Thursday, 12 August 2010

Caged _ Illustration Friday



21 comments:

Micki said...

This is all kinds of WOW!!! awesome work!!

Micki x

emilywilsondesigns said...

I agree with Micki! FANTASTIC!

Fotf said...

Gosh this must take such alot of work but like everything you do so worth it :)

Leen Christens said...

Fantastic work!!

Jack Foster said...

Hey Kathy! I was excited when I saw your thumbnail in the IF roll. I clicked right on and got WOWWED! You are such an amazing talent. Love your work and your imagination! You always surpass expectations!

josh pincus is crying said...

very cool illustration. great coloring.

Eric Barclay said...

Aww... so beautiful and a little sad. Wonderful work as always.

Amalia K said...

Your ability to capture moments is amazing, Kathy! Such an original point of view for the prompt, and beautifully done too! :)) oxx

k.h.whitaker said...

wow! I love this :)

Krista said...

Sweet perspective and amazing color!

Sissy Sparrows said...

SOOOO Much talent and detail....mind boggling!

pati said...

What you do is always so inspirational!

roberta baird said...

Beautiful emotion in this Kathy!

Julia Christie said...

Wonderful feel to this - who is actually in the cage ~ makes one wonder. I love the muted feel to your work, very soft.

Smiles

Coreopsis said...

What a fascinating perspective--all those bright colors out there, but the girl looking in at...we don't know, but we sure feel her sadness, which is surely reflected from the animal inside. Also, the fact that her colors are darker and grayer than the colors outside. Beautiful drawing!

tera said...

I agree, it is wow! Wonderful as always, if a little sad-ish.

Heather said...

aw, what a wonderful expression. is she peeking at all of the poor animals at the zoo?
your talent is amazing

Jennifer Bower said...

I love what you achieve with colored pencil. I am in awe. Such texture and liveliness; a rich saturation of hue.

I appreciate the comments on my blog today and look forward to following your work and learning from you.

Karen said...

this is great!

Emily said...

I really like how the girl is in the shadows, it really makes the point.
Cheers!

Jon Davis said...

Really good stuff. Quite poignant.
I get the impression that the girl's sad expression mirror's that of the animal.
Very clever.