Friday, October 06, 2006

Illustration Friday: "Trouble"


Trouble? or not.

20 comments:

woody said...

I always thought the little man was a squirrel! Either way, if you're going down, might as well make the journey pleasant!

Heffalump said...

What a good Idea. This little guy really is in trouble! How is he goign to get dowm? I really like the rain effect .. and how you used the lines to resemble rain. Very Nice.

Gwen said...

*pipes up from back of the classroom* uh, cory i really don't think that's possible. i mean, it's kind of as bad as the tree growing out of the dragon's back. can't you get it right man??

;-)

oh and i think there might have been something on your car when i left....

Marion said...

How funny, I've seen your drawing before but me myself being a pianist never had the idea there was someone playing the piano on the roof! Fun!

Anonymous said...

music is more important than life
:D

murphy girl said...

i love this drawing, it's one of my fave's of yours!

Seth Hippen said...

I'm sure he's playing his opus. What a wonderful illustration! FAN-tastic!

Anonymous said...

Amazing image, makes you think.

Chase Blankenship said...

Yay flood!

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Such a wonderful sketch, and it really made me smile! Thanks for sharing it.

Jeannette said...

Sweet drawing.

Michelle Lana said...

beautiful work!

tusen said...

I've always wanted to say that I like this drawing, so thanks for putting it down here :)

Muffin said...

Ooow :D I love it. That's such a clever idea. I love the piano and just how calm he is. Very nice job, it fits very well with the medium. (:

eMiLY said...

nice. very nice.
i like it a bunch!

:o) Crissy said...

Wonderful!

Shiho Nakaza said...

I love the ambiguity of this piece - the pianist is surely troubled, but still dedicated to his art! He'll be in bigger trouble if he was playing an electric keyboard :-P

Cory said...

Hey, thank you everyone for commenting~

Ted said...

Awesome. I love the nonchalance and the dedication of the pianist.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that's lovely, very striking emotion there!