gift to you 4 who already commented here:
Tell me the story of this man..or the story he tells..and you will receive something unexpected from me!
Dou you want to play with me??

Martine hat gesagt…

Sure i want to play with you Uschi, i love to play. Since your question is in english i write english, although i find it not easy.
Once upon a time............there was this old man, lets call him Methusalem. He could not work anymore because his bones where fragile and his muscles weak. But his brains........... oh girls, the older he got, the better his brains. So he made up this story for Uschi. He wanted her to have a whole new career. A career not only of painting/drawing and making beautiful stuf, but also playing games online with the nicest people on the web, because he thought that would make her happy. So.......... Methusalem took a piece of paper and pencil and got to work. As you can see in his smiling eyes, it's the nicest story ever told.

d e a r hat gesagt…

His look is almoust as he is drawing your portrait. But he isn´t. How ever, he is VERY interrested in you - ALL EAR. He is eagerly listening to you and writing down what you have to say. And that; what you are saying, and what he is writing down, only YOU and HE knows.

risa hat gesagt…

i love these!
is the man a rabbi?
he looks VERY scholarly!
thank you for the birthday wishes!!!

Uschi hat gesagt…

Oh Martine and Olga,
Thanks for playing with me....your stories are so nice!! So give me 2 or three weeks and the little game will continue in your post-box ;))

Tine, ( who told me that she is absorbed with being pregnant at the moment): I can remember so well the
may stories I invented around my unborn twins...how it would be to have children...being not alone any more from then on....and....life beats everything!!

Risa, yes, he's a rabbi!!

Have the most beautiful day you all!!

babelfish hat gesagt…

These characters so full of life, great work!