Tuesday, October 31, 2006

wind 2

18 comments:

Erika Ariente said...

fun and great textures!

michael dailey said...

this is to funny, lov it, great idea and take on the topic
lov the person in the garage and the lil one on the bike just lookin on haplessly as the woman and cat get lifted up bythe wind. must have been inspired by that stong wind u ppl had there last week

hemelsgroen said...

Very cool! I can keep watching at this, seeing more details each time. Also love the colours!

r.prat said...

nice detail and texture! great work! :)

DoctorDoddle17 said...

simple but out there,nice

Suzan said...

Great illo. Love it!

the heartful blogger said...

Wow, really lively scene! I love the colours and the detail, and the way the ginger cat in the tree seems very still.

AscenderRisesAbove said...

an amazing illustration. so much to look at; sort of a where's waldo

Alina Chau said...

full of energy and movement!! Great painting!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Wow, this is fun! I really like it.

Amy Zaleski said...

This is one of my favorites you have done. Great sense of humor and the colors rock!

Tony LaRocca said...

And the cat remains stable!

AndyDoodler said...

hahahah wow it's windy there! Reminds me of a dream- maybe one of those really fun flying dreams- not quite like a Dorothy one- or maybe like a little frustrating one where the wind is teasing with airmail like cats are teased with string. I really like this painting!

flossy-p said...

Great detals in this, and wonderful sense of gusty movement.

Alexiev said...

Great steel... and colours...

Best regards...

studio lolo said...

I didn't see you sneak this one in. This is positively eye candy because there's so much going on! Who's the naked guy in the garage? Why doesn't the orange kitty blow around like his partner? Luckily the Mrs. (or the mistress) caught the kitty by the toes so he won't blow away. And the letter addressed to you from IF: Wind...clever. I had to get the bifocals out to read it. Hah!! This is quite a fun illo.
Thanks for stopping by my blog to leave a nice comment :)

Michael O'Connell said...

your wind illustrations are wonderful… love all the textures and details

Tony Sarrecchia said...

Cool. Love the engery. (The cat in tree is a very nice touch).