Thursday, October 22, 2009

picnic at hanging rock

miranda

miranda

irma leopold

irma leopold

22 comments:

  1. wonderful!
    such a gorgeous and haunting movie
    i'm thinking of comparing it to the virgin suicides for a tutorial at tafe ... pretty much just so i have an excuse to watch them both!

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  2. they are brilliant, so shiny and gorgeous. <3
    xx

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  3. your work is fool-proof.
    i love it!

    http://monicaburnett.blogspot.com/

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  4. just came across your work from another person ( http://onryo.blogspot.com) who blogged about you. I'm in love your work, it's beautiful!

    -Daria

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  5. I love the white highlights on the faces.
    Very beautiful :)
    x

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  6. Seriously you can do no wrong! I don't think I will ever not want to know what you are working on. Everything you do is so beautiful and inspiring!
    The eyes on these two are wonderful.

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  7. Sorry if you get a bit flattered out btw... it was rather extreme. I don't think I've ever honoured another illustrator with such an assault. I can only blame your work!

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  8. these are gorgeous, you're very talented! i love this film, (i just did a post on it), great to see it's receiving the recognition it deserves.

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  9. Oh my goodness! I think we both know Irma's daughter, Tara Tara Tara.

    They're all so beautiful. I love your twee exaggerations of features.

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  10. gorgeous!! (as usual, you are so talented)
    <3.

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  11. That film is on my list of things to watch. I can't wait now!

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  12. lovely. you are so talented.

    i'm just wondering, what do you use to make the outlines of the paintings?

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  13. ash- i use lead pencil to make the outlines.

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  14. love them!! the colours are beautiful, absolutely adore your style and i look forward to seeing what goodies you make for once upon, hopefully see you there xx

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  15. this afternoon/tonight i went through all 62 pages of your flickr, (with many intervals of course), and i must say, i love your work even more than i did before! EVERYTHING is wonderful, i can't even describe!!
    i hope to see you at the exhibition, i'm so excited to see what you and everyone else creates! :) :)

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  16. oh thanks. and what kind of paint do you use?

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  17. wow, what amazing drawings! i wish i was that talented. i love the bright colours and long necks!
    please visit my blog -
    www.bluebird-blossom.blogspot.com

    sophie x

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  18. I love your style, the atmosphere in these pictures is amazing

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