Friday, February 15, 2008

ILLUSTRATION FRIDAY ~ THEORY

Jerome had a theory that if he thought about something long enough it might actaully happen. So he began to think about writing and illustrating his life story, beginning with his early life as a very small child.


I also have another version just completed in tones of gray with some added texture from watercolor paper.

25 comments:

frank h. said...

beautiful illo

Ellen Byrne said...

Your stuff gets better and better!

NANCY LEFKO said...

This piece is SO wonderful and magical, Ginger. I love how it shows us everything he's thinking in such a beautiful fashion.

Teri C said...

Wow, this IS magical and clever and great!

Forever Young said...

what a wonderful illo.

Cindy said...

This is absolutely wonderful. It is so well magical. Thanks for sharing.

ElizT said...

You have cleverly included so much.

murphy girl said...

wow, a lot going on here; it looks great!

André Gribble said...

Mesmerizing!

Faruffa said...

BELLISSIMO!!!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

A really fascinating image! Cool.

"Maggie" said...

Beautiful and I love the thought process of this young fellow.

rbaird said...

Wonderful concept!
Very well thought out Ginger!

ChatRabbit said...

Ooh, this one really makes you think! Cool!

andi butler said...

such beautiful work!

studio lolo said...

wow, wow, wow!!! You've really outdone yourself with this view inside his head!

Bobo Cat said...

amazing!

RyanLoghry said...

Very nicely done. Lots to absorb, and very tricky lighing. Great job.

Diana Evans said...

wonderful piece....neat idea...

Cheers,
Diana

Rrramone said...

I have that same theory! ;-)

Shawna said...

Wow, good theory! Nice back of the head view, that's hard to get right, but you pulled it off. I actually really like your black and white version!

carla said...

What a creative concept and such a fabulaous rendering! Wow! I love seeing both the color and the b & w! The perspective on Jerome's face is so perfect!

Kate said...

Nice! I actually like the b/w version better for some reason....maybe because I am having my students study MC Escher right now. Very nice.

Zórdís said...

This is very nice and real. Great work as always!

Kind regards,

joce said...

J'aime beaucoup, beaucoup cette illustration !
Puis-je la mettre sur mon blog avec un lien ?
Merci par avance pour votre réponse.
Jocelyne Marque
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