Monday, March 29, 2010

Illustration Challenge #5

Well, I had a lone responder to the Illustration challenge of Two Weeks ago, Subby, who really went to town with it, I must say - you can see his interpretation on his new reconstituted blog, B.C.E. (Before Cyberspace Existed).

Hold the Presses, here is another contribution from Titus the Dog

As you can see, I myself became frustrated with the idea of coaxing these unnatural children into any aesthetically acceptable form, so I just dropped a creature on top of them.

17 comments:

Megan said...

The photos I wanted I could not find. Still opening boxes over here. But I like your monster dropping! (hee)

Needle Woven Studio said...

You changed them into quite the fantastical children - with a magical beast for their door!

femminismo said...

I'll say he/she went to town! Turned it all on its head too. Sorry I didn't get a chance to do anything, but your blue monster is real fun.

Steve said...

I love the richness of the detail and the colour...

Celeste Bergin said...

oh dear...the beast swallowed the children. What a good idea. lol Nicely done--that is a verrry interesting blue color

Coffee Messiah said...

HA, I made a couple of attempts to manipulate the blocks and kids, but gave up.

That was one tough one to try, to be sure ; (

Titus said...

Hang on, we're coming! Nothing to better those two fine examples, however!

Subby said...

Susan, way cool interpretations! Especially the top work :)

love the monster dropping idea ;)

And thanks! Hugs!

jude said...

i think i would do well to try this, dropping a creature on a few people.

Joei Rhode Island said...

Monsters and children....the perfect combination.

Asja said...

i like your monster, it looks really friendly!
please e-mail me your address on forest.underground@yahoo.com so i can send you print you won in my print giveaway.

nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

very faboulose illustrations

Cláudia said...

I enjoyed a lot following Subby's journey with Dick and Jane. Playing puzzle with Subby and the kids was real fun. Really great!

As for your blue creature:

"Peek-a-boo"!

parisa mahmoudi said...

Blue Monster,So GREAT!!!

Titus said...

The Titus Collective has arrived!

Art said...

Yes, loving the color!!

Bungy32 said...

Loves them all. Yours are so richly detailed, Susan. And I love that the other two basically rewrote a Dick and Jane book. Too funny.

Sorry I didn't catch this in time to join the fun. And, well, in truth my schedule is in its hyper phase now, so that means I don't get to do as much art as I'd like. BUT your blog keeps my eyes pleasantly full and happy.