K = Killer Whale
So, as I mentioned last week, I found a new illustration challenge through my PiBoIdMo group called Doodle Day. For the month of December, they are drawing aquatic creatures for each letter of the alphabet. I began on December 2nd with "B." Honestly, with the normal holiday craziness (I actually went to the same store 3 times in 24 hours & returned an item TWICE before I got it right!!), I didn't expect to get much past "B." But I've really found these to be fun!! So I've squeezed them in whenever I could. (I was working on the jellyfish until 11:30pm Tuesday night!!) I admit I've missed a couple, & know I'll miss several this weekend, & several more after that.......
J = Jelly Fish
But I'm really liking some of these quirky guys..................and I think I need to make more...............
D = Dogfish
What do you think? You can see the rest of the series thus far on my Facebook Page
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Loving your aquatic alphabet! That killer whale definitely has a killer smile!! :) Keep 'em coming!ReplyDelete
Very cute. I like the expressions on their faces :)ReplyDelete
Hehe! I love that dogfish!ReplyDelete
I'm wondering if the jelly fish and dogfish are related!ReplyDelete
I noticed you never draw miserable and unhappy animals. They always seem so giddy and glee. And funny. I like that.ReplyDelete
Your jelly fish reminds me of that giant jelly fish tank at the Monterey aquarium. It's amazing. Ever seen it?
Quirky is ALWAYS good (Henny sez so). Yes--make more!ReplyDelete
These are great, what a great challenge and keep going!! They help you hone your skills and you'll have a great book of images at the end, all in your unique, vibrant style. Love the jellyfish, feel there is a story there, why is she so uncertain? Dogfish, too -- a dog dream to be a fish? Love them.ReplyDelete
Good job! That's a fun challenge.ReplyDelete
The jellyfish is my favourite... he seems to be illuminating the water around him! Ted, I have seen that jellyfish tank at Monterey! Good luck with the Christmas shopping Mit, and Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
Definitely make more, Mit! I love them!!! To do such a thing in the craziness of December is inspired! Happy holidays to you dear Mit!ReplyDelete