It's not at all an eternal question. A Scotsman wears
Do we really want to know :)A nice little piccy. Hope the weather improves up north for you. Its been pretty dismal in the midlands as well.
I do know that it will and shall always remain a mystery, unless perhaps you are doing the wearing or very, very close to he who is wearing it! I love a good mystery too! Darling picture too!
CJ : we are down south this weekend, at home. But Mr H. is working and living in Ayrshire, hence the Scotland link. You probably guessed I got the art tablet and this was my first try with that. Thank goodness for the layers and eraser!Karen : Mr H. nearly bought a kilt for a wedding a couple of years ago (he was living in Scotland then too) but couldn't afford it at the time; if he ever does I will find out ;-) I'm glad you like the pic.~Juniper~
Gosh well off in your location LOL re-read your profile. How you finding the art tablet. I found the trickiest thing was looking at the computer screen while drawing and not your hand when I first used mine.
CJ yes that is a bit odd. For the legs I had to put the pen in the right place and then look at the tablet to draw them! It's a case of re-training your brain I suppose.~Juniper~
haha, hairy legs indeed! :D But I can live with that - the kilt is so worth it! ;)
thank you so much for the lovely comment that you left on my blog and sorry that it has taken me so long to reply I have been working hard on some artist trading cards for my second blog! Your illustration is very funny and a brilliant first atempt at using art range, I've had mine for over 6 months and still need alot of practice! love sam x
Hi Sam :-) I hope that to try out the digi-art again this weekend! It certainly is a knack.Thanks for visiting!JX
If you'd like to leave a comment, I'd love to hear it. If you prefer to just read, appreciate and then move on, that's fine too :-)