Saturday, June 7, 2008

IF - Forgotten

It was at that moment that Edison realized he had been forgotten.

37 comments:

parisa mahmoudi said...

Don't worry Edison,she will be back!
Nice illo :)

cpinnow said...

Aww, how sad! Great picture though.

Neus said...

Oh, so nice and sweet (and sad). Good take of the topic. Your way of painting is unique, I really like the way you use the greys.

DesigningFairy said...

Oh gosh, no! I do hope the bear has a story of many adventures on his own then.

rbaird said...

Aww.. so that's how they feel.
Really cute illustration.

The Edawg said...

Great drawing, great idea.

Eric Barclay said...

Wonderful.

esque said...

Poor Edison! I'm sure she'll be back, because she'll miss him! Great illo!

Kim & Jane said...

oh, this is just darling... love it! you've created such depth and such a fine narrative too :)
~kim

MayY . C 五月媽媽 said...

Beautiful Pencil artwork!
Poor bear bear!

Sarah Preston-Bloor said...

Lovely composition!

NANCY LEFKO said...

awww....so sad...I hope he gets remembered before it rains.

Lovely illustration !!!

Mim said...

Thanks for stopping by - your illustrations are wonderful, glad to find you (you found me!)

Sharkeysday said...

Awwww! Now I see why you saw my picture! :) Fabulous....great great drawing!

Yara Kono said...

pour Mr. Bear...

Juan said...

Exquisite line work!!

Bee said...

This is just wonderful! Love the scene and your super art work. I considered doing an abandoned teddy and am quite glad I didn't as yours is so good. Thanks for your comment and the story of the nursing home, a very funny but effective strategy!

Alberta & Ava said...

Bella,
I love your style and also your philospophy about sharing art. I read that you too took a long hiatus from making art. If you read my older posts you'll see that I did the same. Why did we do that?!? Life is so much richer when creating is part of it. I'm happy you took pencil in hand again. You're too talented and have too much to share to stop drawing again.

Love,
Alberta

Sherry Rogers said...

Oh my how said! What a wonderful illustration. Love the perspective and how you put the main character (idea) so in the focus!

Random York said...

This is very nice- very poignant! I believe big emotions can be expressed in childlike subjects

Raluca C said...

What an wonderfull illo and message!I always feel for abandoned toys,as something very sad to see...your tedy no less!You made such great illos!!I love your style and the very subtle way you use grey color,I´ll visit your site again!

Sarah Ackerley said...

*sniff* poor Edison. Reminds me of Eduard Tulane

Deborah Ross said...

I just discovered your blog. I love your style! I'll be sure to come back and visit. Great work.

Paul Sears Photography said...

I love your illustrations! Such a great visual style! I do a lot of blog-hopping (if that's the right word) looking for inspiration for my photography - thank you for drawing & posting!!

Faruffa said...

Wonderful and magic!!!

Heather said...

The forgotten toys just make me so sad. I wonder if the bunny in her bag will remind her...

Ava said...

I love the simplicity of your drawings. Just beautiful.

Laurel Neustadter said...

This is very sweet!

INDIGENE said...

Great illustration! At first I thought it was a path of forgotten things.

www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com

Bobo's Slave said...

Beautiful drawing, love how you do the shading. I like the doggie on your baby post too, so cute.

Edrian Thomidis said...

Thanks for stopping by. This piece is great! Your story telling abilities are wonderful. The bunnies really add that extra something and the pencil work is so well done. I really enjoy your work. I have you on my reader, but I will be adding you to my side bar on my blog. :)

Alicia Padrón said...

Beautiful drawing! Wonderful perspective too!

nicole falk said...

sad :0( but beautiful work!

nessadee said...

Poor Edison! I'm sure she'll come back for you. Lovely illustration!

Caroline said...

Oh what a sweet picture!

TattingChic said...

Awww....something tells me that Edison will soon be remembered...and then forgotten again...LOL

ValGalArt said...

even though it's sad, it's beautiful!