So cute! I love the depth of the picture and the towering background and then the campfire-coziness of the characters.
so sweet and special. nice work!
Quite the tall tale the big bunny is throwing together. Nothing can ward off the towering clutter like a good bunny horror story, and maybe some hot chocolate. This picture is magic, dude.
gorgeous.. i love how the bunny is kind of exaggerating his story, shown so beautifully through his gestures :)cute n beautiful!
Oh, I love it! What a wonderful place to explore! All of your treasures surrounding you in comfort.
Brilliant linework...what an awesome perspective...
Looks like a fun place to hang out. Where do you find your patience for detail. Great work!
Thanks for the sweet word! Hihi… glad to can share the little worlds inside my head! I really enjoy doing these BW detailed illustrations. I love to loose myself in the process… very relaxing!
What a Wonderful image! Great work, As always Emily
Emily the line work is just amazing!!! you always blow me away with your work...
Brilliant, I just want to sit on that stripy chair and listen in on the story:)
This is a great illustration. I love the content, composition, line work, depth, all the detail and so much more.
That looks like a treasure room to me! I would have a field day in there looking through all the stuff.. lucky critters !
What a feast for the eyes here! Love how the bunny seems to somehow make his way (along with his little pal) into these drawings!
This is sensational! I just want to spend the entire day looking at it. In fact, I'd love to hang it in my studio for inspiration!
Sensationally well done! I love the intense detailing and the design quality of this piece.www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com
I love this illustration. Your concept is charming and the rendering is so well done. Great job.
Great work and composition.Love all the details
Thanks for stopping by! If you decide to draw squirrels, I would be happy to send people to your blog some Sunday! My squirrels get cranky and won't pose sometimes :-)
Cosy and delightful! Love this!
wow! the details are crazy!! your works are brilliant, great art,love them.
Help! Someone please pick me up off the floor! Honestly, this is AMAZING. I want to study all the little pen strokes and the details and the whimsy. Just when I think you've outdone yourself, you go and do it again. Emily, can you please make this one available as a print? I'd love to hang it!
I like the idea of "cozy" clutter. It's true that it can be comforting!
beautiful work ,love all the details.. our images are kind of similar this week even down to the lighting!
Hi Emily! I'm a first-timer to your blog and I LOVE your illustrations. This one is amazing - I'll be back!:)
Again, thanks everybody for the encouraging words! and to Tessa and Bella, I do sell prints just draw me up an e-mail and I'll get back to you with prices and such!cheers!
Drawing these wonderful little worlds full of detail must give you tremendous pleasure. Your site is a real gem.
Wooah! Gorgeous. I want to just keep looking at this piece.
wow wee, those details and shadings... and golly, those Bunnies!!! :D
Hi, this is a first time viewer here. Enjoy this blog very much. Will come by more.Peace out.
Wonderful!I love the hedgehog with his coffee!
Gotta love your line work! wonderful.
what great work you do! love the little get-together going down in the middle of the clutter
My amidaration to your lovely piece.There are certainly many great thoughts and details behind!Your work show your great enthusiasm in art.Very encouraging and enlightening.I feel like playing "hide & seek here."And also having a second adobe here.
Just a word : Wonderful !As usual :)
This is fantastic! Charming and amazingly detailed. It's great that you post 'close ups' and the post itself can be viewed larger, definately an image to stare at for a while to appreciate everything :)
Hi EmilyYou've got a huge fan club, congrats! Love this new illo too - as usual :-)Astrid
OMG! this illo is fantastic! awesome clutter! love the perspective and all the tiny details!1Q: how much time do you spend on a piece like this?!?! wow!
um this one took about 6 hours... from sketch to finish... its the shading and filler that takes the bulk of the time.
Waaahhhhhwww! That's some gorgeous clutter. And of course the adorable bunnies and hedgie are right in the thick of things. They sure do look cozy! Wonderful stuff!
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