It's great to see it again, and there are some pages I don't think I saw before. Wonderful! I've done 4 pages of my one for next year and I'm already exhausted. I think I'm trying to make it too much of a narrative and I should let go a bit.The book is less pages this year, which is a bit of a relief. You're doing another one, yes?
oh, i enjoyed this trip so much! my favorites are the man and the boy next to the lake. the old couple walking away next to the huge mushrooms. the lonely women on an open field with one person far in the distance, and an octopus? in the corner...and many many more.they touch me!beautiful barbara!
Hi,Barbara.It is a great news,Barbara.Of course I enjoyed your Arthouse so much. They are very creative arts.There are many favorites of mine,especially 23-24 makes my heart warm. I wish I could make this comment in Japanese so that I can tell you my deep impression about your arts.......sad. From your art's fan.Tomoko.
Dear Jane, thanks for your lovely comment again, maybe I didn't show all pages, only in the video, which passes by very quickly, so its nice to see them this way again - also for me.Its great that you already working on the next years tour. Please show what you've done already!I was so overwhelmed to see my own sketchbook again that I nearly enrolled myself for next year. But I already spent so much money recently, so maybe I'll wait a bit ....And it is good to hear that there are fewer pages, at the end it was a bit of a stress and a few pages, I also glued together, for there were many more!Hi, Sara, thank you so much for your compliments, did I tell, that all pics are from my family (not all known by me though) except of the football-team. Man with boy are my father and brother, the couple walking away are my grandparents and the woman my mother - the octopus didn't belong to our family ;)Dear redrose, I fell a littlebit blushed with your compliments thank you so much, it works even if its not japanese!
Love your sketch book!The combination between photo and illustration is stunning!
oh, that makes it even more amazing! so much history and connection...