Feb 5, 2012

IF: suspense


illustration friday: suspense

19 comments:

Roma Gutierrez said...

Love their expression. Very nice, i like the characters, the colouring and the textures

roberto A. said...

OH, Very good work!
I love the color you use for your artwork, very personal,
detail: the shadow of the cup on the tablecloth: a delicacy :)

Roland Prinsler said...

This is nice because it looks strange and some kind of weird: The colours, the expressions on the faces...

Rod MacGregor said...

I like this...the suspense on their faces is hilarious!

Katarzyna Zalewska said...

Great idea :)))

Sandra van Doorn said...

I absolutely love your thinking ! This is suspense indeed and all the same hilarious!

Cindy D. said...

Haha, this is great! I love their startled expressions. Not scared exactly, more confused and maybe amazed. Nicely done!

Jen Appel said...

Well done! A great way to interpret suspence

Kitty Kilian said...

Ha ha, well done!

Elisabeth said...

Nice! I love the collage elements.

Laurel said...

I love their expressions and the idea is wonderful!

johbont said...

het gebrek aan perspectief en sobere kleurgebruik versterken inderdaad de plaat/

het licht staat vrij rechte lijn boven de tafel, je zou ook een schaduw van de theepot verwachten, gezien het zwevende kopje er ook 1 heeft

prachtige werk

017 said...

haha geweldig die verbaasde gezichtjes inclusief opstijgende koontjes.
mooie tinten dat oudroze en bruin en het geweven tafelkleed

andrea said...

Always cool!

Purpletreebird said...

Love it!
Jess x

Isabelle said...

Haha this is hilarious, and so lovely (colors, texture AND idea!!) You'r sooo good!!!

I love all your red cheek people, and these two are a perfect match, watching that magical coffee pot serving them... you sure know how to create suspense, my friend!!:) Well done miss, well done!!

Carole said...

Now wouldn't that be interesting first thing in the morning?

Anne Onsøien said...

Ha ha, really cool illustration! Love it!

Melissa Mackie said...

Great concept Nelleke. I like your use of shadow and highlights,