Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Smoke



Ragdoll lived way way out in the country. She was down to earth and grew all her own food and loved to bake her own bread.

25 comments:

michael dailey said...

cute iloo she must be doing a lot of baking

Alina Chau said...

this is beautiful!!

julie said...

Beautiful. I love the pattern on her apron and the texture of her dress, and the grain of the wood cabin.

Michelle Lana said...

aah...so cute! great work scribblesk!

Anonymous said...

I love the ragdoll! Lovely textures, sweet expression and great choice of colours. Love the grey and pink!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Great work!

BINO said...

Ouuahhhhhhhh beautiful, j'adore! ^^

Bino

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Jeope said...

Nice, selective use of colour and texture. Good work.

Jessica Wong said...

Your art is very unique! Love the texture and colours :)

Anja said...

Beautiful. I love the girl´s expression.

Anonymous said...

Wou! Beautiful!!Lovely textures

Chickengirl said...

cool textures. I had to take a closer look...is it all digital?

AndyDoodler said...

Love the illustration and the story!

scribblesk said...

Thanks kindly for all the nice comments! And to answer your question - yes it is all digital. I used Publisher. I keep reverting.

tusen said...

lovely textures :)

Christiane said...

Very cool!

Twisselman said...

Beautiful ragdoll and a beautifully rustic cabin. Nothin' like the smell of homemade bread.

Pickledog said...

Great illo! I like the collage style, and the rag doll character is fun. Grey and pink look terrific together!

Majeak Ann said...

oh no i almost miss this one!
love that you are using two colors, they work nicely, everything, always great!
saludos!
xo
-Marjorie

cristosova said...

Just reading about Ragdoll reminds me of this eternal dream I seem to share with many people (and why do we never pull it through?) to live a simpler life. Looking at her happy face I am ready to pack bags and move into a hut!

I was assuming your work is digital but its just great how you work it around to make it look so real collage like.

Bron Smith said...

I really like your charming, hard-edge retro style. I can see how it would adapt so well to kids books.

Anonymous said...

love all the shades of grey here! bravo!

ValGalArt said...

this is amazing! i love this house and ragdoll too! Wonderful!!!

charlie pop said...

i'm discovering your blog !
i love your style ! :)

tiffinix said...

Wow - I hope you decide to sell prints someday. I just adore this so much! The colors are perfect! And that hair. . .