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  1. Get Zapped says:

    This is very sweet. I love the look on the super hero’s face. “What do I do now that I have this cape on”? Nice work! Today was my first IF submission, too.

  2. Pati @-;-- says:

    Hahahah, u r right Get Zapped, I totally agree on that. It’s a gorgeous illo πŸ˜‰

  3. artmakr says:

    very nice, I like the border , the colour and the style

  4. Pati @-;-- says:

    lol He doesn’t seem to like that kind of sprout XD

  5. Get Zapped says:

    Yes, my brother and I struggled with brussels sprout, until we started sprinkling garlic salt on them and then we could eat them. Nice take on this theme!

  6. I did one on Brussel Sprouts too. I hate them so much! LOL!
    great illo.

  7. chickengirl says:

    ohhh gorgeous pics. No snow here yet….

  8. Jeff G says:

    Love how the cat is twisted. Nice and simple.

  9. ut oh! she needs to be really careful!

  10. Great humor and a wonderful how-to. I’ll be you could sell this to a place that deals in royalty-free illustrations. Could easily picture this being used by corporations or in magazines. (Maybe that’s what you do anyway, but thought I’d mention it.) Nice work.

  11. Thanks for leaving me a comment. I liked your Crash idea because it is so “about to happen”… I loved the eminence of crash – great idea!

  12. ksklein says:

    ohhhh… so beautiful!

  13. Great work! lovely style!

  14. carla says:

    Very pretty! I love the freeform border.

  15. Pati @-;-- says:

    Beautiful! I wish I could be like her πŸ™‚

  16. Jane says:

    Toria these are great call me.

  17. Get Zapped says:

    serene and beautiful!

  18. hahahaha awesome..

  19. macmcrae says:

    Nice idea.
    I feel like that guy.
    Nice take on the topic.

  20. daniela says:

    hi hi it’s not easy for him!

  21. Random York says:

    Sweet! Cool! Colorful! Clean!

  22. Abigail says:

    Lovely photographs!

  23. roland says:

    wonderful photos!

  24. mrb says:

    ooh this is way too close to how it really is! my boys are 2 and 4…if only i had time for that many coffees! fun!

  25. Monica says:

    I love the expression on her face! Great colors too and a fun design. πŸ™‚ I don’t drink coffee, but enough dark chocolate can get me just as wired!
    Thanks for the comment on my blog.

  26. Pati @-;-- says:

    Hehehe… I know what you mean πŸ˜‰

    Lovely work you have here, Victoria!

  27. I’ve got two little boys and believe me I’d get starbucks through an IV if I could. Great illustration, I really feel the look on her face.

  28. scribbblesk says:

    When my kids were little they used to run around and around the house in a circular pattern! Your illo really captures the frenzy in a fun way!

  29. Get Zapped says:

    This made me chuckle. The kids obviously don’t need coffee πŸ™‚

  30. Christophe says:

    He he Cute ! I like the different sized eye on her face. Just on the verge of breakdown. πŸ˜›

  31. 10th Way says:

    I love Brussel sprouts, the only problem is that they make me fart…

  32. enigma says:

    yup, very hectic! nice illo πŸ™‚

  33. annax says:

    Wonderful illo! So much going on….

  34. Pati @-;-- says:

    Hehe… I’ve being there πŸ˜‰

    Lovely illo, Victoria!

  35. Random York says:

    You get my vote-green is my all time favorite color!

  36. roz says:

    This reminds me of my daughter.
    Always spying.
    =o)

  37. carla says:

    Cute! She better watch out for the red ant, though… they bite! I love her striped socks.

  38. Monica says:

    Very cute, I love her socks too! πŸ™‚
    Nice take on this week’s theme, and nice composition. I am always impressed with digital illos, they look so cool…

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

  39. Pati @-;-- says:

    Ohhh… I bet she loved it! That little bunny is adorable, Victoria!

  40. scribbblesk says:

    Such a cute character!

  41. Venpi says:

    Very Clever!

  42. Kate says:

    Oh, how fun! I like your idea!
    -kate

  43. heehee…great!!!

  44. mrb says:

    cute!! that’s why i stick with jeans and a tee! ; )

  45. Monica says:

    This is fun! But at least that outfit looks great on both of them. πŸ™‚
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving a note, much appreciated!

  46. Funny! I like that you have made different skin colors on them.

  47. Random York says:

    Cute and Sweet! Your pictures call up good childhood/children’s book images.

  48. kliving says:

    i really like how you made the “green-eyed monster” look innocent and sweet while the two eat icecream

  49. emila yusof says:

    Adorable cute monsters!

  50. Pati @-;-- says:

    Awww… These two cute guys remind me of a game I used to play when I was a kid. They are adorbale, Victoria πŸ™‚

  51. Get Zapped says:

    Too cute! I find their expressions so funny they made me laugh. Love the simple colors, too.

  52. trudette says:

    Great find, and very funny too.

  53. Monica says:

    Very funny! I’d be feeling rather jealous myself if my ice-cream was also sans hot fugde AND whipped cream. Very cute monsters, I like you clean and colorful style very much.

  54. tara says:

    great illo!

  55. gingerpixels says:

    Your illustration is captivating , suits the subject …..and has sent me back to the library to get the whole Philip Pullman series. I am starting the first book, The Golden Compass. Did you know that it will be a movie this winter?

  56. i’ve just re-read the trilogy ginger, and i can’t wait for the movie! (i’ve watched the teaser trailer… looks sooo good!)
    the only thing that ruffles my feathers is the changing of the title. it’s the same thing with the first harry potter (the philosopher’s stone changed to sorcerer’s stone) the first book is called northern lights, and the thing is, the althiometer is not a compass! it’s… a teller of truths, a tool of divination! hummm… i am going to be one of those anal fans who goes on rants about this sort of thing i can see it now…
    *exits backwards out of the comments area*
    πŸ™‚

  57. nancy bea says:

    Hah! At first glance I thought it was like a “butcher’s diagram” of polar bear meat cuts…a bit odd. (Shows where my head is at, I guess.) Then I quickly realized it was a suit of armor…and then I read your words and was delighted: I love that trilogy!

  58. Kim says:

    Very simple and clean. Love your style!

  59. DianaDunn says:

    Nice illustration. Thanks for the support of my daughter. She is enjoying reading all the comments. Hope to keep her painting.
    Good luck with your card company.

  60. nicely done. hope they dont need it inorder to survive.

  61. Monica says:

    I recognized Iorek right away! πŸ™‚
    I too enjoyed Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials, and the first book is my favorite.
    Gret illo!

  62. this is really cute! nice work, and i thought it was funny our thumbnails looked the same

  63. wonderful illo! and all the best with your new card company!

  64. ksklein says:

    so simple and sooooo nice. wonderful!

  65. your bunny and his buttony bum are adorable indeed!

  66. just had a quick look around the site- congratulations! It must be so exciting to have it up and running. I especially loved your two snow globe cards.

  67. coriander says:

    Congrats – Love the cards and the site. In fact, I’ve just posted off an order form and cheque. I do think ‘apothocary’ would make a great card too. I’d buy it.

  68. coriander says:

    Hi Tor,
    I love exploring your site and also following links to other cool interesting places. It’s a portal into another universe.
    Love you,
    Mum xxxx

  69. Colleen says:

    Hi,

    I have recently tested positive for HNPCC as well. I am 42, and already had colon cancer when I was 34. I just recently had a hysterectomy due to the risk of uterine and ovarian cancer. After the surgery, they found pre-cancerous cell activity in one ovary.

    My brother has it too, and my other siblings are being tested as well.

    I am not happy to have this gene, though it is good to know – because now I get tested often and can stay ahead of the game.

    For me … I feel vulnerable. The risk factors for other cancers are daunting. I will have to be okay with being lab rat, to survive, however, I will beat this unlike my mother.

    If you would like to chat more, please let me know. I do not have a blog yet … though I will soon.

    All the best to you. Colleen

  70. thanks for leaving your comment.

    i’ve not starting the lab rat experience yet – not looking forward to it either…. (i know it means that anything will be caught early, so i know it’s a good thing, but i would really rather not…)

    i’m still trying to understand the impact this will have on my life.

    i’d love to chat more. it would be good to talk with someone else who understands.

  71. red-handed says:

    Man, from the icon I was sooo hoping to see a nipple.

  72. Monica says:

    I love the costumes, looks like it’s a fun birthday party. My favorite is the dinosaur. πŸ™‚

  73. elizabeth says:

    i would like the bear suit please. size extra small (i’m little)

  74. melanie says:

    adorable illustration!!!

  75. mike r baker says:

    Cute! πŸ™‚

    Bad link on IF, though. πŸ™

  76. arses!
    shame you can’t edit links on if…. thanks for letting me know, and thanks for finding me regardless of dodgy link!!

  77. nancy bea says:

    This is adorable!

  78. Kevin Spear says:

    Nice graphic feel to the illustration.

  79. Nice work! Really sweet.

  80. Very sweet and cute.

  81. Nancy Lefko says:

    very cute….

    you gotta love kids with a lemonade stand….

  82. Tracy says:

    Maybe they accidentally used salt instead of SUGAR! Oh no! πŸ™‚

  83. Michael Wain says:

    Hi Victora, Cool meeting you in Nottingham on saturday. drop me a line on my e-mail address ( I hope you get it ) I know an old friend of yours who would quite like to speak to you again.

    Cheers

    Mike

  84. Indigene says:

    I am very sorry for your loss! These are superb illustrations! Sometimes creating helps…

  85. Angie says:

    Wow! These are both beautiful and eloquent in their own different ways.

  86. Monica says:

    I’m so very sorry, Victoria, for your loss. Your “hollow” piece is very moving and powerful.

    May your art help you through this difficult and sad time…

  87. Angela Power says:

    OMG Massacre at Hairs’R’us!

    Maybe you could sweeeep the short side up casually towards the back and pin it with a BIG FUNKY clip (maybe a diamante one?) so no one would know it wasn’t intended to be even….sorry…is that too cruel a pun?

    The diamante bitch needed her arse kicking and you were in shock, poor babe. Tell them you’ll sell your story to the newspapers unles they give you a million pound in compensation.

    I still think you look gorgeous, my sweet.

    :-O xxxxxx

  88. Sarah Allwood-Spiers says:

    Brilliant description. You’re right, hairdressers are not telepaths. Though I suspect they can sense fear, and it feeds their evil plans.

    When I was 14 a few of my friends did their own “undercuts” – basically shaved the lower half of their head. It looked odd. The “right side” picture reminds me a bit of that. But ruffled up it looks nice, and the hat looks really cool, right time of year for it too.

    Not sure what else to say – you look good, but you did look slightly better before.

  89. papa williams says:

    hi torie. i dont knw if this will work or not! i,ve tried to open yr tango and hollow illustrations but this hosp thing doesn,t seem do much beyond basic! i,m not sure u will get this messge either…

  90. Very nice work πŸ™‚

  91. Angela Power says:

    The ‘Dark Journey’ is so beautifully poignant, it takes my breath away xxx

  92. Cindy D. says:

    Neat outfit! I really like the pattern and colors, kind of a jester thing.

  93. Cute illo! Love her costume!!

  94. Angela Power aka Mum says:

    But of course…I like that you have the commitment to yourself to follow through with your challenges. I’m proud of your determination and yes, I love each and every thing you do…and not just because it’s in my job description. I look forward to the continuation of a daily dose of inspiration and a weekly blog to catch up on your musings. Thank you Daughter.

  95. Sarah B says:

    I imagine you reacting to the theft of your bicycle wheel like Sally Hawkins’ Poppy in the film Happy-Go-Lucky: ‘Poppy bicycles effervescently through the streets of London, not a care in the world, before pausing to do some book shopping (and playfully harass the store’s employee). When she finally leaves, she discovers that her bike has been stolen. β€œI didn’t even get a chance to say goodbye,” she sighs, before moving on, not one to let this small bit of victimization get her down.’ (description shamelessly stolen from http://reverseshot.org/reviews/entry/924/happygolucky as I couldn’t find a YouTube clip of the scene).