Saturday, December 10, 2005

Illustration Friday - "Surprise"


Colored pencil and Micron pens.Pin It

25 comments:

ValGalArt said...

looks good enough to eat! excellent work amy.

Catnapping said...

mmm yum. chocolate and sweet creaming icing. a winner anytime.

frank h said...

Oh, this work is amazing
much more than nice - it is wonderful

carla said...

This is excellent - another one of your retro illustrations. I can see this in a 50's women's magazine. It is so beautifully done...I love the palette and the fine pencil work you've done. Yum...I'm ready for a piece with a nice cup of coffee!

Carolyn said...

What a great drawing!!!
I scrolled down to ck out yur other drawings as well... very nice stuff!

Rachelle said...

Love the lettering on this illo and the cake looks scrumptious!

Ron Amorim said...

Classy take. Great stuff. :)

Twisselman said...

If only I baked! Maybe I could bake a bundt that looks as good as this illustration. Nice.

erilyn said...

looks yummy!

Holly said...

Oh this is quite yummy! Love the recipe style. It looks like it could be from one of my old cook books from the '60's. Love it.

Kim Carney said...

yummy illustration!

Poboi said...

So Sweet I get toothache looking at it!

Suzan said...

Well done amy! Love your style!

Nekbat said...

I really love your style. And the cake looks good enough to eat.

character_ed said...

Nice One Amy!!! can I get a slice?
Thanks for teaching us how to make it!

creative kismet said...

This looks delicious! Very beautiful illo!

hartini said...

Wowwwwww!!! And Yummy!!!!!!!! :D I think you did an excellent job with this. As delicious as the cake looks, your artwork is just superb! :)

Karen said...

That looks delicious! Great drawing and I love the lettering.

carla said...

Hi Amy - thanks for your visit to my IMAGINE drawings this week. I'm waiting to see what you're going to post! To answer your question, I did add background color to a few of the drawings. Most of the originals are black ink, and some have a little colored pencil added.

constanthing said...

Wow, it looks yummy! It'll look great on a menu :)

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Christine Lim Simpson said...

Nice piece. I'm gonna try an bake one! :)

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Oh my gosh, this looks soooo delicious! Great job, you really captured the essance here!

"Maggie" said...

Beautiful piece and the lettering works so well. I haven't baked a bundt cake in a long time.