Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Happy Birthday Dad!

20 comments:

fedeWES said...

another wonderful work, really, your art is so WARM! full of... something :) can't explain... it's sensitive, that is. love it :)
(happy birthday to your dad^^)

fedemilella said...

I love your work Daniela!!! ;)
Thanks for sharing

J said...

I love this one!
Happy birthday Tati!

Cesare Asaro said...

What can I say... really, really beautiful work. Realy appealing and alive.

victoriaying said...

beautiful~ your sketches are incredible too!

EL GRANDE said...

You have a sick tallent. Your loose sketches and watercolors are really impressive.

Great work,
joe y Elio

the doodlers said...

a scene from a movie..warm colours! I hear the kids playing in the street below...

C.B. Canga said...

i like your style. i will add a link from my blog to yours. best,

c.b.

Emma said...

Soo pretty. Awesmoe, Dani!

Awesome, as well.

Francis Vallejo said...

wow truly great drawings! First time here...count me in as a regular from now on!!
thanks for the inspiration
-francis

scott said...

Hi Daniela,
Finally saying hi!
Gppd to see what you're up to.
Liked your entry on the Searle Paris book...
but every artist must have the Changi Gaol sketchbook. That is one of the truly sublime books of all time...

scott

Chris Palmer said...

Really fun! Hope he liked it.

Leighton Hickman said...

Spectacular blog, your sketches are amazing and contain a sensibility to them that brings a smile to my face. I look forward to seeing more!

crylic said...

I'm loving everything here Daniela. Incredible sketches and outstanding paintings. Super inspirational.

orange said...

This is great!

Joern said...

Beautifull Artwork. And many great pieces on your blog. Will be back

BOKY said...

Beautiful illustration, love the colors! Bravo!!!:)

Dani said...

Grazie Federico e Federico!

J, he appreciates your Bulgarian.

Thanks Cesare, Victoria, Joe and Elio - you are all too kind!

Thanks John and Arna! It's something like that, yes. A little short.

Chris, thank you for the link!

Um, Emma.
I prefer AWESOM-O.
Thanks.

Thanks a lot Francis and welcome to my blog!

Scott, what a nice surprise! I am pleased to say hi back and wondering why I haven't done so already myself. Well... too often I assume that worthwhile endeavours, such as finding old friends, must necessarily be more complicated than typing their names in a search box.
My library is growing, if slowly. I am always on the lookout for Searle's sketchbooks, which I admittedly enjoy better than his illustration work. Something about the immediacy of the impressions...

Dan, Leighton, Robin, Jörn and Bojana - thanks to all of you for stopping by!

Ted M said...

Awesome!! Fantastic lighting!

Dani said...

Thanks Ted!