Friday, 4 June 2010

Little Red Riding Hood


Tried to do someting different, but not too different.


This weeks Illustration Friday's Topic just happens to be trail when I've just finished one. :)






I also tried have a version of a shadow of a wolf.

I'm worried that it might be a bit cheesy. I really need to make up my mind on which one is better. Any thoughts?

37 comments:

  1. don't you love when that happens?
    this is just beautiful!

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  2. This is gorgeous, in fact all your illustrations are! xx

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  3. oh wow!!! the perspective on this piece is perfect!!!

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  4. This is really lovely and I love the perspective you've chosen! The idea with the shadow is a wonderful twist!

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  5. I love this so much! Great work! Wow, wow, wow.

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  6. I am charmed with the lighting (awesome) It's a beautiful day in your drawing. (And love the wolf-shadow)

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  7. i like the wolf one. they are both amazing. I think the wolf shadow gives the piece an editorial aspect.

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  8. This is wonderful - and a perfect fit for the topic.

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  9. Wow your work is so beautiful!! Great illo style. I LOVE the 4 trees...

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  10. Fantastic work, love the perspective and the colours are gorgeous!

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  11. This is so wonderful... and a very 'movie' perspective on the scene! I prefer the one without the wolf-like shadow...

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  12. Fabulous...I like the wolf but I know what you mean when you say can't decide if it cheezes it up...I am always having that problem...Is this cool, or just plain ugly...My sister always tells me the truth!

    Anyway...beautiful work either way! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Thank you everyone for visiting. I am blown up by all the comments and the amount of it. (if you noticed, this was a very quiet blog)

    I hope you all have a very good weekend. xxx

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  14. so beautiful. I love the delicate twigs and leaves. The perspective is great, too.
    The wolf shadow is a funny idea, but I think I prefer the one with the regular shadow a bit more, it seems to me that it fits your delicate style better - but of course it's just my opinion.

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  15. this is amazing. love the light...

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  16. Guau!! I really love it! Great work!

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  17. Remarkable...lovely...i like both honestly...

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  18. Now, I'm blown away!! Beautiful in every aspect, Jennifer! Well, no need to send out the invitations to your once 'quiet' (?) blog, the party just rushed in!! :D

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  19. Wonderful perspective, color and concept. Amazing in the details of the leaves and the textures is great.
    I like the first one, with her own shallow. I think it work better.

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  20. Wondeful illustration!The colours are stunning!

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  21. wow love this piece the perspective is great and the lighting - gotta love that! I like the wolf shadow for sure ♥

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  22. I love the wolf shadow... Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs are singing in my head ;)

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  23. love your color! go with the wolf but i'd like to see it with bigger to teeth to eat you with my dear

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  24. Gorgeous illustration! I think the perspective and your wolf shadow is wonderful. Glad to have found you!

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  25. Amazing work! I would like to know what kind of paint you use. Is it gouache and watercolor?

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  26. I don't think the wolf shadow is cheesy at all, I think it's great!!!

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  27. Stephan// Sorry, I haven't been looking at this blog for a while.

    I use watercolor and photoshop. :) I think I'll also try acrylic in the future.

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