James and Giant Peach project. These drawings will become the backdrops to the play. I find it quite difficult to not get sucked into all the details. After all, that's what I love to do.
The scene below is what goes on inside the peach on an average evening. As I was finishing it I was reminded of one of my favourite Spike Milligan poems which goes like this;
'Today I saw a little worm wriggling on his belly,
perhaps he'd like to come inside and see what's on the telly.'
I bloody love that.
Saturday, June 09, 2012
above the clouds
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I just love all of them packed on the sofa to watch the Telly! So cozy and cute!! Nancy
I love it too...you were a poet and you didn't know it:)...love all the artwork you've done for James and the Giant Peach!
I love it too!...you were a poet and didn't know it...:)...love all the illustrations you've done for James and the Giant Peach!
These are brilliant Andrea!
You're bloody cute lol!
So love these drawings - they just draw my eyes to them - I love the black and white buildings with the peach above them. Your work is wonderful!
very cute, the critters on the sofa! i love the facial expressions of the two worms/bugs at each end!! they don't look very happy
Thanks so much, folk.
Alarmcat, yes, hose two do not get on!
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