Monday, March 24, 2008

"That Girl's Got Bling..."

"Phyllocactus hibridns"
Bejeweled...Bedazzled...and Blinged out!

22 comments:

Lin said...

SHE'S SPECTACULAR!

SCquiltaddict said...

Oh my that is just sooo lovely

seesue said...

YUM-MY!

Teri C said...

This is just so gorgeous!!!!!!!

Teri C said...

Happy Cactus Monday too!!

Forever Young said...

totally incredible, hugs fellow cactuteer.

studio lolo said...

Oh my, she's lovely! I've finally joined. Now I'll check out Flicker and also post the logo on my blog.

Wonderful choice, all blinged out indeed!

Bonny said...

Wow!!!! The colours on this sketch are absolutely yummy!! What a beautiful drawing. I like the diagonal composition, too.

Happy Easter aMonday!

Scrappy Cat said...

Gorgeous! Love your colors.

PamYla said...

Her dress is very colorful and enhanting!

Margaret Ann said...

Thanks everyone for you lovely comments...it sure is fun to "gussy" things up every once in a while, isn't it? :)

Shelly McC said...

Stunnning Drawing!!

Jim said...

From one former (retired) teacher to another (my degree is in bio sci): the Genus species names of living things is properly put in italics and the Genus name is always capitalized while the species name is not; for instance; Homo sapiens. FYI.

Love the colors in this drawing. Wish I lived where there were plentiful cacti to watch come into bloom. I think they are the most beautiful of all flowering plant flowers!

Margaret Ann said...

Thank you Jim for the information. The necessary corrections have now been made. :) Glad you enjoyed the post.

no way said...

Really gorgeous! I just got some Pitt pens-I hope I can get results like this!

Deborah said...

Wow...beautiful!

Satu said...

Great colors!

Sandy said...

I'm loving all your new posts!!!

this is beautiful..

sandy

No Rain said...

So realistic!
Aiyana

Margaret Ann said...

Glad you all liked her...thanks all for popping in for a visit..such fun! :)

Robyn said...

This is so hot! I've never been able to make a red or pink vibrate like that. I'm really enjoying your art, Margaret Ann.

Serena said...

Breathtaking.....I love pinks and reds together. Great job!