Sunday, July 01, 2007

IF - twist

first times never been easy.

28 comments:

JO said...

This is very cute, really like the compostion and her sweet face.

Diane Duda said...

She does have an exceptionally sweet face! She's beautiful!

Focus_ret said...

Cute. I've gotten my thread all twisted up from time to time, so I know how she feels.

french toast girl said...

Just charming!

Tina Vaziri said...

Especially beautiful background through the window, I love her too, she is too sweet.

DaisyB said...

Adorable Enigma... This is so true!

md said...

like her attempt at needle work like all things it takes time to get it right

Emila Yusof said...

How adorable!

Tali said...

gorgeous

Tali said...

gorgeous!!

cata said...

Bellissimo!!!!
I'm your fan!
Cata.

eugenia gina said...

cantiknyaaa :D..
kl suruh ngejahit sampe sekarang juga mumet huehuehue!

claudine hellmuth said...

wonderful!

Gillian said...

Cute and adorable!

Coloribus said...

That's a very pretty illustration; this little girl becomes your favorite character and she's more and more beautiful :o)

Nancy Bea said...

Omigosh, this is so cute! So true, too. How well I remember salting my first embroidery hoop with my tears of frustration.

alex said...

This is beautiful. The red drops outside the window (or are they on the window) are very reminiscent of blood from a finger prick. Very poignant. And, as always, beautifully done.

Manelle said...

What a great little character. I like the composition a lot.

mike r baker said...

Oh! It seems like every time I comment here I say "that's super cute!" - and it always is! I love it!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

I hate when that happens!!! Such a sweet scene. Well done.

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Carlene said...

I just love your work! (I'd love to see you paint her knitting.)

Claudia said...

I LOVE this illustration! There is lots of depth to it! It has been so much fun to watch your growth as an artist! You are so talented.

Tracy said...

Beautiful work and so true! Great illo!

platitudinal said...

Ella, your illustrations tell such charming tales. This is a very sweet scene, albeit frustrating for the little girl.

*Kamu ini pintar sekali! Sudah mulai gambar cerita-cerita dari kitab belum?

Dana said...

I like this a lot, it reminds me of my childhood days!

enigma said...

everyone, thanks!
lucy: not yet, still build my confidence here! well to paint such a mighty work...i feel so small.. but who knows what's coming in the years to come!

joenia said...

Ella, dengan talent yang kamu punya..kenapa kamu tampak tidak pede..huuuu, tidak sopan kamu itu yah:D...setiap kali aku mampir sini, serasa selalu menjadi pak Tino Sidin..BAGUS...pisan.... Ell.