Nice work. Cool palette on this one.
oh this is an amazing art work, Ana ! Love this very much !
Beautiful job! Love how you've allowed her the chance to float so gracefully! :o)
Very cool illustration!
Beautifully stylish, with a hint of Egon Shiele too?xx
I haven't noticed it before Jessie, but maybe there's some subconscious reference to Egon Shiele there too. I really like his work :)
que bueno que esta ana!...me gustaron esos colores tambien
Ana I enjoy going to ur blog. Your 'soaked' illustration is very good and your anatomy is very well done.
Hya heya ana! I'm always up for a little PRB! Don't you love the preraphaelites and i t's a crackup one of them ran off with John Ruskin's missus! Unless you were John Ruskin of course :(Oh you've captured the otherworldiness of this, the bird is a magical touch, and she really is floating, isn't she/D'you happen t o like the Lasy of Shallot by any chance :)
ahh I forgot to click the follow up buttons!
Wow, I adore this!brienna
I love your style!!
yeah, this is my thing!!!!!i feel like there is a distinct odor to imminent death! LIKE THIS ALOT.thumbs-up mode: ON:D
Me encanta!Entre tretrico y natural.Es ese un Quetzal?
Muy bueno, y con ese fondo gana mucho el dibujo. Me interesa saber cómo lo has hecho...
Hey, now what was I going to say? Oh your English is always perfect! Sublimely. It's probably too perfect and makes mine feel bad. But my first language is Australian !Oh I do eyeballs for a living. When a child comes in that is classically beautiful quite often it's because their eyes are set very far apart.Often they have convergence problem (they cannot turn their eyes in because the angle the eyes swing in is larger and they get tired) this causes reading problems for them.So preraphaelite women were probably great for throwing spears but lousy for working in libraries (wish I could spell that hah)thank you for being so complimentary :)see you!
good point on animie. Yep you are right I think, but oit's interesting because baby's are trained to follow eyes and the working end of a mother's breast - which look very similar if things are blurry. So maybe it just says something - that we are all just babies :)
Very provocative! I really like the bird, too.
This is very cool!
Un trabajo increible!!!!!!!!Muuuuuy bueno el color!!!!Saludos!!!!
Great colors and rendering. Your background choice is perfect. I tried to add you to my roll by my job caused me some technical difficulties...always enjoy your style...
wonderful!so subtle and detailed.love the water lines around her body
Preciosas imágenes, nice pictures!Saludos
HELLLOOOOO TO YOU TOOOOOO :Di have seen Jan Švankmajer's, yes, and i liked it! As for Tim Burton's... well, uhmmm... i dunno, i'm not a big fan of him, actually... when i saw his version, i just thought: oh it's so Tim Burton.enough said.
just dropping by to see how you are doing =) Hope all is good with you, Ana ! xoxoxo
Wow, this is powerful! Well done...always good to see your work!
No sé qué me pasó estaba seguro que te había dejado un comentario aquí, incluso la ilustración ya la ví una vez anterior,(creo) pero ahora veo q no hay ningún comentario mío. no sé... lo soñé!!!!me encanta la ilustración!!!!
Ana,Que diseño hermoso!Me encantó todo! rasgos, colores, transparencias y sobre todo la delicadeza con la que se ha hecho!felicitaciones!
Oh my goodness. The way your conveyed her floating in water with just a few lines and a change in color is brilliant! Very haunting and well done!
What a beautiful illustration! I really love your art style! Muy linda!
Ooh macabre and lovely! Very nice!
This is fantastic. So delicate and creepy.
Your work is stunning. This is my favourite, but the Thom and Bowie pictures are just as fantastic!
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