Hi Emily!Thank you very much for your new year wish to me!...Very beautiful drawing as always, and the story is also great.I just wonder...how long dose it take for you to draw each of this very beautiful piece? :)
I love the way you draw. Great, engaging characters and wonderful details. Even though the work is black and white, the warmth and emotion really comes through. Really beautiful work.
Same here. Your works are always fascinating and beautiful!Thanks Emily, I really enjoy dropping by here:)
Very nice, can't wait to see the Island of the Birds! Great to have regular posts from you again.
My dear Emily, you are creating a masterpiece before our very eyes and you are a master. Truly awe inspiring.
wow! this is great! and such detail!
The detail in your work is so attractive and intriguing. I love searching through each line.
I know that you already know it, but I love both your drawings and the story.As always I can't wait for more.
Emily, you are a feast for the eyes! I love blowing it up and admiring each and every pattern you've embedded in here. Wow!Oh, oh, oh. Poor jellyfish. He's so...flat. He served them well, but now he's gone and that makes me very, very sad. Is that Bjornik still on my tail, that little rascal? ;) You should check out his amazing works. You two have so much in common!
WUOW! i LOVE this drawing... It's sooo beautiful
Such heart warming comments! Thank you all!And to flowergirl, each of these drawings takes around 7-12 hours to draw depending on their size and complexity. cheers!Em
Way cool textures and shapes. I love the jumble of it. This is fascinating to look at, and I imagine they're really fun to make.
Me too! :))
Thank you!!!Your header is wonderful!
This is superb! From the massive ink detailing to the 3-D effect in the background. Very nice work!
*RE*Omg Im all giddy to actually hear from you, Im a big fan of your work ^^ <3I'm taking the camera with me everywhere if I can, but today it seems I misplaced the lid to the objective so Im a bit scared to take it anywhere so the objective doesn't get damaged -.- It's like I've scanned every millimetre of the house and it's nowhere to be found! Like there's a ghost hiding around who took it! But the camera itself is actually not that heavy I must say :) Quite light compared to most other models!
It just amazes me how much patience you have to complete these pieces with all their intricate and stunning line work.
I adore and admire your work. Your use of line is exquisite and your imagination superb!
Another lovely illustration Emily, and great storytelling too. Will you be releasing a whole volume of this? You should be coz it would be great having one! Such a feast for the eyes.By the way, I can't remember how I shifted to illustration and painting. All I can remember was I didn't earn for almost a year. It was not easy though.Now, where is lovely Bella? Hmmm.. I hope Zoe didn't let her hide in her jar.:)
Love your lines and story too. I like how the illo grows through the borders.
another exciting episode! Pity about the jelly fish... :( poor fella!But oh, who's this new small voice?? I can't wait to find out! :D
Ben tornata! Fantastic work! Really fantastic.
Amazing as always!
wonderful, drawing and words : )
this is cool on so many different levels!
Beautiful lines and intricate details!
Wow! Amazing detail - so interesting to look at close up - love all the patterns you create.
Dear Emily , I received a blog award that I'd like to pass on to you. Also I invite you to a game! look at my blog for details :)
Hi Emily, here is an award for you my dear friend.Hope you are fine and having the most creative productive weeks ahead!!!!!http://yoonsee.blogspot.com/2009/04/queen-of-blogs.html
Emily, just stopping by to say hello and having seconds with your beautiful creations.
i love this illustration! beautiful linework and detail! the story was captivating as well.
oh Heavens Emily!!!! I so miss you and your work....I love the cherry blossoms....we are a bit behind here but I can't wait for everything to come to life!!!So great to hear from you....and happy to hear your are so busy!!!HugsDiana
Exquisite! I love your line work Emily!
Dang, I've not been able to do much visiting lately and miss your story most of all!This particular installment is especially poetic. The way you describe Jellyfish's death and the corresponding image leaves me breathless.
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