Monday, August 6, 2007

IF- Missing




What I have in mind is Hansel and Gretel in Indonesian version, they wear batik and sarong, and instead of finding the house made from cookies and candies, they find a forest full of 'gulali' (cotton candy), Hansel tracing the road with corn that he use to feed his chickens, what they find in that house deep in the forest? You decide... :D

Oh.. by the way, I think I should change the name into Handoyo and Gunawati.... har har har...

Me draw too...


And Mika insist to draw too, it's 8 a.m. right after she's awake, nice companion.. :)

12 comments:

newgiraffecity said...

love this --- Nice to be able to work with your child too.

thefridayfrog said...

lovely! i really like the brighter greens, the elephant ears leaves, that pop out and the swirly trees! how WONDERFUL you have another artist at your house! a very nice companion, indeed! :)

Tina Vaziri said...

This is wonderful! I adore your trees and all of the bright colors!

illustrations by doni said...

owwwww...i like the indonesian version much better then the english version. the swirly pink gulali tress are my favorite!

Focus_ret said...

Delightful adaptation. I like the eyes in the trees.

tofusquirrel said...

ADORABLE!!!!!! I love watching little kids paint. They are so unpredictable!

Paola said...

Wow!!! I'd love reading your Indonesian version!
The illustration is great, and your lovely girl enjoying art too :)

Emila Yusof said...

Hahaha Gina! Lawak sekali kamu! I love the Indonesian's own Hansel & Gretel. The name Handoyo & Gunawati fits them well! Great job, Gina!

zari.ZHM said...

this is so cute...i love these characters more than the classical ones...the trees and the hiden little eyes are a great toucht!

+ what an adorable companion you have!

imwithsully said...

The trees are like candy. Love them!

kaklong said...

mika will grow up with such creative hands =)

mike r baker said...

Super cute! I love this!