Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Lost:A Plane! A Plane!

Jack to Kate: "So, back in the States I have a pretty good job..."

13 comments:

Bee said...

A new series? How intriguing.

ger said...

Reminds me of that horrible movie in which Madonna got shipwrecked... (no, your drawings are NOT horrible...)

rosedale's 4 head said...

work it Jack...gainful employment is a plus!

so amazing how imagination is merged into nature...

Eva said...

Enchanting! As a child, I put my miniature dolls into outdoor surrounding like gaps in bricks or into the grass and enjoyed this miniature word. This reminds me.

Smiler said...

Lol - it's funny because I've only watched lost a few times and never got into it because it felt like you had to be watching from the beginning to "get" it, but your characters are bang on—I recognized them instantly & the setup is great.

Caio Fernandes said...

Hi Susan ! what a lovely blog you have here ... i am in loved with your work!
if one day you visit my blog , i hope you enjoy as well.

Indrani said...

Amazing art work!
I love the little worlds you create.

mum said...

I used an episode of Lost in a novel I wrote - but I never saw the series so I have no idea who Kate and Jack are in the story. From the look of it, Kate is more caught up with that plane than she is with Jack.
Best wishes to Jack (if Kate is worth it - but as this is a tv series, I guess there's a reason for the plane holding so much interest.)

I love the concept of these vignettes. The drawings and the sets are great, too.

tony said...

They Took A Plane To The Garden Of Eden!Imagine!

grrl+dog said...

yep..these guys will take over your garden.. watch out..
OH!

and my STICK arrived! I was so excited extracting it from the envelope while partner watched with a "What sort of face do I make for this" type look.
I know exactly where it will go,, stand by.

Pod said...

ha!
(thanks for your kind words..she certainly was very spirited)
:)

Eli said...

These are really great!

Nao said...

Ohmygawd...These are fabulous!

Here I go to look at everything you've been doing for the past week that I have been in the garden with the bees.