Friday, February 16, 2007

ILLUSTRATION FRIDAY ~ GRAVITY


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  • Well it just goes to show you... IF you can have too much of a good thing, gravity might be one of them. I hope that window is closed!

    14 comments:

    Michelle Lana said...

    Hehee...how fun! Great take on this week's topic Ginger!

    Liz Jones said...

    Very cute!! I guess that's one way to find out how things work!
    :D

    Sherry Rogers said...

    Ginger this is absolutely wonderful. Who is that dog in the corner? Love her she is adorable! Just goes to show you bears can not defy gravity.

    isay said...

    this is fun. i want to go back in my childhood. i like the bear with the read outfit!

    Amy C. Moreno said...

    "Beary" Cute! It almost looks like they are going sledding/tobaggoning off the bed..so fun....at least they'll have a soft fall. It is such a fun image..and you got it done so FASt! You amaze me every time.

    Ginger*:)* said...

    Well, it wasn't all that fast, Amy, but the bears had a hard time posing for me. The dog in the picture is in memory of our dear Winston the Wonderhound. We really miss him, so I try to keep using him in any image that he wants to be a part of.

    ValGalArt said...

    wonderful Ginger! i always love your childlike point of view!!!

    studio lolo said...

    Wonderful Ginger! And I really like the way you honor Winston :)

    Pati @-;-- said...

    Ooops! I guess that lovely bear is wishing a closed window too.

    Beauiful, Ginger!

    carla said...

    That's quite a bear collection she has! What a really cute idea! It looks like she's having them do some kind of cheerleading routine:>

    md said...

    lol from the look on that poor bears face it might not be. wonderful expressions and drwg

    Halloweenville said...

    so cute!!what a wonderful idea

    the enigma said...

    i like your drawings! very nice.

    Julia Kelly said...

    I love Teddy Bears and the expressions on their faces are wonderful! Like the "dude" bear on the bottom- as my 13 year old would call him.