Thursday, November 11, 2010

Guardian of Dreams

Another t-shirt, this was based on a stuffed lion I had as a child. The sale at redbubble (see Nov. 4 post) ends on the 14th.

After I had made this, I visited Spirit Cloth and saw a sibling of this character (not the first time Jude and I have been looking at the same page in the book of dreams). And there is a more cautious cousin of these two on fiberrainbow.

21 comments:

jude said...

ha!

Jessie said...

Fantastic!x

Charles Gramlich said...

This would make such a great illustration for a children's book.

Margaret said...

A lion you can trust.

Tom said...

cool details in this one. awesome flower

Els said...

Humble me: I'm very pleased to belong to this great family of lions !!!

Celeste Bergin said...

a serious looking fellow---I like him a lot!

Tomás Serrano said...

Very nice. He could walk like that the Camino de Santiago...

Coffee Messiah said...

This one is most beautiful -

Beauty and the Beast came to mind, although a different flower.

Cheers!

Fresca said...

A nice antidote to the militant lion in Narnia.

Cobalt Violet said...

I love him. What a wonderful expression ... and that he is holding the lovely flower.

Totalfeckineejit said...

He's a vey friendly lion called Parsley.

Titus said...

You had superior toys!

Titus said...

And yahoo, we're in T-shirt heaven.

Don said...

Don't mess with him!

j. said...

quite beautiful. I hope all has been going well.

grrl + dog said...

he has a defiant look on his face,,,

dthaase said...

I think I met him last night before I woke...awesome illo

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Juan said...

Beautiful!!

deemallon said...

Adore! expression, colors, attitude. Love the lily - an unexpected and yet fitting choice for that royal of royal beasts...
(dreams are often synchronous in circles of connected minds).

deemallon said...

Adore! expression, colors, attitude. Love the lily - an unexpected and yet fitting choice for that royal of royal beasts...
(dreams are often synchronous in circles of connected minds).