Saturday, August 23, 2008

Illustration Friday- Routine


This is my second in a series of three. It is the last spot, and now I have to finish the larger full illustration. Oil on Illustration Board.

Its best to follow a healthy routine...an apple a day keeps the doctor away!

21 comments:

cserháti hajnalka said...

It's adorable! I like specially the figure of the old man .

NANCY LEFKO said...

beautiful....a wonderful grandpa/grandson moment....it tells a special story :)

fergus said...

Nice concept and your technique is outstanding! And I believe in an apple day too.

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi candace!
i love this! it says so many things to me, family, memories, special moments. It is the little things that make the richness of life.
wonderful!

melissa

INDIGENE said...

What a great illustration! It can work for so many story ideas!

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Tracy said...

Really great illustration for "routine." :)

Alina Chau said...

Lovely charming!

josh pincus is crying said...

very nice! your work is always so cool!

ms. froggie said...

gorgeous colors and blending, candace! they are great spot characters! :)

Juan said...

Very nice illo!

Dot said...

so sweet! works nicely with the previous one too... do we get the third next week?

Chickengirl said...

The grandpa is so encouraging and friendly!

Josh (musarter) said...

This turned out very nice. The color and characters are great. Good idea for "routine" too.

Diana Evans said...

very sweet and what a cute and wonderful memory...I love the way you colour your work...fab!

lino creative said...

Charming! I nice take on the theme.

Kate said...

Very nice Candace. Love the patterns and colors and shapes. Nice relationship between characters, too.

Roberta said...

Terrific one Candace. Great color, great composition!

Fadas & C.ª said...

So cute! I like specially the grandpa! Great work!

maison yummi said...

Checking out cool submissions is my new ROUTINE.

Honor Bowden said...

Too true! Your oils are wonderful. :-)

Sean Ashby said...

That's great! I love the faces, great characters.