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Saturday, July 12

IF: Fog



Splish. Splash. The only sound that could be heard in the fog was the sound of his make-shift pole pushing his lily boat through the water. Like a beacon in the night, Mr. Firefly’s light guided Norton through the gray darkness. The fog was chilly and moist, and soon his coat was covered in tiny dew drops of water, that shook when he shivered.
“’Tis not much farther now!” shouted Mr. Firefly, “not much farther at all!”

Illustration Friday is a weekly creative outlet/participatory art exhibit for illustrators and artists of all skill levels. It was designed to challenge participants creatively. We believe that every person has a little creative bone in their body. Illustration Friday just gives a no-pressure, fun excuse to use it. No clients looking for a particular thing. No one judging the outcome of the work. It's a chance to experiment and explore and play with visual art. So welcome, novices and pros alike.

11 comments:

Digital Scott's Illustrationblog said...

A beautiful scene! Well done.

NANCY LEFKO said...

this is so sweet...I just love it...the text is perfect too....

Bella Sinclair said...

Wow, what a delightful and beautiful illustration! Looks like part of a wonderful adventure story.

-J.Meyer said...

What a lovely atmosphere, nice glow from the fire fly. I love the idea of a mouse on a lily pad!!
Fantastic.

Jennifer

Roberta said...

Wow! Your illustration draws the reader right in to the story!
Fabulous work!

Sarah Ackerley said...

great composition. Love the glowing quality of the colors.

Loni Edwards said...

Oh this is lovely! Nice work!

theartofpuro said...

How sweet and wonderful job,it's magical

kathy hare said...

so beautiful..

life without novacaine said...

Cutest little mouse I ever did see. Love your colors and painting style.

sketched out said...

I absolutely love this, ooooohhhh sooo cute and the bit of story so intriguing. I want more!