and you know who's going to get a talking to from the city, right?
Insightful without being preachy. It has nice texture suggesting bricks and street, and the bits of red ochre-ish color etc. are so subtle that I didn't notice them at first, but they're important to the drawing. It's like maybe nobody notices, maybe nobody wants it (being as Chesterton might say too experienced or rather too exhausted, which is the same thing), but hope is there, and it's in the person nobody notices. I really like this. Thanks for sharing it.
I love your imagination. I wish my imagination would stretch this far sometimes, but I always need some sort of inspiration to get it to stretch. it doesn't just come to me like it does for others, such as this drawing you made. Its absolutely amazing. c: This is super fantastic, keep up the good work!
Wonderful. It makes all sorts of comments, and I really appreciate it. The child with the big paint brush has added some color to a dreary place, has added a note of joy that one hopes the people above will stop and see, and take a moment to realize things don't have to be so dark and sad.