Monday, February 22, 2010

Propagate

To propagate her garden, her little Doxie helped dig the holes. This one had a lot of layers in Photoshop, oh boy... Thanks for any comments and have a great week!!

21 comments:

Kelly Medina said...

Adorably sweet! What wonderful details too! I like the different dish towels, flowers, tractor, and little chicks. Nice!

Wonderful and so sweet! :)

Barry said...

This came out great! The new style is coming along nicely. I want to see more!

Susan said...

Wonderful job, so full of life and so many details to see!

Brad said...

very nice! i really like the background and the tractor with the mud trail. great job!!!

Amanda said...

Very cute! Lots of great details in this one - the little bluebird is my favorite. A very sweet scene.

Pencil Pocket said...

Wow! It's so nice to have discovered your lovely work. What a super style! :)

Becky said...

Beautiful illustration. I can't wait until spring.

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Aww, this is really sweet! Charming! Cheerful!

Roberta said...

This is great! I really like your style!

Ben said...

Lovely work again! I like the cats pose, and the little details like the tea-towels on the line, wonderful! :)
Best,
Ben
www.benpowis.net

kate berube said...

ohh, i really like this one!

annpil said...

Love the Doxie! and all the details...It was worth all the work!
Great job!

dznQ said...

So sweet!! I love the runaway tractor. :)

Julie said...

Great design. Rich saturated color plus terrific character!

jennifer said...

Sweet and lovely!

Amalia K said...

I'm loving all the details, Joy... They're marvelous!

Ann Marie DiVecchia said...

Sweet little characters and details. Lovely!!

AtelierBrigitte said...

Great illo.
Thanks for stepping by at my blog.

Sweet Harvey said...

Completely adorable - your style is so full of life!

Duncan said...

Wonderful - along with your other illustrations. Particularly like what you did with the dog and red ball.
Thanks for your comment too.

Amy C said...

totally cute, she is planting her seeds so lovingly.