Friday, June 08, 2007

Illustration Friday - Suit


Being lost just doesn't suit me any more.
Am I lost? Still working on that one.

"It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more."
- Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

38 comments:

  1. Nice painting, Willie! I like how your words are dispersed through the piece.

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  2. .... You seriously just sit there and wait for the topic! haha I'm in Australia and came on line on a friday night.. JUST TO GET IT! and there your are.

    I like this one. I always like yours.

    Teach me!

    <3 LV

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  3. Don'tknowwhysuddenlyfeelingunpside downthinkI'mgonnavom.... :)
    Rrramone! Those words are heavy on a Friday morning! *meow*

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  4. Pass the salt! There's a birdie in that painting! NO IT'S NOT A PLANE!!!

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  5. NO, it is giant macaroni from outerspace out to destroy Earth by tipping us over and forcing us go plundering throughout the universe. Very sneaky, those alien macaronies.

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  6. Perriette, did you smoke something strong this morning?

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  7. i don't like being upside down... i get headaches :(

    it's not a birdie or plane or macaroni... it's a cloud!

    love it ;)

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  8. Abstract and Fun piece!

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  9. Hee hee hee...I just pictured everone sitting at their computers and turning their heads to try and view this upside-down...and falling out of their chairs! Life imitates art!

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  10. Not entirely clear what is going on but I like it

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  11. Nice take on the topic! :-D

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  12. OOh! Excellent! Love the colors, love the design, love the quote.

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  13. i like the texture and the colors.

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  14. as ever so clever! fabulous illo.

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  15. Hi RRRamone! Thanks for the comment about visiting Dallas- Downtown is beautiful. Keep on abstractin'!

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  16. Seriously, I'm thinking there is something between you and Penny so that you can post first EVERY week hehehehe... just kidding, I'm just a little jealous, Willie.

    Love your illo, very colorful. Comments are also very funny today :D

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  17. Love the colors and the folk-art feel to this!

    :)

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  18. Follow the S- shaped road! Follow follow follow follow...

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  19. Wonderful work! Love it!
    Which medium do you use to draw the black lines on your painting? I Allways try to do that with pencil, but that's not visible. Or have you painted teh black lines?

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  20. great work, wonderful colours and composition, i love it!

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  21. This one suits me just fine.

    :-)

    Luscious painterly colors, and I love a curve in an open-ended road...

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  22. hhmmm... its quite amazing how many of your drawings have roads in them!

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  23. I have no idea how I got here.

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  24. Great colors and lines...to the point where I almost don't even care what the piece's theme is! Lost, schmost...get a look at those luscious undercolors peeping through!

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  25. Like usual, you've got a great piece with a unique take on the chosen subject...

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  26. well once u know whats there, there's nothing to fear.
    actually u cant wait to get there. there is no death or darkeness just pure light. and ur only as lost as u wanna be

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  27. promise to be nice to boys! wonderful colors...no need to be lost anylonger...to much work tyring to find your way out from there....

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  28. I get dizzy if I stand on my head too long.

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  29. Love the inversion and the vibrancy!

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  30. upside down or topsy turvy? I like this one :D

    this was the second time - ever - I came to look for the topic and there was no one listed! But I couldnt come up with something to post!

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  31. Wow! Now that is some "out of the box" thinking there! Nice job!

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  32. stacy kathryn8:35 AM

    I like the way this painting feels. It is easy to get "lost" in the shapes and movement of it. :)

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  33. Hm. Clever and colorful. Yet uniquely intriguing!

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  34. Love the painting! and the quotes.
    Purpose of being lost/not knowing = it makes us drive. Or not.

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie