Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Illustration Friday - INSECT

No time for anything time-consuming, so a quickie in my sketchbook for my three-year old Xavier, who loves this song.


Blogger Weichuen You said...

Very humorous! The neat lines remind me of Sempe, whom I really adore...

3/08/2006 11:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I also like this piece a lot! The line work is very nice. Very simple however effective! Looks like the Old gal is going to get an early dinner! 

3/09/2006 12:28 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

love the drawing!

3/09/2006 12:51 AM  
Blogger Ellen said...

OMG! That's so funny!!!! Great take on the theme!!!

3/09/2006 2:22 AM  
Blogger Lindsay said...

I don't know why she.... Thats a great take on the topic!

3/09/2006 2:45 AM  
Blogger Dana S. Whitney said...

I love how deeply she is snuggled into her easy chair. She was probably hungry, and TOO tired to get up and make a pastrami sandwich. Where should I go to see how you did that neat mouse-over b/w to color business? Wonderful.

3/09/2006 8:52 AM  
Blogger Amy said...

My boys think that song is hilarious too. No thanks to dear husband though, it MUST to be sung a particular way. I love the quick drawings we do for our kids. Excellent take.

3/09/2006 10:03 AM  
Blogger Todd DeWolf said...

I am so glad you did this theme. It is such a funny tale! Well done.

3/09/2006 2:53 PM  
Blogger minijubilee said...

what a great illustration!!! great linework and the image itself is so expressive!!! ;)

3/09/2006 5:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, a childhood favorite, "I Know An Old Lady." Great linework, Julie!

3/09/2006 5:23 PM  
Blogger Willie Baronet said...

There was an old lady who lived in a shoe, which reminds me of a time I went to church as a young boy and there was a roach in my shoe, and I felt it moving all through church, and when I came home I took off the shoe and the roach crawled out, which makes me wonder if roaches eat flies or vice versa or neither?

3/09/2006 10:03 PM  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

Miragee, I didn't know Sempe's work and 'googled' him - great discovery, and what a compliment - thank you.
Sultry painterwoman I've e-mailed you.
Thank you all for being so nice about this little sketch.

3/10/2006 10:37 AM  

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