The way I see things in watercolor, gouache, charcoal, ink, graphite, pastels and a few pixels
This is cool,you are invited to share this with Feline Art Friday:http://kittypartay.blogspot.com/2015/06/feline-art-friday_11.html
I started with a manual in the 1950's and the transition was easy and still today I can type on my computer keyboard. that is what is nice about standardizing ... look how many years it has been and it is still consistent. But, that said ... I have never seen such a gorgeous red typewritter. You seized the moment with this picture ,,,Really nice!Andrea @ From The Sol
love your style Anthony... your paintings are so nostalgic. I especially love this red typewriter & how you chose to crop it. Beautiful work.
Nice. You got a great shine like a real metal typewriter would have!
This is wonderful. In fact I like your art very much. This is my first (but not last) visit to your blog. - I've actually typed on old manual typewriters, so different from the keyboards of today. - I'm a new follower.
Thank you very much! Done! Check just below the list of Followers. And, thanks for the follow!
Granny learnt to type on an old typewriter Triumph and she remembered that her fingers slipped between the keyboard at first. We just found her first typewriter in the attic. It's 46 years old, but it still works :D Pawkisses :) <3