Sunday, August 17, 2008

Illustration Friday: Detach


Turnip suddenly found himself being detached from the only home he ever knew.

19 comments:

Kelly Medina said...

I love the huge gap in the rabbits front teeth, ha! But that poor beet... hopefully it is over quickly.

Great illustration :)

Nicola said...

I love this! My heart goes out to the little thing...

Jen A said...

I like how you did the roots of the turnip. He must have been delicious!

benconservato said...

Lovely, straight to the point illustration. I love your little radish.

Preetha said...

how cute! i love your illustration style!

Bella Sinclair said...

Aaaah! And I thought vegetarians could eat guilt-free. I'm so afraid for Turnip. Great illo!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Gosh your stuff is just fantastic!!! I mean really what line and great color. It's a pleasure to look at your work. Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a wonderful compliment. Have a great creative day.

NANCY LEFKO said...

very cute...love the look on the radish's face :)

Shugar said...

poor fellow! but oh my, thats the cutest turnip I have ever seen! :D

Chris Leavens said...

Fight back, turnip, fight back! Nice illustration -- I really like the little guy's expression and the rabbit's teeth.

Elise's Art Garden said...

Love it! Fun idea, and designed beautifully as always!
Thanks also for visiting mine!

Emily said...

Watch out Mr Turnip! Wiggle!... how does a turnip fight back? Cute illo Sheree.

Eric Barclay said...

This is really fun! Excellent illustration!

Mam'zelle Roüge said...

Funny and cute ^^

Gaia said...

ooh no, poor turnip looks so scared! I love this!!!

Mark Cavell said...

Brilliant work. Love the style, texture and story.

Kate said...

Sad....but tasty! : ) Nice job.

Mônica said...

Lovely illo, Sheree, as is the one you created for "Sail." I had not been to your blog for a few weeks and I can see I missed a lot of great stuff!

I have an award for you, you can pick it up at my blog. I've always loved the quote from Gandhi that you have on your blog, and I really enjoyed your illos of your lovely dog during the 21 day creative challenge. I think this award is very fitting! :-)

tina kugler said...

oh the humanity!
i love it! (well, as usual)