Sunday, January 22, 2006

Cats



Cats, oh my, I'm ecstatic! Cats are so glamorous, so frou frou, so mysterioso! It's causing me to revert to my 60's self.

20 comments:

creative kismet said...

So delightful! Wonderful pinks and greens.

HARDWAX said...

ahh,very sophisticated and smart-love em

phinner said...

Love the green eyes!!! Oh, and the whimsy too!

Anonymous said...

Ooh -la-la Catalicious!

Twisselman said...

Great lines and colors. Bette Davis eyes, those.

Leontine said...

Lo-o-o-ove the mysterious green eyes! I wish this were wallpaper - I would use it in my bathroom and it would be exquisite. xo L.

Majeak Ann said...

Going to the '60's through your work is a delight!!This is reallly nice~
-Marjorie Ann

Fancy World said...

OMG this is absolutly awesome!!!!!!!!!

Katili said...

I like this one. The cat and the lady are so stylish and so close to each other.

zordis said...

There is a lot of snobby style in this one. Love the green eyes reminds me of someone why!

Great work .....

kg said...

this is a lot of fun - love the colors!

TXArtcGal said...

Awesome!! LOVE the mask on the gal, and how she is daintily holding it...and, the colors are great!

kate_always said...

Fun cats! I looked back at your other entries, you've got great style.

muskoxical said...

beautiful work! there is definately a very parisian feel to it. your palette is spectacular!

scribblesk said...

Thank you kind people for saying nice things!

Vati said...

Can't tell you how much I enjoy each drawing and how much I look forward to the next. Your art is informed by a profound love and for children and understanding of their secret (from most adults anyway)lives. It is from this connection and your imagination that your art seems to flow.

Marion said...

Lovely illustration!

catnapping said...

i like this...the pinks and greens of it...

the very 60s...cool sunglasses and tall drinks of it.

great line work, here.

coffee81 said...

Oh my! How can I miss this one! This is so nice and adorable!

Anonymous said...

"Frou Frou" Actually was a phrase coined by Toulous Letrec, and refered to the sound that long frilly skirts made when they moved.