Monday, April 14, 2008

IF- Fail

Fail or success?
Choose what you see, does she success in learning how to wear her own socks, or fail because it didn't match.. :') Yes, a little bit of parenting things again :D. May we be blessed to see from the eyes of a child..


and by the way... I never though drawing a realistic child leg is quite difficult, maybe I should learn again to draw human anatomy.. :D, I have to erase the sketch again and again to finally find this result.. phew!

13 comments:

pupu said...

As for me its a success. :D They look cute when they are trying hard to put their socks on and come to show it to us and said," Mama, I did it!". haha. I love this illustration. It reminds me of my lil brother when he tries to put his shoes on. Good luck with drawing human anatomy. :) Have a nice Monday. :D

Loni Edwards said...

A lovely idea! She has a success in my eyes! I believe you on the child's leg. I too find it difficult at times to draw humans. I am much more in my comfort zone with cute little animals. Nice illo!

shannonjyl said...

wow, very nice. i love the way you captured the baby legs!

andi butler said...

this is absolutely totally adorable!! and so well done!

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NANCY LEFKO said...

very sweet...Mr. Mouse likes the sock combination !!

rizal said...

love your illo. i would choose...success!! hey, it does look quite fashionable too in that way. :)

sketched out said...

All your hard work paid off, the legs look adorable and very well done and the little mouse looks very amused by the whole thing.

Also, I like how you juxtaposed success and fail. Great job, Gina!

Kate said...

Your hard work paid off - this is great. I love her chubby little legs!

johanna said...

very very cute! love the colors and the mouse in the background is a nice added touch

Jess said...

Lovely drawing - you've got the cute chubbyness of the legs perfectly! One of my daughters is now 19 and wears odd socks on purpose! ;)

rbaird said...

I think she's made a perfect choice! The legs turned out great!

http://www.robertabaird.blogspot.com

Bee said...

Great drawing and fantastic use of colour, think you've captured this perfectly.

Emila Yusof said...

As always, a very very good illo! I like this a lot!