Wednesday, January 2, 2008

IF- Soar

As soon as I saw that this weeks word was "soar" I knew it was time to illustrate a fairy. This is Luzluna. She is a creature of the night. She is in charge of all things that glow like the moon, stars and of course fireflies. She is a bit of a snob, so it is good that she works alone.


Danielle McDonald said...

Hi Julie, thanks for leaving a comment on my blog and leading me to your site! I just love your entry for this weeks topic! The blues are a beautiful contrast with your fairy colours!

I also love the card you did for your friend! It really is very cosmopolitan! I would buy that if I saw it in store!

You also made me smile when I read that sprinkles on pastries get your creative juices flowing! Isn't it funny where we can get inpsiration from!

Good luck for the New Year and I look forward to checking back in on what you have been up to.

donna said...

Nice job with this weeks topic.
Colors working nice together.
Thanks for the comment on my post :)

Rui Sousa said...

Great illustracion, love the lines and the color. Nice style, keep on the good work.

Anonymous said...

Your piece is wonderful!! I love how light and ethereal your faerie is, and really stands out from the trees! Lovely!!

studio lolo said... of your best in my opinion! I love the dark tree trunks and the way you chose to show the foliage. Your snobbish fairie really pops, and I LOVE her posture. "Oh yeah, I'm all that."

Candace Trew Camling said...

Thanks for SUCH a nice compliment. Very sweet of you. I love your style. Great trees in this weeks submission.

knottydon said...

fairy with an attitude ;oP

i love the colors!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Very nice work! And your words crack me up! Well done.

princesstomato said...

julie, this is really great. love the trees, the colors, the fairy...all of it! something about it is very gustav-klimt-ish, too. can't go wrong with that! :)

melissa cook said...

wow this one is magical and beautiful. I love the colors you put together. I would love to see more of these!