Hi Philip! Thanks for thinking of drawing me - there really is no obligation to draw those who have drawn you if you don't feel like it (although I personally love to be drawn!) This is a very friendly group, you'll soon find you just don't know how to choose who to draw next! Here is the link to my discussion thread: www.flickr.com/groups/portraitparty/discuss/7215763153271... or I have a set of photos on my photostream I'm happy for JKPPers to use: www.flickr.com/photos/janedrsb2012/sets/72157631897185984/ To find someone's photos, you just search their name in the group discussion. And as for commenting when someone has drawn you, the best thing to do to make sure folks see your response is to click on the image of the portrait, then you'll end up in their photostream, where you can comment underneath the photo itself. This way, comments don't usually get missed, whereas once you have drawn someone you don't usually come back to their discussion thread until the next time you want to draw them (and I will want to draw you again soon, you've added some fabulous reference photos!) Hope that's all clear! and sorry if it seems like nagging :) And very sorry about your scary eyes, I was working fast - they are really not scary at all! Jane
Philip this is a brilliant portrait and I'm delighted, as you'll see from my comments below it on your photostream. Just a couple of things to help you find your way around the group - you need to post this in my discussion thread, which is where portraits of me go - and this thread is usually just for portraits of you and your own reference photos at the top. Also, would you kindly add it to the group, Julia Kay's Portrait Party? and lastly (honest, I don't usually nag so much!) I think Julia likes it when JKPP appears somewhere in the photo title, so Jane for JKPP or similar means people can identify the links. Is all that ok?! and what time is it in California for you to be drawing?! I'm sitting in morning sunshine in the UK. Thanks again - I love it.