Labels: IllustrationFriday, watercolors
posted by Geninne at 7:39 AM
This is beautiful! Love your calendar pages also!
love your colors!
Nice, the swirls remind me of Van Gogh's "Starry night."
That's great. Doesn't look at all like watercolour. So strong and bright. Lot of work in that I imagine.
Beautiful windy heaven!/M
love the swirly wind!
great colors and sky
oo, i love this! so quaint and cheerful and romantic.
This is a great illo.
Wow! A beautiful illustration!
just gorgeous! love the swirly winds!
This is great. Good form, and wonderful color.:)=
This is great, your work is so inspiring, love your calendar as well
I like the free form swirly clouds in contrast to the solid buildings. Wonderful colors!
precioso! me encanta :)
great composition! love it!
geninne this is beautiful!! love it. I agree with the person who commented on the composition - perfectly done. :)
holy molly this is beautiful!
beatufil drawing! love it.
i love it!
Gennine: I think this is my favourite IF piece for Wind so far. I love the wonky composition and the way you draw houses. And the wind, too, of course!
lovely! I really like the contrast between the straight lines of the buildings and the swirls in the sky.
This is stunning, as all your work is. Unfortunately, my Spanish is too poor to read your friend's story, but it still sounds wonderful! Everything in Spanish does!
beautiful... it looks like Valparaiso
Great illustration! And I cruised around your blog for a bit, your calendar is really really good! I love your style.
i love the colours, and the wind too!
I love how you portray the wind its great. It all just blends together i like the little houses too.
This is fantastic! So lively and colorful!
Very beautiful. I'd like to live such a place with these colours - and I'll take the wind too!
The calendar turned out great!! This is such a nice thing to do for your friend. The swirls are magnificent and I love the composition!
Beautiful rendering, Geninne. I always look for your work when I'm scrolling down the IF row.
Love this wind piece. :-)
wow - this is really cool! I love it
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