Friday, October 28, 2005

Illustration Friday

He Suddenly Remembered the Ticket

Haven't entered the Illustration Friday for a week or two. Work has been very busy and all of Fridays in the office are now focused on internal story development.

These are very busy, very productive days.

The Illustration Friday theme for today is "Broken." Hoping to not fall into the obvious hole this topic presents, my post is about breaking out, not being broken and despairing.

Despairing never fixed one broken thing.

14 comments:

Rick Lovell said...

I took a similar route with mine this week...this is wonderful, very mysterious and intreaguing.

Anonymous said...

This is lovely ... the charcoal look makes it mysterious, love the boat on the cloud :)

Dennis west said...

great imagery and message! I really like your drawing style in this and the other things that are on your site. Great job!

Giles said...

Lovely drawing...cool site too. Glad I found it.

angelique said...

I find this picture both atmospheric and intriguing. Nice post, as well.

The Unknown said...

Nice message and great illustration.
love

Corrine Nelson said...

Very nice!

carla said...

This is beautiful and fanciful, but especially, it is so hopeful! I like your positive approach to the topic. I also opted to look at it as unbroken rather than broken. Beautiful!

frgodbeyjr said...

Very nice Cory. I like the little sail boat floating by. True comments on despair. Dad

Mick said...

All of your illustrations have a charming warmth to them, even those rendered in cool colors. I love the concept of the little sailboat breaking out of it's grey world on a swell of clouds! Lovely.

Caroline said...

Magical!

Steam Crow Press said...

I always enjoying seeing your work. Thanks for posting again.

Holly said...

Well I like the breaking out idea for sure. I love this piece. Well done!

Toni said...

your work is always wonderful Cory.
I at first did do something very negative but after a few days deleted it out. Never again will i do that.
replaced it with something more positive.
What I am trying to say is that you are an inspiration and i love seeing your work