Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Illustration Friday: Undone

While I was doing this drawing for Illustration Friday, my daughter Carenza did this one......This reminds me of when my younger brother used to sneakily untie my shoe laces when I was watching TV, or if I was really engrossed in a programme, he'd tie them together!

13 comments:

alex fine illustration said...

I like your line work. Your daughters drawing is good too!

April Jarocka said...

Two very nice illos...though I love Carenza's more Jessie....(oops) Looks like she has mummy's illustrating gene..best of the seasons wishes to you and yours...
Love
April

Jessie said...

Thanks Alex :)
Thanks April...I think ;)

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Cute mother-daughter art-making!

Gavin Goo said...

Love the idea and the linework. :)

rolly said...

I love them both!

April Jarocka said...

Ah!!! I've just noticed her dress unravelling!!! ha ha ha ha. Love it.
Well done both of you!

Jessie said...

Thanks! :)

k.h.whitaker said...

sweet, they are both great, wish my kids were young enough to want to draw one too, I really miss that

Evangelina Prieto said...

I send my hug from across the ocean and a 2010 full of good things for you and yours ...
Thanks for sharing so much of inspiration and magic.

Doodlestreet said...

Haha! These are fantastic!! I didn't know if you would go back to my site and see the comment I left you so I'll post it here!

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Thank you so much Jessie...very sweet of you. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas as well! Merry Ho Ho!!xo

ruthie said...

jessie thats an excellent interpretation of the word, i love your daughters one too. Also loved all the beautiful snowy pictures below, it snowed here too, and it doesn't often do that being so close to the sea, so exciting for us! my poor christmas tree fairy is much more worse for wear than yours, every year i promise to give her a makeover. wishing you a magical christmas and a wonderful new year x x

Perpetual Chocoholic said...

I can definately relate to the first drawing. And the second that you're daughter did, only it was my Uncle that used to tie my laces together and put knots in my hair.