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Sketchbook Potential

This sketch originated from another scrap of a ripped up monotype that turned on its side, happens to resemble a face and hat of a fairy tale character.  The rest is improvised. I think it just might turn up again as a fully realized children’s book illustration.

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  1. I enjoy your work so very much…

  2. I love the way the mouse perches on her craggy fingers and how the mouses feet curl!

  3. Vineet Saroey said:

    This sketch takes you into a different world – a world of magic. Amazing work as always, Elena.

  4. Jane Thorne said:

    Magic potential here Elena..it’s lovely xx

  5. Superb work

    a pleasure to go through your work

  6. This is beautiful

  7. I liked the creepy hand, too.

  8. Oh, I think so too! Delightful conversation, it looks like!

  9. Wonderfully charming! I love the bend/curl of the leaf, clothing and cape.

  10. Your “harvest” is excellent! How wonderful.
    🙂

  11. These drawings are so fascinating 🙂

  12. A Roald Dahl character in the making??

  13. Lovely way to put it Elena.. “Images are readily available, they just require harvesting” I just love that 🙂

  14. VERY, VERY,VERY COOL…I can see this in a movie..

  15. artblablablablog said:

    this is so cool, love that little chattering thing perched on his hand, as well as the hand and the hat is quite fascinating!

  16. Oooh, the spooky long fingers and that serious, thoughtful look on her face. A little creepy! Or perhaps she’s just having an intense conversation with that little critter perched on her knuckle! Fun and perfect for the upcoming holiday!

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