Friday, July 24, 2009

Illustration Friday: Idle

"There they are again.....those blasted, four-legged varmints and their idle ways...." cursed the little hen.

17 comments:

Roberta Baird said...

so cute!
Next thing you know she's going to be asking them to help her bake bread!

michael robertson said...

beautiful work. i especially love that sleeping dog. great work.

Guy Vincent Magallanes said...

Completely adorable, love the vertical orientation, get to see much more of your great menagerie! Glad I'm a two legged varmint!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

what delicious work!!! It's all too, too fabulous! Your style is so refreshing and filled to the brim with whimsical madness! This again, such wonderful eye candy! Great work.

Sarah Preston-Bloor said...

Beautiful!!! Great composition and the colours are so vibrant. I will be taking a look at the rest of your blog as your work is wonderful.

Dream Painter said...

Speechless! Beautiful work and funny story!

Caroline said...

Each step has a different story! Lovely illustration - altogether wondeful!

Julie Hammond said...

Your colors are beautiful! I love this point of view. Very cool!

Edrian Thomidis said...

The hen is by far my favorite!
Great illustration! Love your blog! Added it to my blog roll recently.

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Acting Journal said...

Yummy adorable characters, bright drawing, what's not to like! Love it!

Heather said...

Very cute. The long format really plays into how lazy those four leggeds are.

Jack Foster said...

great take and great work. I hope she lets them know that no work....no bread!

Samantha Webb said...

thats so funny! great illu! x

Eric Barclay said...

Love this piece. Outstanding!

justdoodleit said...

Beautiful! They all seems so pally with each other while asleep :)

Jannie aka Chickengirl said...

Chicken!!!!!! Yeah!!!!

HonestNiceWoman said...

Where can this be purchased? I take care of 15+ cats, two dogs (one three-legged) and teens. I'm constantly talking about "the little red hen syndrome" lurking in my home.

LOVE YOUR WORK! It must be very rewarding to see your work published in so many different avenues!

~Kelly