Saturday, June 16, 2007

ILLUSTRATION FRIDAY ~ REJECTION



Oh the agony.....
©GingerNielson

21 comments:

bookbabie said...

love the expressions on their faces, cute illo:)

claudine hellmuth said...

love the movement in the piece!!

ValGalArt said...

Awesome fun! This is full of life!

Kathleen Rietz said...

cute cute cute!

the heartful blogger said...

Oh I love this, so adorable!

isay said...

i feel like singing and dancing and clapping!

great composition and the colors looks so perfect!

Heather said...

Lots of energy and emotion in this piece. I'm not sure which one has been rejected they both look pretty happy to me.

Ginger*:)* said...

Its the hound, Heather. His song may sound wonderful to the other hounds nearby, but that poor kitty is ready to 'leave the building' right along with Elvis.

Monica said...

Oh, poor Winston! Kitty doesn't know what she's missing! :-)

I love the foliage, Ginger, so full of texture!

Majeak Ann said...

very expressive love that they are so content!
great piece! :)

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

ouuuoooowwwwooooo! I want to sing along.. so cute

md said...

lol i can just hear that basset hound singing that song no wonder the poor cat has an expression like that on his face. good stuff

Tracy said...

I remember seeing this on your website and loving it! I love how soft the fur looks and all the details in it. They are both so adorable! Very pretty work!

Amy Huntington said...

Absolutely love this pic! So much energy.

mike r baker said...

Lots of fun, Ginger! :)

Julia Kelly said...

Love the energy and the leaves and the shadows of them on his paws-what you can do with a computer!! wow~!

Paige Keiser said...

Oh so CUTE! And funny too, love this one.

Random York said...

Hi Ginger- I really like this pic- the colors and the shadows and the softness of the characters

Liz Jones said...

Very cute! And now I'm going to be singing that song all day...

Ellen said...

Lovely piece...the colours are beautiful!

Nancy Bea said...

They are having a lot of fun with rejection! Go guys. I guess that's what the blues are really, taking ownership of negative feelings/situations and turning them into art. Anyway, sorry t oget all philosophical here: lovely and charming piece!