Saturday, August 26, 2006

Illustration Friday - Run



I listened to "Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH" in the car this week with my kids so I'm in a mouse kind of mood this week. At first I was going to do a mouse on an exericise wheel but decided for a more traditional mouse instead. He's pretty tiny, hope you can see him.

23 comments:

Alina Chau said...

What a lovely piece!

michael dailey said...

yep right a the 4 and moving up. cute illo

surrealmuse said...

such a beautiful illustration...looks like it came stright out of a children's book.

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

I love the rats of nihm! I am not a turkey! beautiful drawing!`

Jana Bouc said...

Really nice. The clock is beautiful and the concept is very creative. I loved your other idea too!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Beautiful textures and colors!

JO said...

great illo, really nicely done.

Paige Keiser said...

I remember the movie "Secret Of Nimh" - I LOVED it as a kid, but it used to also give me night mares.

Anyways, that mouse is small, but he's so full of movement and life, the eye is drawn to him right away! Lovely

dahlgirl said...

great idea. love the texture in the night sky and the composition.

murphy girl said...

beautiful image, feels like london!

stacey m said...

beautiful piece!

lucrezia said...

The texture is really effective in creating moonlight!

the enigma said...

beautiful night scene!

Naru said...

beautiful!! I love the mood.

Sweet Pea said...

This has a lovely mood and you always have great texture in your illos - the litle mouse is cute!

Francesca said...

Beautifully done, you really captured the moon light. I feel like I am part of the moment.

matt said...

This is great...adds a bit of adventure and urgency to that rhyme.

Ginger*:)* said...

He is a great little runner! Beautifully done!

Ginger*:)* said...

He is a great little runner! Beautifully done!

Loni said...

Beautiful! I love the texture on the background sky. Very nice!

lil kim said...

lovely! beautiful lighting.

paula said...

What a nice take on the rhyme, Jenn! I love the mood and feel (and I can see the mouse, yes)!

Isa said...

your work es delicious!!!!