very clever. i like the usage of type, texture and the different but fantastic color combo.
This is cute!!! I like the pink fuffy clouds!!!
yea, really awesome-jeaux
I love the heavy lidded sock muppet version of our old caterpillar friend - very funny. Great colors too!
This is the Caterpillar from Alice in Wonderland right? Either that, or Kosh from Babylon-5? Well done! I've pretty much given up on this theme (which is why I'm breaking my rule and looking at some pictures early) - I have an idea but it's really grim! Lovely colours on this and, as Michael said, nice expression. It's sort of Alice meets Mr. Natural!
Yes it is meant to be the catipillar from alice but it's the question he asks that's more important than the character.I realised recently that I wasn't using the computer as much as I really could be. So I'm going to start trying a little harder with the topics to work digitally.
Caterpillar just passes on my 'OK cute' scale - that's a good thing :) Just hurt my neck trying to read upside-down writing. Guessing it isn't meant to be read being upside-down in the clouds.You're right, asking questions is a pathway to wisdom. Who am I?
I didn't Intentionally make it cute so i'm glad it's only on the 'ok cute' part of the cute scale. Must be the big eyes and pink that make it that way...
Good question! One of the standard eternal questions, in fact! I like the use of the puffy cloud letters and the caterpillar. It's an interesting contrast between the look of the illustration and the question it poses. Oh, and I was doing the same thing as "anonymous"...trying to read the background type upside down. Arghhhhhh....I like it!
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