Sketchers too. This people was unknown for their facet as sketchers

Dear followers and friends, today I’m so proud to introduce you, a sketch made out of earth about our Universe in 1972 by some famous astronauts. See the ninth work below and enjoy this exclusive oddity!

Thanks for your visits!

By Rafael Alberti - París. Olga. Adiós

By Rafael Alberti – París. Olga. Adiós

By John Lennon - Two rider-rocking chairs in a landscape with palm trees

By John Lennon – Two rider-rocking chairs in a landscape with palm trees

By Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom - Her husband's favourite greyhound

By Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom – Her husband’s favourite greyhound

04 By Federico García Lorca - 'Autorretrato en Nueva York' (Self-portrait in New York)

By Federico García Lorca – ‘Autorretrato en Nueva York’ (Self-portrait in New York)

By Hans Christian Andersen - Animal studies and costumes

By Hans Christian Andersen – Animal studies and costumes

By Karl Lagerferld - A fashioned kitten

By Karl Lagerferld – A fashioned kitten

By Charles Baudelaire - A selfportrait with studies of a dog and a girl

By Charles Baudelaire – A selfportrait with studies of a dog and a girl

By Stéphane Mallarmé - Sketch to learn English, pronunciation exercises

By Stéphane Mallarmé – Sketch to learn English, pronunciation exercises

By E. A. Cernan, H. H. Schmitt and R. E. Evans, the astronauts of the Apollo-17 - The twilight rays and the lunar atmosphere of the 29th september. 1972

By E. A. Cernan, H. H. Schmitt and R. E. Evans, the astronauts of the Apollo-17 – The twilight rays and the lunar atmosphere of the 29th september. 1972

By Bob Dylan - Room

By Bob Dylan – Room

By Guillermo del Toro - Sketch to 'Pacific Rim' movie

By Guillermo del Toro – Sketch to ‘Pacific Rim’ movie

By Federico Fellini - About dreams

By Federico Fellini – About dreams

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16 responses to “Sketchers too. This people was unknown for their facet as sketchers

  1. @lidiacastro79

    Really intersting and surprising sketches! Good sunday!

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    • Aw Lidia, what a joy, I find you here! Yesterday when I realized that you’re an excellent and cultured traveler, I should have supposed that you’re also a cosmopolitan with languages. I’m so glad sharing these amazing works with you like we were in a museum Thanks a million for your comment and nice sunday for you too ❤

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      • @lidiacastro79

        Oh, well… about my level of English I’ll say that it’s enough to understand and to be understood. I would like improve it! About travels, I like traveling a lot and I love visiting museums, but I don’t have enough time to do it as often as I would like. “See” you soon. 😉

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      • Hi Lidia, I can see you’ve fine skills to chat in english but I don’t know what about your abilities talking live. I knew some people with high ease for grammar but with a deficient accent to converse. By the other side, some people bold to speak, sometimes disregards some basic grammar rules, maybe I would be in this second group. When I tell you all this, I’m thinking about any language, not only english. I’m so sure that when we learn the grammar of some language, we are learning all of them. After Second World War, the english was imposed, but for someone that loves the languages, the searching should be beyond. I don’t know if my future will pass for the russian or for the german. At this point in my life, I know some russian people but no one german. At the moment I have a minimum accent to sing with five languages, more or less. Thanks for your friendly comment. Have a placid afternoon. So long 😉

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  2. really inspiring and interesting as always
    thank you so much for sharing
    kisses

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