Sunday, October 23, 2005

Remote - Illustration Friday

Life's adventures can lead you to very remote places!

Thanks for stopping by and please leave me a comment, I would love to know what you think.

19 comments:

LDahl said...

Oh WOW!!! Such a wonderful piece!! It bounces with quantum energy!!

rubio2d said...

Great jumpin' boy! love the sky bg unniverse above him!
Nice work!

Manuela said...

uh strange but interesting point of view :D
Ciao

Holly said...

Kind a dual universe thing here. I really like it. Good stuff!

Catnapping said...

an exciting piece. I like the two layers here.

Tony Sarrecchia said...

It's a pre-pubescent Clark Kent! Very nice.

Kil55 said...

Nice!! Thanks for the comment :D
I like how the little boy jumps up :)

Anonymous said...

Hhheee, love your idea! I can feel and think like this sometimes ... great facial expression - it says a lot!

aynaku said...

I agree! never mind where remote places REALLY are...
Thanx for stopping by AYNAKU

Jen said...

what a great piece! very nice. :)

Kim Carney said...

I love the 'upside down' feeling. Great stuff

Giles said...

Funny illo ;P

Thanks ever so much for visiting my Blog and for your kind feedback.

The Unknown said...

I love this pic. Very funny.
love

Jaimie said...

Leaping into outer space! I love it.

Sandra Romero said...

Thanks for your support, I like your illustrations too, have a very nice mix of colours.

Aravis said...

This is really wild! I love the sense of falling into the night sky; it's such a cool idea. I like, too, that it's such a thin line between the two spaces. :0)

Lockjaw said...

I love the energy and expression you got into this piece. Considering the shock he's had I wonder if he'll be more circumspect in the future?

Queen Tut said...

I have so enjoyed reading all of your comments. Thank you so much for letting me know what you think.

My idea behind this was that he was just bouncing along - as you do in life - being delirious, and as punishment for being too jolly he bounced himself off the earth.

Mark McDonnell said...

Very cute sketches.

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