Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Hats and Caps

The image I uploaded earlier wouldn't show up for viewers, so I reloaded with a different icon to make sure it could be seen. Sorry for any trouble anyone may have had in viewing.

11 comments:

princesstomato said...

oh it's fantastic! thanks for posting it again!

teri

Monica said...

It's magical, Ginger, what a beautiful and rich world. I love the greens, the rolling hills and trees. Not to mention the adorable inhabitants.

By the way, congratulations on adding Henry to your life. He looks adorable, those sweet, sweet eyes. We've had our Constance -- also rescued thanks to some wonderful volunteers -- for a little over 4 years now and she has made us so very, very, very happy. :-)

sketched out said...

How wonderful! Glad you got that pesky link working again.

I especially love that tree. I just want to sit under it and listen to stories, told the way only fairies can tell them.

JO said...

So glad you reloaded, this is wonderful. I love the twisty tree house as well.

dianeclancy said...

This is really magical and wonderful!

~ Diane Clancy
www.dianeclancy.com/blog

studio lolo said...

Hurray....now I can see it! I tried so many times today. I'm glad I didn't give up. It's magical!

NANCY LEFKO said...

this is wondeful Ginger...so worth the wait to see it. I love the grapevines trailing up the tree. They had such a wonderful texture to a fabulous piece !!

aeneadellaluna said...

This is so beautiful! I love the atmosphere of it all!

Anonymous said...

thought i would be able to view this one. gald i waited for ur reposting. This maynot be finished but its alread y 1 of my fav of yours . very magical and
delightfully done. cant wait to see it finished:
michael dailey

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

A very lovely and whimsical scene. I did mushrooms too!

XXXL said...

i have a friend that also does work with shrooms.

very nice.