Friday, July 15, 2005

Illustration Friday - BAD KARMA

This is a cheat because it's an old illustration I did for a magazine article on risk, but the topic didn't inspire me and I have too much work on at the moment to focus on fun illustration. I'll be back on form next week I hope.
During the research process I came across a great little animated film on the subject of Karma, see it here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very very very bad karma indeed. As they say, an oldie but a goodie.


7/21/2005 12:33 PM  
Blogger Rebeccashane said...

As bad karma as this looks.. this is a really beautiful piece. :O)

7/21/2005 4:06 PM  
Blogger Amy said...

I found that same short when I was looking around for inspiration on the topic. It really is great. Your illustration is very nice too.

7/21/2005 5:34 PM  
Blogger Knitting Painter Woman said...

Thanks for the neat film link.
I have loaded mammoth paintings via scanner, but now Hello/picasa loses 'em... I look forward to more commends when they are resurrected. Do you think the teens who have been shark bit had bad karma, though?

7/21/2005 5:36 PM  
Blogger isay said...

lvoely illustration! the bubbles are great. thanks for the link,i enjoyed it so much!

7/21/2005 5:58 PM  
Blogger Rowantree said...

Good job with lights and shadows, Nice bubbles too!!

7/21/2005 7:26 PM  
Blogger knottydon said...

Right... the bubbles are great. I like the shark, the way the tail is blurred. I like the color gradient. B-E-A-utiful!!!

7/21/2005 7:42 PM  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

Thank you all for your nice comments. I think I picked up the bubble technique from one of those free Photoshop tutorials you find all over the web - couple of years ago so I can't remember.

Sultry Painter woman, I think that's why I wasn't inspired by the topic, although I think it's generally the best policy to treat people the way you would like to be treated, I really can't believe that when something bad happens to someone it's some kind of divine retribution for bad behaviour in the past.

7/21/2005 8:12 PM  

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