Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Illustration Friday: Farm

This week's entry was inspired by the soon to be released new version of Charlotte's Web starring cute little Dakota Fanning.

21 comments:

Natura said...

Beautiful, you have a great style.

the enigma said...

nice and sweet. beautiful illo!

carla said...

This is darling! I love the color combinations...very "vegetable" except for the delightful pink piggie.

wynlen said...

Sweet. This makes me want to find a pig to pet.

Anette
www.wynlen.no

Amy Zaleski said...

Ah, "Charlotte's Web." This book was everywhere when I was a kid. I love your tribute to Wilbur and Charlotte, and hope that the new film version does justice to the classic book.

mitchlana said...

very nice illo!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

What a nice style!

Jeff said...

Great style and drawing! Nice work!

Halloweenville said...

WOW! really great - i love it!

Factoryrat71 said...

Excellent work

Alina Chau said...

lovely illo!! That's one of my favourite children stories!

Pickledog said...

Very sweet illustration.

Frizz said...

How do you get that texture? Love it!

Muffin said...

Sweet style. I like it. This one reminds me of "Charlottes Web". :) Good childhood memories.

wicked said...

Nice work. I love your art. I come here often. Keep up the great work.

sandra said...

Oh, I love that book! Your illustration is so cute - I love the texture and rendering. I just discovered your blog, and I think all your work is great.

Wee Cottage said...

Lovely image. It reminds me of my daughter who raised a wee little big into a huge monster pig last year. We loved this pig so much that we had to find a home for her instead of turning her into bacon.
Anyway, your painting is beautiful.

erika said...

cayoot with a capital C :)

Trevor Pitt said...

Which will be creepier? Dakota Fanning or the creatures in the film? Just kidding, Angelato! Y'knows that I dig Dakota and her creepy woman-child acting ways. Nice piece. That texture is awesome. Great color as always.

I'm hungry, I think I'll go eat some bacon.

ValGalArt said...

This is so beautiful, it looks like a woodcut print and your colour choices are wonderful!

Roz Foster said...

Hey, where've you been? Charlotte's Web was my favorite when I was a kid. Adorable rendering. The use of the same red in her hood, shoes and in the farmhouse really ties the piece together.