Nice illustration. And great choice for the topic (no pun intended).
Great visualization of rather serious topic. Also thanks for visiting my blog. Have a nice weekend:).
you know, this was the first thing I thought of when I heard this weeks topic! Could be because we saw Juno last weekend, or because it seems like so many people I know are getting pregnant! Great illustration
Thoughtful concept, bringing up lots of ideas. Maybe this week's topic lends itself to more philosophical interpretations than some. Your illo is great, as always!
Fantastic! Love the shadows and highlights on the hand.
well we hve a choice only sometimes there are accidents beyond controltnx for dropping byhave a good weekend
a way to make us think... great choice.
Kids are awesome...better be good news...and the subcomment is absolutely true...I'm voting for a plant as a write-in...
A seriously perfect illo for this subject.
What a wonderful hand! And I agree with the others -a good theme to go with this week.
oh, looks like this makes the choice for you! nice illustration!a : )
Great job as usual, and really nice hand rendering...you aren't bucking for a work at P&G are you? :)
Somebody saw Juno... Great work. I really like your illustration.
Another nice take on the subject, and very professionally done. good job.
Thank you everyone; I appreciate the comments. I am flattered that Digital Scott likes my hands; he is the master.Yes, I saw Juno. It was awesome. Although it was not my only inspiration for this piece; my number 2 is coming in June.
OH, JOSH! congratulations! you'll make a swell mommy! :)))stay out of bars, eat some kale on your cheese pizza, take daily walks...hee, hee!!wonderful illio! :))
Josh - thanks for stopping in... I do all my printing myself (up to 13 x 19 inch size). And sometimes pull my hair out to get the colors and levels just right. I do a lot of adjusting in Photoshop, and in my ink RIP. I get my archival papers from a guy in Cherry Hill: Jim DoyleShades Of Paper600 Deer Rd Unit 4Cherry Hill NJ 08034856-795-7780www.shadesofpaper.comI like their Museo Max for non-curling. The Hahnemuhle seems to curl up a bit.And I use Epson's pigment based archival inks, which I think are rated to 80 years. oh - and this is the printer: Epson Stylus Photo 2200 Good luck! - Richard
I know I'm a couple weeks late, but this is a really eye-catching piece. I love the light-hearted take and the serious subject matter - it opens up for discussion wonderfully. And congrats on number two!
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