Saturday, November 24, 2012

drawing challenge / little red riding hood



Wonderful Patrice is our host this week.   

17 comments:

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

classic! both literal and mythical. i absolutely love the tree patterns.
n♥

Lil Muse Lily said...

amazing. love the tree on the left, her hair and cape. beautiful.
hope you all had a wonderful thanksgiving

objects of whimsy said...

the tree pattern is gorgeous but I love red riding hood in flight great energy in this drawing.

Helen :)

susan christensen said...

What a great illustration - simple and direct with great energy.

Anna V. said...

Rachel,
I am in awe over your talent. Not only this drawing but the stunning dolls you've made! The lines of their stories seemed so interesting - maybe you could pick one and tell us her full story..? :)

barbarabeesblog said...

I like your version, the mixture of pattern and classical drawing with the autum storm winds nearly blow her away.
xoxo Barbara

Elisabeth said...

Lovely. The lines, the graphic and the coloured parts, I like it all! As always - inspiring.

x

Patrice A. said...

those trees
that beautiful girl
wind in her hair
all the moving, the energie
your beautiful lines
I LOVE it, like always

thanks dear Rachel
love
Patrice A.

demie said...

THe tree patterns are really beautiful. And so is she, running away fro mthe big bad woolf ; )

Kristen Donegan said...

wonderful drawing! I love the motion of it, I can almost feel the wind and the gait she is keeping- beautiful!

Julia da Franca said...

what a great drawing! she looks wild and free!
beautiful! x julia

celine schroeder said...

Love this drawing: just the color of her cape and the rest just black. You can just feel the action in this drawing, love it! and thank you for your nice comment on my blog.

mano said...

she is sooooo beautiful!! :-) mano

renilde said...

wonderful energy Rachel,the movement in her cape is great, her pose... one can feel their is something going to happen, xx

Milady Productions said...

i so love your inky lines! and that alphabet...swoon

TheFairyyellowbugQueen said...

Rachel that red cloak against the pale blue of her frock is so powerful. The lines you've drawn show a girl aware of danger. She is very cautious as all girls should be when there is talk of a dangerous wolf in the environs. A beautiful drawing you have made here. Love this. Norma, x

Peggy Ray said...

I really like the way you colored just the cape and dress... Makes it really pop! Very dramatic and lovely!