The experiment was a success. The illustration is very compelling.
This is such a great illu.
Lovely! Love the red and the purplish blue.. Isn't Alice unbeatable.. have just started rereading the book
thanks! and good for you Kitty, let's be prepared for the movie!
don't apologize this is wonderfully rendered - great illustration - you really caught it!
It's an excellent illo
Very nice ! Have a great and healthy 2010 !
Beautiful, Enigma! A great idea for the prompt! I can't wait for Tim Burton's version this summer :)
I love your style!
Love it!The experiment is a success!
Beautiful style and illustration! So perfect! Happy New Year!
Lovely rich color and texture!! ^_____^
Good try! Well done!
Looking pretty good to me.
Looks goode to me too~! Is it on paper? Maybe the paper picks up the water too quickly and dried it out? Try some on a smooth board perhaps. No tooth makes it tricky but interesting
thanks, everyone. :)andrew: yes, it's on paper. envelope paper, to be exact...you know, the brown ones. well, that's what i don't understand about acrylics, they dry too quickly. i think i really should try to do that on board..
You underestimate the strength and charm of a more raw style that comes through for you in this medium, I think!Lovely work!
Really outstanding work.
I actually LOVE this... I was browsing through your blog with my son (we found you through Illustration Friday)and this particular one we can relate to. Confined is how my son felt a year ago. He actually likes seeing the different ways of expressing things that are not necessarily happy but that offer a way to heal. That is what his drawing is about (he´s obessesed with angels): healing, and that´s why I´ve helped him create his blog. thanks for inspiring!
Giaco: wow..it's truly an honor to be able to inspire other people, thank you! i agree that being different is never wrong, in a positive way, of course. i'm sure your son if gifted in some way.will visit your blog soon!
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