Monday, October 02, 2006

Illustration Friday: Quiet

This little girl most certainly got the message that children should be seen but not heard...

22 comments:

Jess said...

Wow! This image has a power to it.

hemelsgroen said...

Beautiful and quiet. I love the wallpaper.

Linda said...

this is wonderful! You've really emphasized your point by making her so small

tekentijger said...

poor girl...
I hope she can go outside to play in the woods soon.

shadowsandclouds said...

oh dear, and despite her good behaviour they STILL haven't given her dinner! ;) i like this lots!

rpiga said...

very,very,very beautiful work.

Tj said...

Cool! I like the wallpaper. Its got a very victorian feel... Good job!

Marco Antonio Sepúlveda said...

Un hermosa ilustración de mucha soledad.

Saludos.

Diane Duda said...

Aww, she seems so small at the adult table. I love the beautiful colors and pattern. Very nice!

Michelle Lana said...

awww---great illo!

the enigma said...

spooky.. love the pattern on the wallpaper. beautiful.

tim said...

i love it.

Jake said...

Just great. Wonderful stillness to the image.

tusen said...

oh, poor girl. She reminds me of some novels, maybe not quite the Secret Garden, but something similar. Very powerful image.

Lu*** said...

Wonderful! I love that girl so quiet...and the original background :)
saludos!

Rhonda said...

a very different take.. but it certainly is quiet.. just love your style

Senta said...

I love this so much!

the heartful blogger said...

Ooh, this is so spooky. Poor little girl. You've created an amazing atmosphere and mood in this drawing.

scribblesk said...

Oh my, haunting and sad!

Jeannette said...

love the wallpaper

flossy-p said...

I can completely relate!

Gorgeous job, you've really captured that shrunken, unimportant emotion. Beautiful!

julie said...

yikes! Poor thing. Nice work!