Monday, February 27, 2006

Illustration Friday Theme: Tea


Some days, a nice hot cup of tea is about as important to drawing as my paint brushes and pencils.

21 comments:

Ellen said...

Lovely illustration, Paige!

kate said...

Wow this is really good

Geninne said...

Love it! Specially the perspective...very original.

The Tart said...

I would love to do just that!
Your work is so great....love the colors.

Smooch,
The Tart

Lily and Lucy White said...

Lovely world of all things wonderful! Great illustration! Lily.

Ray Dillon said...

Wonderful! Inspires and makes me reminisce.

~Ray

Holli said...

I really like this one Paige!!

ValGalArt said...

i love the perspective and the drawing of buildings!

Roz Foster said...

I love your style. Your world is so wonderfully idyllic. Great little details, too, like the undone shoe lace.

Rachel said...

Paige, i love your illo. Reminds me of my carefree days as a student, whereby I will lie down on the floor and doodle happily. Great illo!

Artsy Momma Chic said...

This is right off a page in a book!

It would also be great as a print!

Anonymous said...

You look like in paradise :)

Bron Smith said...

I like the angle you chose, and your nice wash technique.

wynlen said...

Great illustration Paige! I love the perspective - and I always love illustrations of someone drawing.
www.wynlen.no

carla said...

I really like looking down on the scene with the sprawling figure and the paints and snacks all around - it's like peeking into a private world:>

LudaChristian said...

Nice work, Paige... like the perspective. An interesting view!

violetismycolor said...

Love the perspective on this one, Paige...how cozy he looks!

Knitting Painter Woman said...

What everybody else said!! Point of view, colors, details. (I think the cookies might seduce me faster than the tea, though). Cloudy with a chance of.... tea and biscuits?!!

Dennis West said...

You know, Paige, I think you're one of my favorite illustrators out there. I check your site regularly and am amazed by how much you post on your blog. Every one of your illustrations has a great charm to it, this one as well.

Great work!

Dee said...

I have to agree with Dennis. You're so prolific, it's scary! Very good illo. I think it conveys that sense of being lost in your art perfectly. He's in the zone!

Ginger*:)* said...

Just wonderful! and how about those cookies!