response to illustration friday weekly illustration challenge and other illustrative explorations
That's really nice.I like the robot/ iron man scared of going too fast.Wee boy's heads are filled with crazy stuff - I still plunder my own son's thoughts and he's now as tall as me! Kinda' hopin' those thoughts will be on tap forever.
Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting! It was a lot of fun to do and little outside my typical style. Yes I very much hope he keeps those thoughts flowing, I love seeing the excitement and energy as he tries to get it all down on paper. Inspiring!
So cute! Wonderful details, particularly those marching little critters. And hamsters including, if I am not mistaken, a Super Hamster! Hahaha. Aliens and robots, oh my! Looks great!
Cindy, thanks again for stopping by. I haven't had a chance to make my way around to other IF folks, I am looking forward to checking in on you. I really appreciate your comments! This one was a lot of fun, really different and yes you did spy a super hamster (My son has a current hamster obsession going). He also really like the little marching guys, he asked me how I knew he wanted to draw those... :)
That's amazing detail... beautiful, whimsical extravagance...
Richard, Thank you so much for checking it out and leaving your kind thoughts!!
Fantastic dream landscape!
Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting Roland! It was a lot of fun to play around in that landscape!
beautifully done dreamscape. i adore all the details!
Michele,Thank you for stopping by and your comment, I had fun in all the little spaces.. had a hard time stopping myself:)
Oh I love the colours. My eyes are drawn towards the bottom left corner. Very nice piece :)
Hannah, thank you for stopping by and commenting! I am guesssing your eyes are drawn to that corner as it is the only place to rest:)
wonderful line and colour - so much to look at - great dream representation...
wonderfully fantastic! i love the little marching creatures...
Thank you! That was my son's favorite part as well. (He wanted to know how I knew he was going to draw them)