marshmallow party...

Experimenting a bit with doing the line work with ink pens and some water colors… I am not sure yet… what do you think?

18 comments:

damon said...

i like

bobo said...

Everything looks more outstanding, good try!

Josh (musarter) said...

That turned out great. I always like your characters and the color turned out really nice too.
I also really thought the "island" was cool.

kathy hare said...

beautiful Emily, love the colours..

sketched out said...

Ooooo, I like the autumnal colors... and bunnies, got to have the bunnies. The little dude needs to watch his thumpers though... and how cute is it that your bunnies have a dog?

Bella Sinclair said...

The colors are fantastic! It adds so much beauty, but I also like the pure black and white pieces. Poor little bunny toes!

Mary said...

I think the colors are wonderful! Love the little orange lanterns. I wish I could join the party!

Bee said...

Love this, what a captivating scene and the colours really invite you in :)

Jess said...

Looks a bit painful -haha!
It's absolutely gorgeous. The medium works beautifully :)

Juan said...

Fantastic Emily!!

TrüSka said...

MORE! MORE! MORE! : )

steve said...

i really like this mixed media combo here - the organic with the digital. A very beautiful illo!

Ces said...

Good heavens, I have not been here for a while. Your work is magnificent!

yoon see said...

Well, what to say.....
Another great piece, this time adorned by colours.

Love your experiment mediums too....continue your great effort.
Yaah, sometime may be we are not sure yet....but after a few attempt, it can tell, Emily.

Your bunnies are having a great conversation (Cool clique)
and contented within this flower chic secluded adode, which to me simply a fantasic dream house.
The lanterns here bring in so much attention to the drawing...
Thanks:)

Paola said...

Absolutely lovely!
Enjoy experimenting Emily, the results are wonderful :)

k. borcz said...

WOW! I like the composition and the use of colors. Your work reminds me of woodblock prints.

PotatoMamma said...

mmmm rabbit stew. not! Lol and it's still smiling too. This piece is fab again - love the fairytale like flowers, how they seem to be moving because they're so organic. Also very beautiful colors.

-J.Meyer said...

Its interesting but I think this version of color worked better on the white background. Like a busy bee is quite lovely!! =)

If your trying for a sorta dark scary feel maybe a brown for the background like the dark behind the rock or the sorta dark brown in the back of Like a busy bee..?
The grey isn't really helping your beautiful line work (it isnt hurting it either).