All I needed was a walk-in closet, a couple of sheets for curtains, and some dress-up accessories and I was playing being in a play. I didn't do this too often, and ONLY for family (as I was way too shy to do this for strangers), but it was fun none the less to be transformed by a few simple household items and a lot of imagination. Check out lots of fine renditions of "play" at Illustration Friday - this was a fun topic to get back in the swing of things with...
"Because you've always stood up for me, I'm free to run and play. I hold on to you for dear life, and you hold me steady as a post."
(Psalm 63:7-8 -The Message)
I'm so sorry that I have been away from my blog for so long - and I said that after my last post as well - but trust me that my life has been quite crazy. I sense that I am turning a corner and pulling into the neighborhood of "normal", and that is a welcome relief. Thanks to all of you who still come around to see if I'm alive - I assure you I am :o) I'm looking forward to going 'round and commenting on your work too - I've really missed visiting with you!
seems like the cat is enjoying the show ur style reminds me of someone elses from tx or it could be vis versa nice illoReplyDelete
Becky what a lovely illo.ReplyDelete
I have missed your cute drawings and hope things are getting back to normal for you.
Nice illo. I like the sort of 3-D layering.ReplyDelete
SOOOO Cute!!!! Great to see you posting again :0)ReplyDelete
Like this! Like the collage feeling, and the curly dots on the blue in the background.ReplyDelete
this is delightful! i love how she pops out from the background. the kitty too!ReplyDelete
So cute and fun! I love the cat:>ReplyDelete