Well, folks. I've been busy drawing away but this, yet again, is another secret squirrel project. For now, anyway. This is a little snippet (isn't that a great word?) of the illustration I have been working on. It's a one-off drawing from a children's book. I'll reveal it all when I get the go ahead. Also, I believe that this image should be available in some form or other (postcard, I think) in the near future. Not sure how much more I'm allowed to say so I'll keep my trap shut. 'Cos, you know I'm good at that.
Sunday, August 29, 2010
remember when you were young?
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 4:42 PM
Labels: black, charm, charms, children's book, Children's Book Fair, childrens, ink, jewels
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what a delightful drawing! i love that every time you look at it, you see something new. it brings to mind that drawing you did, "grandma's jewelry" or something like that, that's chock full of details that reveal something new each time. so much fun! great job, i triple love it and can't wait to see the full picture. oh-h, the suspense ;)
This is incredible, like finding a stash of hidden treasures :-) I can't wait to see more!
woohoo!! I'm glad you have all these awesome things coming down the line for you! It means less posting, but I guess I'll have to deal :(
woah! I love this, the ring, the key and lock. Wonderful!!!
hmmmmm - I Spy...
Woah! So much detail. So good. I'm thinking I Spy book too haha. It would definitely suit it.
Looks fantastic Andrea...reminds me of tin boxes full of "treasures" at my Aunt's house when i was young
Thank you for sharing
This fabulous work with us
There is so much depth in this one. I think I got lost in it again.
Come on you raver, you seer of visions, come on you painter...:-)
No, you guys, it's from John Lennon. "Remember when you were young, how the hero was never hung". Of course, I'm now singing along to Crazy Diamond.
Yeah, an I Spy book is something I'd love to do. I love the photographed ones but a drawn version would be right up my street.
Debra, I wish I had an aunt like that.
Cheers, me dears.
Wowwwwwwwwwww!!! Yes!!! Perfect!
I think I should just pull up a chair cuz it's going to take me awhile to check out this drawing ... each lovely object is worth a look! So lovely Andrea!
i like your blog its nice i love the pictures too.
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