beneath

Beneath the waves things were still as the grave as though the sea had turned to plastic and above the foam and the deep blue brine the mystery thickened respectively.

35 comments:

Stefani Ernst said...

Love your work...specially the bunnies! :)

poppylocke said...

Fantastic idea, design and detail..!

Ces said...

Utterly delightful. Every time I see a drawing of yours I am left wishing I could draw like you... absolutely wonderful, enthralling, fantastic!

theartofpuro said...

Wonderful idea!Great details:)

IVYALLOVER said...

wow your work is amazing - hug fan. Great idea for this weeks topic ♥

Heather said...

amazing. love the details.

Tammie said...

sad, so sad how we have cared for life beneath the waves. Your art is wonderfully creative with a depth of meaning within the lines.

Linda Hensley said...

Love your line work. Very nice all the way around!

Missy said...

Fantastic, great illustration.

Holly said...

Just perfect! Love everything about this :)

SKIZO said...

WOW
Great
good
creations

Junko Miyakoshi said...

This is just amazing! You keep WOWing me every time!
I wonder how many circles there are on the octopus..!
I love it :D

Cheers,
Junko

spindelmaker said...

Wow, Emily! Wow!
Wow!
I love this! The tentacles going greek is just superb!

Ana said...

really cool, love the details :)

Sara said...

Oh my deario - just love your octopus and his pipe like arms!

Francisco Martins said...

Hey Emily, how r you doing?
Whoa, this piece is really cool. love the concept and the composition. The text is pretty awesome as well. ;)

Cheers from Lisbon

F.

ale balanzario said...

Fantastic!!

tusen said...

you know I just love your intricate illustrations :)

Xovika said...

Amazing shapes ...

Mundo Mundaca said...

My God!.. the one what will happen with Dante and Zoe... do they run danger?
I hope they leave that well.. and their friends also.
Tell me more than it will happen in this adventure.
Kisses for you Zoe and Dante.
yasmin :)

P.S.tahnkou for you words.

Björnik said...

You truly are an inspiration Emily. Until now, I'm still learning how you put together all these patterns. I love the way you choose the hierarchy of lines and how you create contrast.

jazzlamb said...

The details on the octopus! Oh, it's you and your details, the beautiful details! The composition is so nice, I had to look for a long time to let all the details sink in:)

Bethany Hissong said...

Your drawings are addictive!! I want to go exploring in them. Fantastic lines.

Bella Sinclair said...

Whoaaaa, so uber cool! Wow, love the intricacy of his arms and all the angles to the wave. Never considered an ocean wave having angles before, but it is AWESOME! And those critters! Those critters made me giggle, they're so fantastic. Love the little alligator-like dude. Emily, you are incredible!

yoon see said...

Superb and awesome gravy moment here!
My heart are connecting with your stories here, I am reading and admiring each part of the extracts. Just so beautiful and it has captured my heart!

justdoodleit said...

Such a fabulous octopus!

Mary Hall said...

wow - amazing work!!

Son of Incogneato said...

Luvlee.
- Son

konvalia said...

Hello again.
I just saw this and I immediately thought about you: http://www.arthousecoop.com/projects/sketchbookproject

I really think about participating myself as well;))
***

lovely work as always!!!
hello from Valencia!

Amanda Dilworth said...

fantastic illustration Emily, lots of wonderful detail and so much going on in the illustration.

joseph's art and stuff said...

so good to see this, yet another adventure done in such great detail. thanks for the comments and some day i want to enjoy a Guinness from its true origins!

chocolatecoveredgummiebears said...

Your work is so pleasing to the eye. Well thought out, well designed and executed!

Amy C said...

wow this is so beautiful Emily.
I love the texture of the octopus, incredible.

dthaase said...

great character and line work

Peter Breese said...

Magnificent Emily, really beautiful work.