Monday, November 06, 2006

Emma's Pumpkin

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

excellent! great illo, very sweet :)

Sherry said...

This is just adorable! I love your style so much. I think young and old alike can really appreciate your art.

June said...

Lovely, and I enjoy the way you use complimentary colours so well.
They really unify this image.

Anonymous said...

ohhh, I love it! this rural scene makes me dream!

Ginger*:)* said...

YEAH! Yeah for Emma on picking the best pumpkin and Yeah for Paige for making it to jacket flap. I already added you to my list.

I love this illustration, so much of the season is here, and soon the little mouse will be looking around for a warm house where he can take his family to make their winter nest.

Emma is so lucky to have you for an Auntie!

violetismycolor said...

I am a big lover of pumpkin patches and pictures with pumpkin patches. The colors of the pumpkins just make good art, I think. This is lovely.

Paige Keiser said...

Thanks everyone! I'm still learning about how to use a black pencil in place of ink in my work - I love the atmosphere of softer illustrations.

Amy C. Moreno said...

Paige,
This is absolutely lovely! I hope you use it in promos. It would be sure to get some good jobs.
Amy

Anonymous said...

Hello Paige:
I like the softer colors also. Lovely work.

michael dailey said...

wonderful and charming illo.

jordan said...

I love the quiet feeling this image creates.

Michelle Lana said...

Lovely work! great!

tusen said...

lovely. beautiful colours

Halloweenville said...

it would be for me toO! great work!!

Francesca said...

I love the sky and the colors, perfect fall feeling!

carla said...

She found the perfect pumpkin! I love the autumnal feeling, and I love the little mouse...out in the field where it belongs! We've been getting field mice coming into the house as the weather gets colder, and they just aren't a match for our cats:< We try to catch them and put them outside, but I think they keep getting back in...oh well!

Bron Smith said...

What a delightfully charming watercolor piece.