Saturday, February 23, 2008

ILLUSTRATION FRIDAY ~ MULTIPLE


Multiple snow storms did not phase Mrs. Rosario. It wasn't shopping for multiple items at the grocery store. It wasn't even having to feed multiple mouths. The thing that required her to engage the services of a Nanny was getting all six children dressed to go out before any one of them began undressing again.

14 comments:

Milan Rubio said...

cute and funny characters!
NIce Illo :-)

Heather said...

Too sweet! And yeah--even with three it takes an army to get them all dressed for snow. :)

carla said...

That's funny - and perfect for the weather we're having! I love your snowflakes:> It's true - getting children bundled up is a major production, and having to do that six times over defintely requires a helper. I'm the oldest of six, but at least my mother only had little ones at the same time in smaller batches!

Debbie Egizio said...

What a sweet illustration. I can relate to not being phased by multiple snow storms too. I live in the Chicago area and we have had a very snowy winter.

Joanne said...

I hate bundling up one little one let alone a group! I love the big burly scarves. Great illustration!

Bee said...

Super scene and description. Cute characters and excellent winter gear, they look very cosy!

NANCY LEFKO said...

Perfect...and especially so considering our weather !! Anyone who has ever taught pre-school knows that your statement is true !! Adorable illustration !!

ValGalArt said...

haha that could be a problem! Charming story and illo!

quiet storm said...

Well done...I am fascinated about the idea of children's book illustration. Your style fits well with that genre. Way to go!

Forever Young said...

adorable

Monica said...

Oh, so true, even for us grown-ups. I'm always dressed in multiple layers it seems for the greater part of the year! I am Brazilian after all, I'm not used to cold (or cool) weather. :-)

Lovely colors on those winter clothing, a really bright, fun illo!

Digital Scott's Illustrationblog said...

Very fun and colorful!

Michelle Henninger said...

Lovely illo, although, I'm looking foward to the spring - NH's winters are so LOOOOOOOONNNNGGGGG!!!

platitudinal said...

Wow, with her broods’ propensity to undress themselves, Mrs. Rosario must do multiple tasks in great speed. I love your illustration and the story background just add extra depth to it! :)