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The naughty little bunny wants to take off elsewhere but mummy bunny isn't having any of that.  

My entry for Illustration Friday: "Grounded".  The picture shows both meanings which I rather like. I had this idea a few days ago but just had no time to paint it.  I did this one today after doing some work at home and after some downtime I need to finish more work.  I am pretty pleased with how this one turned out.  Painting with watercolours is a great way to relax.

I am trying to finish everything before school but I don't think it's going to be possible.  That said, I am going to finish as much as I can and make the deadlines.   I need to study too before school starts...so much to do...so much to do...

Been thinking a lot about what has happened last year and how I can make this year better financially, physically and mentally. 

Okay...after a breather...back to work!

Comments

  1. This is awesome! Very imaginative. Really nice illustration.

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  2. Martha! I am so glad you stopped by my website because it brought me to YOUR site!! I just love your take on the theme of this week. So perfect.. and the idea is just gorgeous, with the fish bones and the small air balloons: very original and fun way to represent "grounded".

    Yes, totally understand you when you say that there is "so much to do"... always wish we had more hours in a day!! But I am glad you took the time to do this one!! Bookmarking your site!! :))

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  3. This was such a great idea! I love your creativity :)

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  4. This is really excellent. The colors are very striking and the concept very original.

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  5. Strange but very cool. I love that bunny jumping up and down on top. The squad of balloons is really cool, too. Very neat and unique.

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  6. Quirky and fun...just the kind of stuff I like! Well done!! :)

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  7. Great illustration. I love your idea - so original!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment, I really appreciate it!
    I'm off to explore more of your art!
    x

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  8. This is amazing Marta, fascinating and humerous too. Heres to hoping your new years hopes come true for you!

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  9. this is awesome! really well coloured and i love the imaginative theme. love it!

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  10. this is just...STUNNING! absolutely fantastic. it’s my favorite so far.
    xo sandra

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  11. What a fantastic fish- I love it!!!

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  12. Very cool! Love the surrealism and the color scheme! Nicely done! Happy New Year!!!

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