The neighbors mumbled, lifted eyebrows and expressed concern---wasn’t she terribly alone? No, she smiled, she was delightfully alone.
tdolan's tiny story with my illustration.
I love nice and simple tipography so much,but I don't know how to do it.Fortunately this semester I will learn some basics.I think handwriting goes well here,but if anyone is familiar with tipography,please,remix.:)
I just noticed now that I wrote neighbours,not neighbors-is there any difference?Or it is just that strange UK-USA thing?Let me know,it can be changed.
have a nice..well,here it's afternoon:)
I have this character called Jeanine.I draw her since 2009 when I was still in high school.
She is a teenage girl who was born in a circus,but now she left it.
now she needs:
her cello and her accordeon,(but a circus lion named Béla will send them after her)
oh,and I almost forgot,varnish remover.
She has a hedgedog friend.:)
I have a lot of illustrations about her,I will upload them here.It's kind of a story about growing up,starting a new life,but staying a kid in the same time.I know it sounds cliché,but I think for me it was personal,I started to draw her when I left home and I went to college.
When I think about her story,it's kind of melancholic,adolescent thing,just some lines.But if you have some ideas,feel free to use the pictures with or without the character!!
My mom told me this when I was little,and I hated to get up in the morning(I still can't.)
but in hungarian,it was rhyming.maybe someone can turn it to a tiny poem or story?
it's just a quick sketch,but I think this could be a great story,maybe an animated film,you know,the legs of the bed could turn to real legs or something.I like the feeling when dreams mix up with reality.I imagine an animation/comic about that.Maybe the bed finally carries her/him/them to school?Whats the reaction of the classmates and teachers?
anyway,it could be a funny/dreamy/bizarre comic/animation/short film.
I can draw phases.not sure I can put them together,but..I can draw them:)