I have gathered together all my tiny story illustrations. There will be more to follow I'm sure...
It's so good to be off work and having some time to be creative. It makes me very happy. I love this place. I will try keep up a bit more when I am back to work in August.
One day the tables will turn, and skeletons will keep people in their closets...
I was so inspired by metaphorests tiny stories. I especially liked the idea of this one as i love a bit of role reversal.
I am a big fan of crayfish's work (she is a good friend of mine, i must admit, she makes AMAZING Tshirts). We have collaborated before but it has been way too long so I remixed 2 of her skeletons together to make a new one and then worked from there... Once I got the closet/coffin idea, i just couldn't stop.
My illustration for rayperez 'webs we weave' tiny story. All stitched with white cotton into black paper :)
"It's called the world wide web," said the spider to the fly.
For bryn haz's great tiny story - the doctors wife... "The physician’s wife was told that an apple a day kept the doctor away. Each evening she would eat two apples (just to be safe). But much to her dismay, her husband still kept coming home."
For Haus of Glitch's tiniest story... "Once upon a time, there was The End." Have got quite into doodling again recently :)
During a crisis, the paperclip was the only one who was very good at holding things together.
I had fun today.. :)
Illustration for deeasherself's tiny story, the fly.
'Today I saw a fly in my soup, but I didn't tell anyone and I ate it."
No flies were hurt in the making of this picture, he was already dead.
An illustration for Frankie R's Tiny Love Story
“I love you,” said apple
“I love you too,” said the worm, “all the way down to your core.”