Friday, September 29, 2006

Quiet


I like quiet...
Here is what I call the "Autumn Sunset Fairy Tree" or "The Sunset Tree". I am a shameless fan of old fairy illustrations. I looked at those books as a child and put their credibility right up there with every other subject in school, probably at even a higher level of truth. Thank God I can still go there...

I hope YOU have one of the top ten weeks of your life!

Hey, the Fair is in town! I'm going to go sketch people shamelessly eating corn dogs and french fries!

19 comments:

justannax said...

Fantastic image! And totally dreamy!

Amy Zaleski said...

That's one wonderfully gnarled tree! The sky is so breathtaking behind it. Gorgeous piece of work!

Diane Duda said...

This is a magical piece of art! The colors are gorgeous!

Ginger*:)* said...

Incredible and beautiful. A truly delightful thought!

Sherry said...

This is really quit wonderful. It has such a magical feeling!

Majeak Ann said...

ah...incredibly wonderful!!!
-Marjorie

Michelle Lana said...

great work..

the heartful blogger said...

How magical, I love all the little fairies quietly perched on the branches.

groovyinclinations said...

Very nice, the type of image that I could have look at for hours as a child.

mel said...

great concept and very nice illo :)

murphy girl said...

fabulous tree!

Nancy said...

My daughter is going to LOVE this one. She is obsessed with fairies these days. I love the beautiful sky and the dusklike shadowy feel.

Have fun at the fair!

Halloweenville said...

so beautifuL!! i love the tree and the colors!! enchanting!

georg said...

Beautiful image. I like your colors, and the magic of the tree.

Poseidion said...

wow i love the tree. The colors are great!

the enigma said...

fantastic big tree, great texture. i love personified trees.

~Gina said...

Lovely illo! Awesome sky colors!

scribblesk said...

What a fantastic and fanciful gnarled tree and sunset!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

This is so great! I love the angle of the tree, it makes for a really powerful compostion. And there really is nothing like the taste of a corndog at the fair. Hope it was good!