Sunday, October 19, 2008

Illustration Friday: Late

Luckily this hasn't happened at our house (yet...)

13 comments:

nina seven said...

heather - perfect for the topic! what a great idea! thanks for your comment on mine..i didn't know if anyone would click on my entry this week because i messed up on my thumbnail (it was too big!)

Tiddly Inks said...

Very funny...nice line work.

Cheryl said...

Nice perspective. And I love the action.

flower girl said...

Nice illustration! =)

Alina Chau said...

nice illo!

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh, you hit the nail on the head. Fear of missing the schoolbus would make me neurotic. We came close a couple of times, too. I really like how the trees bend away. Gives the piece a lot of action!

yoon see said...

Hi Heather,
Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comment.
I love this cheerful and colorful piece. Very fresh feeling.
Too bad, the school boy must be in great trouble.
If it's a holiday, I am sure he can take his slower pace to enjoy the spectacular scenery around.

You have created a great contrast here between the worried late school boy & the relaxed little kitty. Great! What an extreme contrast.

I love the way you made magic with the wavy road in midst of a beautiful greentone landscape.
Thanks.

Michelle Henninger said...

Great illo! I love the perspective!

Mônica said...

Hi Heather--

I also love the perspective, not something easy to do at all. Great job creating the right mood and poses: I love the running boy!

Mark said...

Great cheerful, successful image, even if the poor kid is running to catch the bus he missed!

Well handled. Heather, you'll be so missed in our Sunday a.m. Central Market Inklings meetings. I know you'll remain a virtual Inkling in very good standing while you're in the Bay area, but
you've been such a steady (and steadying) personal presence in our group and it won't be quite the same without you physically there. Thank you for contributing so much to us, Heather!

I wish you and your family the very best in your transition into an exciting new life chapter.

Hugs,
Mark

Also I'm sorry you had to sell your mustang, but it sounds like he's gone to a very nice family.

theartofpuro said...

lovely and perfect fore the topic

Thanks for the comment about the watercolors,you are right maybe the tree needed more darks,the problem was that when I finished it,I looked it and different from what I had in mind

thedoodlegirl said...

Awesome job! This has happened to me before! :)

Mary said...

Hi Heather, thanks for your comments, I'm quite pleased with my Halloween Cat too! I hope they sell well in Glastonbury.
I really like the colours of your last two entries, beautiful style too, the lines just seem to flow and make a beautiful composition.
Hope all is well with the house and things.
I'm hoping I get a chance to enter Illustration Friday again soon. I don't know where the days go!
xMaryx