Sunday, December 11, 2005

Book Lover

Also "Chair" for Illustration Friday.
Let's start the week off with a book.

copyright Donnachada Daly 2005
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15 comments:

W.MEANS said...

Yes I really like this one.

Aurelie said...

She look so much into her book... like if the world around her could fall appart and she wouldn`t even notice it... and all this without facial expression! waow: we`re talking about ultimate body language here!
I love the drawings you`re doing with this line technique :0

monday-morgue said...

awesome, I've seen that chair before, it's hanging in the lobby of the standard hotel.

Elliot said...

This is particularly good Don.
Very fine illustration.
You know - these would make interesting sculptures.
Get thyself a coathanger and a pair of pliers.

St John Street said...
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Kyle Marshall said...

LOVE your site. The line work is amazing.

Josh Parpan said...

Really great! I love the monster posts below!

donnachada said...

Thanks W.

Cheers Aurelie, thanks for the comments. You're right, body language is the key element.

Morgan, I want one of those chairs :)

Elliot, I didn't think of that. Mind you, sometimes I want to take a pliers to the computer.

Yes it is St. John.

Thanks Kyle.

Hey Josh, more monsters to come. Glad you dropped by.

Roz Foster said...

Your work is so elegant. I'd love a chair like that to read in! (Not to mention the legs . . . .)

Natura said...

You're line is so exquisite :)

Seth Russell said...

Wow really great! Can't wait to see more!

Rectite23 said...

Reminds me of me reading a dean koontz book, As always beautiful work!

Shishany said...

Lovely..

Don said...

I am SO intrigued by your minimal line drawings over the past couple months. I am planning (hopefully this year sometime) to do some excersizes in this technique. It shows just how little is needed to make the illustration work. Very inspiring.

carolyn said...

Great work! Truly the definition of "less is more."