Friday, April 06, 2007

A Long Day For the Limo Driver


Sherry Rogers said...

You know Paige this illustration kind of has a Richard Scarry feel to it. (Mr Paint Pig)It is just wonderful! It has so much to say. . .it tells so many stories all at once.

The final painting is perfect!

Paige Keiser said...

TY again Sherry! My scanner is going dead I think--my scans are all becoming blurry so this scan didn't come out very well (darn).

Yes it does look a bit like Richard Scarry - I used to LOVE his books as a kid. Enjoyed trying to find the worm in all his pictures.

Ginger*:)* said...

I was going to mention Mr. Scary as well, but I think it has more of a Paige Keiser going on here. As usual I love the sketch as much as the watercolor. Each and every little creature and person has something wonderful to do and the entire piece is worth a hundred glances.

It also makes me think quite fondly of 'Lowly the worm.' Do you have a secret animal to hide in all your illustrations?

Limo said...

Sherry Rogers yes its tre, i agree with you. But do you know that
since the golden age of automobiles in the early 1900s, the American public has been fascinated by the elegant, daring, or just plain outrageous designs of
the limousines and town cars in which royalty, movie stars,
and captains of industry are driven.

LiMo said...

I also like this illustration, Paige Keiser, and other which I found in your blog. When I see them, my mood goes up, they are so kind and funny, and has much sense.