Friday, August 27, 2010

Illustration Friday: Immovable

24 comments:

Clip Art and Scrap said...

great illustration, love the colours, but so sad :(, I do hope he gets out in the end.

Sketchy Kat said...

I love it. It is adorable, and simple. Your illustrations are very beautiful. I admire your style.

Leen Christens said...

Charming work!!

Cynnie said...

This is a fantastic piece!!! Love your work!
Cynthia Schelzig

poppylocke said...

Aw, how sweet! I hope he makes it out the snow..!

ale balanzario said...

Great and cute illustration!!

k.h.whitaker said...

love this!

Linda Hensley said...

This makes me smile. Nice color too.

emilywilsondesigns said...

Awwww.... he is going to need a few more bird friends. Very cute.

Kathy Jurek said...

Simple and effective. Very cute and I'm rooting for him too!

Natura said...

Quite nice! It's a really lovely idea.

Jane Grant Tentas said...

Maybe he can tunnel his way out! Lovely work!

Jen Appel said...

Hehe - that's how I feel around March too.

Love all the colours on the snow - great light to it.

Mini Plouf! said...

Very nice work!!! :o)

Kaitlyn said...

Absolutely charming characters! Love the little trees too!

Jack Foster said...

Fantastic Bethanie! Poor polar bear. Bigger isn't always better!

psychopooch said...

Awww...poor polar bear. Hope he gets out in the end too. Lovely illo.

theartofpuro said...

Poor bear!The illo is adorable!

janie said...

lovely, the two sets of footprints is a very nice detail.

Bethanie Murguia said...

Thanks everyone! I'm just checking in for the first time this week (it's been a busy one). So nice to read all of the comments.

JooJoo said...

Little poor thing! I hope he can come out as soon as possible! Very sweet illustration!

Missy said...

So lovely. Your illustrations are always so cute.

AtelierBrigitte said...

This is so sweet! I hope he gets out.

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