drawing on my perspective
“Now, you march up to your cocoon and change for dinner, young man.”
Sheesh! Think I waited until the last minute. Well, finally got Illustration Friday’s “cocoon” done on the last day! Whew!
Very cool – very professional
ooooooooooh, this is gorgeous, love, love, love it!
That’s funny! Great storytelling and great illo!
So cute I can taste it!
Linda, Linda, Linda!!!!!! This is over the top fantastic!!!!
I adore this. There is “you” in the characters and the humor of course! But then there is this new painterly, more storybook approach to the background that I have to say is perfect!!
You have to get this out Linda, and fast!!!
Seeing your artwork genuinely makes me happy!! 🙂
finally we got our internet services again, missed your illustrations and witty words so much!
awesome awesome work! very cool…nuff said
How do you manage to always bring a smile to my face?! I love this – that youth’s expression is priceless!
Linda, that is sooooo hilarious, the expressions on the character’s faces are so spot-on! It made me laugh out loud!!! Such great story telling in only one illustration and one phrase. To sum up in one word-Brilliant!
This is fabulous. For a last minute work, it is very well executed.
Hope you had a wonderful Mother’s Day!
Amazing textures, you gotta teach me how you do that!
This one really pops of the screen.
This is so cute and funny. I love how you broke the space with the leaf at the bottom and the branches at the top. Looks great! You have such a fun imagination! Great work 🙂
Thanks for stopping by my blog. It was nice to see your name in my email 🙂
All the best,
The colors are amazing! The greens on the background, the gorgeous wing on the butterfly… and your characters are always so clever and funny. I love the polka dot apron!
Linda this is completely amazing, I love the little story behind it!!!
…thanks so much for the visit, I’m so happy you came back on my blog 🙂
Worth the wait…very cute!
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