Monday, November 24, 2008

Thanksgiving


I drew this illustration a few months ago. There's this website called Illustration Friday and I subscribe to their newsletter. They have a different topic every Friday that you have a week to illustrate. The topic for that week was "fierce." I drew the fiercest thing I could think of. I think it also works well as a Thanksgiving papercut. The amount of time it took me to cut this out was exactly the amount of time it took me to listen to my friends Nathaniel and Rob's podcast, The Gentle Tyrants. I don't think I'm going to have a lot of time to post anything over the Thanksgiving holiday because my parents live in the middle of nowhere and only have a landline and that's pretty much like life without running water for me so I thought I'd post this now. Happy Thanksgiving!

4 comments:

stephanie M. said...

oh, ces petits lapins sont vraiment mignons...bravo cindy, amitiés !

Snippety Gibbet said...

Very neat illustration. Thanks for the link, too. That sounds like fun.

Snippety Gibbet said...

BTW....I have been looking at the blog of the commenter above for a few days, and she linked to you recently. Here's the translation of what she wrote in linking to here: "Scherenschnitte, the blog d' an American cutting machine."
hehehee.......so cute! She has a couple of nice blogs. jan

Stéphanie M. said...

hello !
Aah !it's so difficult to translate...but "découpeuse américaine" doesn't means "american cutting machine"...but just "american papercutter". In "french" switzerland the artists who makes papercuts they call "découpeurs" or "découpeuses", simply.
Sometimes dictionnaries are joking ! greetings to you both, jan and cindy...