Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Late


"And let us not talk falsely now for the hour is getting late."

19 comments:

Kim said...

I like this. It has a nice flow to it. I thought it was pen and ink until I looked at the fullsize. =D

matt dawson said...

Hendrix (or Bob Dylan if your prefer) would very much approve! I love your work, it has that retro 1950's feel I cannot get enough of. Very nice use of colour, detail and form. Is Ronald Searle an influence...? You're on my bookmarks!

kathy hare said...

lovely!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

I'm with Matt on this one!! I can't get enough of this stuff! It's just wonderful and whimsical and I love it!!!! I can't wait till you put all your illustrations in a book so I can purchase. YOU ARE SIMPLY FANTASTIC!!!!!

Bella Sabbagh said...

This is so striking and beautiful.

Bella Sinclair said...

Very cool! So mysterious. There's a dark story looming here. I'd love to hear it. Great illo!

Carole said...

I like the character and its expression

Julie Olson said...

This is great. You have a truly unique style. I love the line and the sophistication of limited color.

thedoodlegirl said...

ooooh, very cool! Love the black and white. Nice.

suzannah said...

this is so great, kay. i love how you do playful and whimsical and dark and mysterious equally well. and of course i appreciate the dylan quote;)

damon said...

nice

Bobo said...

Great atmosphere and mysterious scene! I like the girl, a bit ghostly but very expressive!

Alina Chau said...

Great mood!

C.B. Canga said...

awesome job

Anna Nadler said...

lovely, halloweeny, and alice in wonderlandy!

Chickengirl said...

great dramatic feel!

maryann said...

I LONG TO SEE BOOKS WITH YOUR ILLUSTRATIONS. I LOVE YOUR IMAGINATIVE WORK AND HOW YOU CAPTURE EXPRESSION, MOOD AND FEELINGS. I WISH SOME PUBLISHER WOULD SEE YOUR TALENT AND PROMISE AND SNAP YOU UP. TILL THEN I'M DELIGHTED THAT I GET TO ENJOY THEM. CREATE ON DEAR FRIEND!

suzannah said...

thanks! i have to tell you, that your moon image hangs next to dylan's crib, and EVERY time we get her out of bed, she points to it and says "bay!" she loves to point at the baby and the bunny:)

Francisco Martins said...

Exquisitely beautiful! Reminds me of Some celtic folk storys. It also Evokes Juliet Marillier and Marion Zimmer bradley's books (such as "Sevenwaters" and "The Mysts of Avalon").

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