Sunday, August 21, 2005

"Reflection"- Illustration Friday

Reflection- Illustration Friday. This is a watercolour I did some time ago. Sorry, the scanner does not do it justice. "She was so fixated on herself she didn't even notice the beauty around her."

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Rachelle said...

I like the narcissitic interpretation. :) Very nice!

Anonymous said... her shadowy rippley has a great atmosphere

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Roz said...

Very nice!

Anonymous said...

I love the idea behind your illustration.


kikazinha said...

Hi Ellen,I like the sentence you wrote.Self-absortion...

Thank you for your nice comment to mine,I was happy.Soon you'll be finding some of my work published in the USA...Greetings from Lisbon,best Carla

Tony LaRocca said...

I love the way she's facing the corner. (Or perhaps she's about to kill the gorgon who's sneaking up over her shoulder...)

Ian T. said...

Yes, scanners to mess around with watercolour (and pencil) work! Still, this is a lovely concept and picture and it comes through - the little patches of colour amid the dismal, melting greys - very nice!

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