Tuesday, August 12, 2008

I.F.: Flying Lessons (Sail)

This illustration was created for a Children's Story about the value of not giving up and continued perseverance to attain your goals. A young bird is learning to fly and learns something new from each of his failed attempts. Eventually he is able to fly due to his stamina toward the lessons.
15 X 20" Acrylics on Illustration board

12 comments:

Katie said...

Very wonderful illustration. Love the perspective view and the originality.

johanna said...

this is beautiful! love the depth, lines and wonderful colors!

Juan said...

great piece!

m.scott said...

Very good composition. I really like your work, it has a great stylistic quality to it.

Kelly Medina said...

I really like the perspective and beautiful detail. Nicely done!

Dada's place said...

Wow! Your work is so great! The children's story sounds interesting too. Wonderful, wonderful illustration!

LudaChristian said...

awesome!

INDIGENE said...

Strong and beautiful imagery!

www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com

Kristi Valiant said...

Wow, I just looked through your blog and your murals are amazing. I love the jungle ruins, the space room, the dragon wall, the pirate map bedroom... they're all so well done.

lil kim said...

this is FANTASTIC! great perspective, wonderful piece.

Curious Art said...

You're back! Yay! I love the slate on the tree.

Anonymous said...

Right friggin on Greg. I'm assuming this is Ben's brother right? I'm truly impressed and appreciative and wish you all the luck.

-jeremy frazee