Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Illustration Friday: Imagination


Nothing fuels the imagination quite like some blank paper and a box of crayons.

16 comments:

  1. The drawing is impressive...
    But in french (I don't know about the other languages), we have an expression : 'fear of the paper blank'. Sometimes too much space to draw can block us ...

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  2. Superb drawing and a great way to approach IF word! Congrats!

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  3. Quite right! Lovely drawing! It's rendered beautifully. This is a really fantastic response to the topic this week.

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  4. I love your handling of the medium. Beautiful realism.

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  5. love your lines and idea... very exciting the white paper.... all to do... :)

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  6. Ooh, I love this! It pulls at my teacher/artist strings! Yes indeed, we all thrill to the lure of hte blank paper and the fresh new crayons! You did a wonderful job on them!

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  7. I love this! A drawing for every artist, and for every child with a box of crayons!

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  8. very nice, the blank page is inviting. (tempting to drop some bright ink colors on :)
    I love your calm, beautiful pencil drawings.

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  9. Goreous drawing. Intriguing that you elected not to use colour, especially given the nature of the crayons. I think it makes the drawing everso slghtly mysterious.

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  10. I had this very thought while contemplating the blank page in front of me and pondering the IF topic. Of course that is something every artist can relate to. Your solution is wonderfully composed and beautifully rendered.

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  11. I feel the blank paper calling to me. I want to reach out and draw on it through my computer screen!

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  12. This is so great Sarah, I love how you kept it in black and white. So neat.

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  13. Really great idea and execution for the theme! I just introduced the 2-year-old twins I babysit to crayons last week. One loves to carefully hold a crayon and make tiny, thoughtful scribbles. The other one tries to draw on her feet and nibbles the crayons!

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