Friday, April 8, 2011
illustration friday (bottled)
The inspiration for this etegami comes from a silly poem titled "An Alphabet," by the great English nonsense poet Edward Lear (1812 – 1888). I'm always looking for excuses to paint with blue, which happens to be my very favorite color. What's yours?
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My favorite color is Yellow. (weird huh?) Although my favorite color combination to paint with is blue and purple. :o) Great illo Deb! Love the wash! You nailed it!!ReplyDelete
I love your drawing as ever! My favourite colours are red, pink and aqua blue/green. Red for dynanism and energy, pink for happiness and aqua blue green for dreaminess. Love your work, cheers Sam. :)
Hi! Nice drawing, i love the bottle! :) my favorite color is black, but sometimes other colors seem as beautiful as black to me. Also I love your blue bottleReplyDelete
Another beautiful painting, I love this style of art and you do it well.ReplyDelete
My favourite colour are tints and shades of purple
So beautiful! Love that inky wash! My favorite color is purple... today!ReplyDelete
Love what you've done with your (and my) favorite color! I'm always looking for excuses to use blue too.ReplyDelete
I love this!!! Wonderful piece!ReplyDelete
I like your texture!! 絵手紙みたいですごく素敵☆ReplyDelete
My favorite color is magenta.
This is beautiful. I also blue and I love how you applied it here.ReplyDelete
Blue! All the blues you've bottled.ReplyDelete
Love your ink bottle!ReplyDelete
My favourite colour, in general, is green. MIDORI!
My favorite is blue too and chose to highlight it my IF this week. I like the flow of your work.ReplyDelete
How fanciful and fun! I adore ink bottles. Reminds me of the HP series, of feather quills and parchment paper :) Loved the poem too, looked it up. And blue happens to be my favorite color too, followed by green :)ReplyDelete
I love this! And we share the same favorite color. You can tell by how much blue I use in most of my work.ReplyDelete
Hello! Thank you for comment. I'm very curious what is a green leaf shape novice driver in Japan :) I admire your beautiful, delicately painted watercolors, and nice typografy.ReplyDelete