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    Children's illustration



    I haven't posted here in a little while so I thought I would share a new illustration done for a children's product. I hope you enjoy it.

    Phil

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    Itīs really nice, perfect for a childrenīs book. The colors and details create a beautiful scene.

    Iīve seen your artwork before, and itīs great!

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    thanks Cassandra, your comments are appreciated

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    Thumbs up

    I'd visited your site...
    Your forest, colors and more are verry beautyfull!

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    thanks much giusep

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    I'm blown completely away by your stuff.

    I especially like the repeating curly Q's and vibrant colors in this piece.

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    what a great compliment...thanks sularia

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    I'm just chiming in... it's perfect for a childrens' book!

    :blue:

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    thanks Jester....just a little change of pace from the "concept art" seen here ( and that I normally do at the studio I work at). I was chuckling all the way to the end of the painting

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    Great Illustration pstraub

    I wish I could jump in there for a while and just hang out.

    Well done

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    Very nice. Great style and use of colors. Reminds me a lot of Alice in Wonderland.

    "You are not special. You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake. You are the same decaying organic matter as everything else." - Tyler Durden
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    Thanks Glenn and Gr8t100.

    I have a few more like this in the works...I look forward to showing them soon

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    Hey philip!

    You did great piece here. I already posted reply on the pic at gfx but this one just inspire. You didnt got into much details and pic now looks clean and eyecandy, specialy for kids. They'll love the little caterpillar and butterfly fellows.
    I have only one suggestion to this picture. Imho I would give to the butterfly and cpillar also some more characteristic, cartoony faces so that they could show some of their feeling ect.
    Anyway great picture

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    agreed tiger.

    The characters expression could be more "expressive".

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    I like the round swirly things on the stick.

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    cool lost dragon. I almost didn't include the swirlies on the branch..glad I did

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