are you sure this is "wise" (part 6)

To an ant there really isn't much difference in the rooms being upside down - but for a bunny, it's a steep fall from the cellars trap door down to the kitchens former ceiling.

29 comments:

rawtoastdesign said...

your work is always so beautiful :)

Bella Sinclair said...

Clever little bunny. I love that impromptu harness! All of a sudden, the kitchen seems really, really tall. *gulp*

Emily, you are incredible!

Emily said...

indeed! hihi :) it's because bunnes are so very short!

Ellen said...

Fabulous work! >sigh<

Loni Edwards said...

Wow! Your work is inspiring! Such detail, I love it!

Mark Cavell said...

Another fantastic cliff (kitchen) hanger.
I love the store room stalegmites, genius.
All wonderfully drawn as per.

thinker said...

Balentyne looks worried:)

Fadas & C.ª said...

Great work! As always...

Sara said...

Beautiful composition and "wise" use of the dark and light areas. It looks perfect to me!

Danyell said...

You know, I always love drawings of piles of things. :)

Cock Yer Doodle said...

wow, this is terrific!

tusen said...

Emily, the series of Dante and Zoe is wonderful. I love both the intricate illustrations and the story itself. I can't wait for more :)

fandi said...

this. is. very. nice.

whoa!

yoon see said...

Your cute bunny is so daring here and I think he is wise in his own way....Wow, you use the IF word plays of wise, vacant, sugary, canned.....and in your illo here also emsembles those qualities:)
Keep up your good effort emila!
Have a Merry Merry Mood ^^

Ann Marie said...

Great work on the Dante and Zoe story and illustrations!! You have a talent for making the characters so life-like that the reader empathizes with them. You chose a great place in the story for an illustration, too. Brave bunny. I hope Dante gets his carrots! :)

Danyell said...

Thanks for coming by my blog. I'm flattered. ^^

Sara said...

Du är grym! jag blir så impad av dina teckningar. Älskar alla detaljer och strukturer...

Meridth Gimbel said...

Fantastic as usual!

SENTA said...

Your work is so amazing! It blows my mind!

Mary said...

The bunny doesn't read enough horror stories....never go in the basement (or food cellar)! Oh, dear, I feel bad things are coming. Love the drawing of the cellar.

Curious Art said...

Splendid as always in conception & execution! Those stalagmites! (Or are they upside-down stalactites?) Well they're wonderful, as is the harness & the dubious Balentyne looking on...

dani torrent said...

Your graphic style is amazing, and you illustration really wise.

Bee said...

Wonderful detail again and light and dark contrast here. What scale do you draw your originals at? Enjoying the story and the bunny adventures :)

Jess said...

Beautifully drawn!

kathy hare said...

Oh Emily, Dante is so brave!

another beautiful image ..

-J.Meyer said...

Go Bunny, Go!! =)
Sure its wise, the bunny is wise! ;)
all hail bunnies!

As allways your line work is fantastic. Nice balance of pattern, white and dark to keep the eye from going nuts.

sketched out said...

Yes, I agree, Bunnies are brave and wise. Bunnies are the unsung heroes of our time!

Continuing to adore this story and gaga over your illos.

yoon see said...

Here is a tag for you Emily:)
http://yoonsee.blogspot.com/2008/11/ive-been-tagged-by-emila-yusof.html

Eric Barclay said...

Brilliant line work. Love your style!