Sunday, December 11, 2011

Illustration Friday: Separated

Hibernating fox, pen, watercolor & acrylic ink on watercolor paper, 7 x 10", 2011.
This hibernating fox is separated from the winter weather; he's snuggled up in his warm burrow.

Here's a close up of the fox since it didn't photograph so well:
I hope everyone is staying warm too! It hasn't snowed in Philadelphia since late October, but it's finally gotten cold enough again for some of the white stuff.


Update! (1/6):
 Here is a nice scanned version... the colors are much better than my photos:
Look for prints soon!

22 comments:

  1. This was a great idea for "separated"! I'm loving your illustrations and your blog :)

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  2. oh my god...I want himmmm <3 Can I name him!?!

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  3. I like the composition, color and subject. Very nicely done.

    That is one cozy fox. A fantastic mr. fox, I dare say. Wes Anderson would be so proud.

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  4. please please start making prints. pretty please?? :) i would totally pay you money for this. it's adorable!!

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  5. Thanks everyone!

    Emily: What's his name??
    Gretchen: Maybe I'll be set up late January/ early February??
    Mr Pingk: I'd rather make Roald Dahl proud!

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  6. You know, there's a girl who lives in S. Philly that does have a pet fox... ARE YOU HER?!

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  7. All I want in life is a pet fox! This is adorable and cosy and adorable.

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  8. I like this a lot. Wish I could be a fox and hibernate :)

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  9. Oh Sarah...absolutley perfect.

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  10. Lovely warm yellow, great texture, wonderful idea.

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  11. lovely fox... sweet and beautiful colours....

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  12. Sara,

    This is gorgeous. What a wonderful feeling you've created. Great design and colour.

    Take care,

    Barbara

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  13. This is so great! The colors are beautiful...very nicely done!

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