This is great. Really beautiful and a funny adaptation of last weeks' illustration.
Great follow up! And thanks for the hint to you swirl background. You must be a very patient lady! :D But it is beautiful!
Great illo, love the follow-on from last weeks..
Wow..great, if somewhat sad, continuation...
Beautifully illustrated... but so sad!
Ha! I love it! I also thought it was sad until I scrolled down and saw last weeks. Very clever!
This is a great image and a clever follow-through from last week.
Ha, nice one! I loved it even before i saw what you made last week. Great drawing technic also.
I'd better go on that blooming oxford diet so as you cn get me out! I am blown away every time, i think there's more to you than you show and things can only grow. You go girl...Yo baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh No!!!! Poor thing!!
you are great illustrator having your own style and sense of story-telling. good job! but this one is too sad...
great illustration and very clever link back to the last
Your illustration is beautiful. Great follow up on last week's theme. I love how you added in the bubbles and her tears!
So clever...I'll smile all evening over this. Love your art and blog.Lots of talent here!http://justgiddy.typepad.com
oh, that's a rather cruel, but I like the way you changed the picture, adding little but essential details like tears or bubbles.
very sad, I hope this is not the end, hope a fish or something to re-save him....very skilled artist you are.
nooooo! but fun with continuity!(even when it's sad)
Hehehe, this is very cheeky. But, I know how irresistable certain things are :)*Kathy, I've visited your blog before. Thank you for visiting mine, because it brings me back to your blog, and what a wonderful treat it has been for me to take a look at your art works. You are an amazing artist, and you produce such beautiful art work. Thank you very much for the lovely feast!
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