1. The elusive cow snail, a tiny gentle creature rumored to appear during the summer solstice.
2. Roger, a Beetle Liaison. It’s a posh appointment – he spends a lot of time in fancy drawing rooms eating finger foods.
3. And a mushroom sprite. Her name is Angela.
Hello, Paint Party Friday! (a wee bit late) These cards were made for a People of the Garden Swap at illustratedatcs.com. Thanks for stopping in!
Such delightful and colorful art, Cindy. Happy weekend!
Your art is so much fun. Detailed and imaginative. I love the colors and the detail. Just wonderful!
I love the sense of fun that you have in your work… it is polished and beautiful but it retains a sense of wonder… fabulous
Super imaginative little critters. So cute.
These are so cute. I think the snail is my favorite.
These are so adorable!!!
What a wonderful collection of creatures you have here!
such wonderful pieces
i so enjoyed seeing the process photos
so creative and fun!
Your imagination is unbelievable! You should write and illustrate books … Love Roger and his long nose and chiselled face :-)
Extraordinary! Love these fanciful new little people….the details and personalities really come thru. I love them…..my new favorites!
Is it wrong that I want a cow snail for a pet? Okay, technically, I don’t really – I want THAT cow snail as a pet. It is ADORABLE!
Also, I’ve started a new game when I look at your progress pics. It’s called Guess the Copic. LOL. I’m sure I’m mostly wrong, but it’s still fun to play. :D
My favorites so far Cindy!
How creative, and I love the little stories that go along with each one! Linking up with Paint Party Friday waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥
Oh, these are great! New characters! I like the open air background. Gives a very different atmosphere, more like illustrations that go with a story. And a real outside feeling!
Oh Cindy, I love these. Little garden creatures are so cute. I actually watch Tinkerbell movies with my daughter because I think the little fairies and the cute way animators incorporate the real sized garden into fairy things is so darn charming. Lovely work!
So good Cindy! REally imaginative and chock full of personality. Rodger is especially wonderful:)