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IF: Adrift


Illustration Friday: Adrift

Jayne did a drawing too. He had a lot of fun with his Mommy's pencils. I let him pick the topic of my picture today. He picked water and birds...butterfly is close enough ; ) This one is pencil and colored pencil.

Print available here: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=40904540

Comments

Susan said…
Michelle, just found your blog and started to follow - I love the name "Morgan's Bubble"! What a peaceful illo and I love how the blues blend together - cheers! Susan
Susan said…
Hi Again Michelle, thanks for the reciprocal follow and your nice comments! I have indeed thought about Lulu if I can't get a publisher when I'm ready. I don't know how much time I'm going to give it, but self-publishing is definitely a possible outcome for this project. So you actually got something published with them? Can you send me a link to your book, I'd love to see it -thanks!

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