jeudi 25 septembre 2008

Un conteur et quelques fleurs

This is for the prompt of the week at Inspire me Thursday, it was "storyteller". I couldn't not try to make something with this! I almost didn't make it in time, and I almost managed to talk myself out of it because I thought it was too difficult for me but I tried, and drew this while my daughter was doing her homework and sighing a lot beside me.

It's a bit akward but I like it anyway. Especially in this small version where the errors don't show as much!

This I made quickly tuesday evening after a crappy day at work. It says "un peu de douceur dans un monde de brutes", and it means "a little bit of softness in a brutal world". It was the words in a TV add for chocolate, a few years ago : ) It worked, I felt better!


10 commentaires:

john.p a dit…

Love the storyteller! I think it illustrates quite well how they spin a whole world of their own. They're great to listen to and to visit their world.

freebird a dit…

The storyteller is wonderful. I like that she is sitting on a book too. It's nice that you can escape a bad day by drawing and painting.

namesconnie a dit…

Very nice. Liked your storyteller and all the little scenes. And I liked your flowers and quote. Nice to view at this early a.m hour. Sincerely, Connie

Tessa a dit…

Lovely, uplifting paintings. Just can't help but smile!

Monette Satterfield a dit…

I liked your "therapy" piece for the bad day at work. It looks so happy and fun - glad you made it.

susan a dit…

I love your storyteller...you did a great job. Hope your days have gone better for you!

Pea a dit…

Lovely picture .. like the way she sits on the book with a pirate hat flying in air telling all the stories of her travel..

Margaret Ann a dit…

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peachtreeart a dit…

Goodness I so relate to your "a crappy day at work. I'm amazed you can create after a "life's" draining day at work. You inspire me to create because i'm never going to be less "tired."

Lisalou a dit…

What a feel good post! I love it!
Lisa