Friday, January 20, 2006

Black Cat Crosses My Path


submitted to Illustration Friday: Cat

16 comments:

Fern Lady said...

I like this little glimpse into the cat personality.

Anonymous said...

That sounds about right. :)

marc said...

Good,very good ! The cat is nice!I love the black cat.Bravo

Cate said...

I love it! Your pictures amaze me.

Cate said...

Also,
Like an idiot I logged in on my family's blog using my non-family site. So, I have my fingers no one saw it and clicked on it, and I changed my site address just in case. So now it's
www.cateimagines2.com
I wouldn't want my blog friends to try to click on my former link and wonder what happened. This is the second time I've done that in two years! Hopefully it's the last but you never know.

Cate said...

I'm on a roll. That was the wrong address. It's

http://cateimagines2.blogspot.com/

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I really like this illustration, very artistic. Like the layering of the words. Mary :-)

Giles said...

Lovely piece!

Thanks too for visiting my blog and for your kind comments :)

www.choble.com

JacqueLynn said...

The colors, quote, shape of the cat, shape of the framing, repeat of the quote in white, WOW all these things work so well together. It's a great piece, so cool.

Twisselman said...

Way nice.

phinner said...

Meow!!! Billy-girl! I likey! Thelayering is tres cool!

Did you get a chance to check out my ode to Ted? :.)

zordis said...

There is something about black cats crossing roads .... regarding evil, cruel etc...don´t know ! Very good one and to add happy day on your anniversary! Memories they are so nice!

ratlion said...

Hello! Nice work with the illo...the text in it suits a cat perfectly according to me :)
Also, thanks for visiting my blog! :)
Cheers.

ratlion said...

PS: I think I see what you mean about the text not quite matching the illo...feedback much appreciated! :)

Karen said...

Nice design. I like how you focused on the cats eyes. The effect of the layered text is very pretty.

Aravis said...

Great illustration, and I love the quote too!