• France [Belleville] Van Stone 7y

    Wow. Both the home and the drawing are beautiful.
  • Susan Rudat 7y

    Thank you for the comments!
  • Joan Y 7y

    Sooo cool! I like very much!
  • Erik Berndt 7y

    Deer maybe won't like it...but I do.
  • M a n c e r a ✪ 7y

    Nice shadows and lights!
  • ursula 7y

    very nice!
  • skye.trotter 7y

    Nice! Your drawings are beautiful... and all have personality.
  • Ben Anderson 7y

    Nice little get-a-way, the style to me has kind of a 50's flair
  • scottwcovington 7y

    Popped right off the the page. It's wonderful.
  • Zhenia Vasiliev 7y

    this is very cool Susan!
  • andrea joseph 7y

    Yep, the house and the drawing are absolutely GORGEOUS. I have dreamt of a house like this for years. Decades, even.
  • *ELNA 7y

    super good
  • Mary Anne Enriquez 7y

    Wow, I want to live here....but I don't like temps above 80 degrees!
  • ann garcia 7y

    This is so gorgeous. Your drawing is just as delicate as a prettty poem. I love the shading, the realism. But what is that snaky thing inside the living room? I like it that there's this mystery.
  • Susan Rudat 7y

    aongarcia...the snaky thing is the light reflection on the windows. This made me laugh when I read your comment. If nothing else, I suppose the squiggle adds character.

    Thanks for the comments, they are much appreciated!
  • Warren Christina 6y

    This is fantastic. I get the deer comment. In Woodcreek North--totally get it! What wonderful talent you have. Thanks for sharing.
  • michaelnightmare 6y

    looks like a great home to live in.
  • indee• 6y

    wow that is my kind of cottage!! cool, S
  • Alexander Stepchenkov 5y

    i like your black&white artworks very much
  • luca 5y

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