Oooh, very nice, I especially like the way you've done her hair, soft and shiny!
It's very nice. I like the way you layer your colors. And, she must be a happy girl, she has a mug full of color pencils.
Beautiful, beautiful! You do amazing stuff with colored pencils, Kathy! Love the softness and all the colors and the steam gently rising from your cup. I wish I got all my mail that way. :)
What a lovely illustration! So soft and innocent! Really wonderful!
Hihi... my mailman is not quite this cute and fluffy... Lovely lighting! Beautiful work Kathy!
Fantastic! And what a sweet way to get your mail.
What a beautiful work! Gorgeous colours!!
Gorgeous!!! So nice , I love your pencil colouring :)
Excellent work Kathy!
Adorable portrait!I love the way you draw the hair.Cata
So soooo gorgeous! Although it may be even slower than sail mail, I wouldn't mind signing up for bird mail.
Absolutely beautiful - very serene and calming when viewing. You've got an amazing technique, too!:)
I really like this illustration Kathy and think it looks great as you contact details backdrop on your website. The use of colours, her hair and the tiny details such as the pencils in pots and the pencil shavings in the littlest pot are what make the illustration so charming. Well done, as always :0)
Such beautiful work. Lovely use of colour and the subjects are so gorgeous.
beautiful composition. i love all the highlights in her hair, the steam coming from the decorative mug and that cute little bird delivering her mail... shes like a modern-day, Rapunzel/artist.Lovely share!
Such a wonderful enchanting piece! Your mixed colors are gorgeous. Then there is the mail delivery by a little bird and the steaming drink, ah!
thanks for all the comments.. :)
This is just lovely!
This is really lovely very witty and rather clever!!!!Very well doneXXXX
What a wonderful image, your use of colour and light and dark are always superb. (Love the amazing detail here too, each pencil! I wonder how large the original is?) :)
Thanks Bee, the original image was drawn on A3 paper, I've been working on a slightly larger scale just lately..
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