Omg! a very reflexive work and clever idea for this topic, I love your black line and the colours are awesome and delicious!^_^
Good question, wonderfully illustrated!
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this is lovely
I looove the little draws you make, specially this and the "blur" one. They remind me to Jean-Jacques Sempé.
Very cute! I love the scratchy linework and texture in the back.
Stunning piece, a wonderful induced sense of melancholy. Love your line and use of colour.
oh - this is really good - love the line work and they way you colored the piece
i can not pry my eyes off this creature, he is dazzling!!! it is a marvel the things one can adapt too... :( way cool idea and of course i am a fan ;)
Brilliant lines and colors. Those big eyes are full of pathos!
Great work! I love your style and sweet work.
Wow! Wow! So lovely and great idea:)Really beautifully rendered, love the cool scene:)Happy weekend and I hope you have a super duper well rested weekends dear friend!
wow.truly wonderful work
I don't know, I guess I have said it to you so many times now, but your illustrations just have this wonderful ability to take me back to the 60's and 70's with their style and grace. Each one transforms me back to Bullwinkle and Rocky, the old fractured fairy tale illustrations, and that was such a happy time for me as a child. There is truly something special about your work Ms. Sara. It has been my joy and such a blessing to come to visit your blog. Really, you are such a bright spot in my world. The Lord bless and you keep you and make His beautiful face shine upon up is my prayer for you.HugsV
all i can say is:" teare down the bars and let him run!"
Yes! Thanks for all the kind encouraging remarks!
how indeed?!! i'm sensing that we're all feeling a little penned in this winter. your use of the bright yellow really brightened my day!!
This is stellar. I had to stop and stare at this one.
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