Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Illustration Friday: Worry


On his fifth dreamtrip to Mars, William began to worry that he didn't know where the restrooms were.

16 comments:

shannonjyl said...

snicker! good stuff†

Rui Sousa said...

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www.ruisousaartworks.blogspot.com

Thank you very much

SENTA said...

Love all your whimsical fun works, this little boy is one of my favorites!! Love his little face...

Connie said...

This is a fine, classic illustration. Simple lines but effective. I love the socks!

Kat Hannah said...

Wonderfully imaginative illustration - full of life - lovely

Kay Aker said...

Wondrous and beautiful! Great cosmic background and dream like figure!

Dot said...

thanks for stopping by my blog! i love the old fashioned style of this one... it reminds me of the old time picture books or adventure comics...

JOHN B. WATSON said...

Great illustration! Love the style, composition, colors and humor. Thanks for the nice compliments you left on my blog about my grinning cat. You're right, it IS the bird in the tree that should be worried!

rebecca woodward said...

Okay, this is funny!!! And an awesome illustration. I can see why you are published and I'm glad I found you... Yep, I'll be keeping an eye on you now.

Stella said...

WOW! You have such a wit, and it speaks volumes more...where the washrooms are, that is a biggie.
I too was in finance, us numbers people are also artists! Thank you for your compliment, it was my first foray into Illustration Friday. Its my way of finally taking myself seriously...:o)

Josh (musarter) said...

Nice explanation. Great gesture and palette too.

I also enjoyed seeing your sketches on your sketchbook blog.

P.L. Frederick said...

Yes, never visit a planet without a map of available restrooms, I always say. Cute illustration.

Thanks for visitin' my blog, Small & Big, and fer commentin'.

P.L. Frederick (SMALL & big)

FRAN said...

Thanks!!...real unusual piece u got...nice feel!

Tony LaRocca said...

And no tree to hide behind either!

Loni Edwards said...

Haha! Yeah that could definitely be a problem :) What a fun piece!

Tony Sarrecchia... said...

I love the floaty feel of this. Nice job.