Friday, December 22, 2006

Illustration Friday: "Peace"

from the third book in my five book series:
The Blue Goblet, book III: The King in the Mountain

pretty peaceful to wake up to.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome!

Anonymous said...

This is great! I'm in love with the giant, the castle and ink's stains.

Just adorable!

Katsta said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!

JoE said...

wow, it blows me away!

AscenderRisesAbove said...

Another gorgeous "peace"

neilornstein said...

lovely work

Cory said...

thank you to everyone

Anonymous said...

such a great world you've created!

Anonymous said...

I'm feeling pacified anyway. I like his nose a lot. And the shingles. And just thought you should know my iBook is named Wolfgang after your water-colors. I thought it a very fitting name.

Anonymous said...

really beautiful.

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

Wonderful! I love the rosy colors too!

Anonymous said...

jhjvzI just love your work!

Anonymous said...

Great piece of imaginative real estate.

Anonymous said...

Very interesting!

Random York said...

Really pleasing to view! Great illustrations!

potatomamma said...

That's amazing! I love love love it =) Let me know when and where the book will be available!
Greetings, and keep it up
Astrid
http://www.PotatoMammaDesign.com

rebecca said...

I have a huge problem and didn't know if you may help me.
I can’t seem to find an easy way to contact Adobe or get any troubleshooting help online.

I am illustrating a book, creating the pages in Illustrator, tracing over my scanned sketch, then filling in with Live Paint on another layer. I have done 16 pages of my book and when I open up my documents the next day, I get an error message
“Can’t open illustration”
ID=-50

Have you ever encountered this. I thought I solved it by changing my printer to Adobe pdf in the print box before working……then the next day I get those messages again.
I am really getting sick over this and would appreciate any help or advice. You seem to share your tips and knowledge I hope you are not offended by my asking you for help.
http://www.thepaintedpear.com/journal/journal.aspx

Cedar said...

Cool beans Cory, I like the way it is progressing.

Irwin Borjas said...

Amazing work