Monday, November 16, 2009

Equilbrium Enhancer Flight Test

The Professor wondered if his love of embellishment had unbalanced his wonderful new machine.

It's been awhile since I did a t-shirt, so I just put this on redbubble, and the Illustration Friday prompt is unbalanced.

In other news, I realized I was late announcing the Icarus winner, he will be flying off to Megan at All I need is Everything

15 comments:

femminismo said...

Wonderful illustration. That's what I need is equilibrium enhancers. I'm doing balance training in my doctor's office on Wednesday, with a computer-like wii setup. Hope it helps.

Celeste Bergin said...

his love of embellishment...does that include the claw feet of the basket? such a nice touch!

Eva said...

The colors are great! They enhance the drawing a lot.

aleph said...

This character is great, I´m really enjoying his appereances!

Caio Fernandes said...

this illustration is so well done . with all the details and colors . what a work .
i loved this . got so pretty .

Deb G said...

These last two posts are just great! Your professor is quite the explorer.

Hence72 said...

pleased to meet you

great work

come pay a visit some time

Son of Incogneato said...

The drawing is wonderfu, as we have come to expect them, but the colors! This is sunshine for my eyes on an incredibly overcast, cold, wet Oslonian day.
Bravo Susan!

Moi

ger said...

The anxious look on his face... (he´s a rather handsome guy, actually, but that nose - couldn´t you wipe the black off it...?

ArtSparker said...

Okay, the people hae spoken...more color, expecially in winter for those of us in the Northern hemisphere in winter...

Ger, it's his Achilles nose.

Titus said...

Love it, and I want one. I think I could master the controls.

Coreopsis said...

I like this a lot. It's a little off-kilter, for that unbalanced feel, but with oh, such rich details. It looks like lots of fun, and I love his satisfied expression.

Asja said...

i think he managed to balance his love of establishment and his machine! great work!

Shirley said...

Very, very cool illustration!

justdoodleit said...

It works well! Something Baroque might have thrown it off balance though!