Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Illustration Friday: Heights

Hey everyone!
I've been off for a few weeks but I am back to do this week's IF topic "Heights." I am playing around with this weird little world where my animals live and I think I stumbled upon a suburb of their town. What do you think? Is this working? Any suggestions? I'm trying out a new background, so let me know your thoughts!

11 comments:

Susanna Redeker said...

I think this is great! It looks very nice tree houses, but also the misty around the backtrees. It gives me a question; what will happen next?
Succes!

ps, I'm not sure or I have posted my comment, the internet did funny.
So this can be double!

Alicia Gorecki said...

I like how the sameness of the trees diverts your focus to the houses which all have unique and varied features.. treatment of siding on each level of each house, nice!

Barry Young said...

Great illustration, really like the colouring. Looks like the start of something you can take further, make into a story and all that!

Claire Wildish said...

I love it! Beautiful colours. Reminds me of playing in tree houses as a kid.

Brooke Boynton Hughes said...

This is so wonderful Jessixa! I'm a sucker for tree houses and yours are great!! I think the background looks really good too. And your new website is rad! Congratulations on the 1st runner up win at the conference. Woooot!!! Are you heading to the L.A. conference this summer? I hope so!

Genna Byrne said...

Lovely illustration! I have always wanted to live in a tree house. I think my dreams would have come true if it wasn't for spiders...Do they climb that high? :)

Cindy D. said...

Wow, what fantastical treehouses! Beautiful colors and just so darn neat! All those wood and shingle details, and the little critters in the windows, love it!

Creations By Mit said...

Love those tree houses! So much fun detail!!!

Rita said...

I LOVE treehouses and love your illustration. Very sweet.

Elizabeth Rose Stanton said...

This is great, Jessica! I love your work!!

Ben Clanton said...

Looks fantastic! I saw your portfolio at the SCBWI Washington conference and it was AMAZING . . . really blew me away. Congrats on the recent success!