Illustration Friday: Emergency

Many things are Emergencies in out lives. Saving rare species should be one of them. An UnBook of rare Species. This one is so rare I don’t even know what to call it.

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16 Responses to Illustration Friday: Emergency

  1. Tina Vaziri says:

    How beautiful and sad. His eyes look so wet and teary! Great unbook!

  2. Jay says:

    Colors, drips and emotion is fantastic!

  3. red-handed says:

    Do you mean ‘erosion’? Nice tiger.

  4. Angela says:

    Wow, that looks a lot like the Marsupial Lion that I saw on Nova’s ‘Bone Diggers’ last night. He’s said to have lived half a million years ago.

  5. scott e says:

    Red-Handed, You caught me. I fixed the spelling.

  6. Muffin says:

    i like it, very nice. reminds me of the painting the monkey is doing in lion king. :p

  7. Anonymous says:

    Nice mellow tones complement the subject. I love the palette.

  8. DesigningFairy says:

    Yes! a cause dear to my heart.

  9. enigma says:

    very very cool. great style in this piece.

  10. thousanddays says:

    amazing idea!i’m agree with you it’s an emergency issue…we, human, become over populated (^_^) while other species become rare.someday our children only see them in books or picture. and all we can tell to them “yes…once upon a time in a part in our planet there’s a place called forest and lived there many tigers bla..bla…wonderful art work!!!!

  11. bookbabie says:

    Great theme and cool technique with the cat’s sad face.

  12. Tracy says:

    Beautiful work! I love seeing your unbooks. This is absolutely gorgeous!

  13. Dylan says:

    Nice. It’s a nice stylistic departure. By the way, any chance you could post a tutorial on the scratchboard illo technique? Me likey.

  14. Digital Scott's illustrationblog says:

    Nice work! Rich and interesting.

  15. Cheryl says:

    Simply beautiful…and I always like your unbook ideas.

  16. Jenn says:

    ooo I really like your texture you used franson! It looks so 3d I could touch the cover and it would feel fuzzy

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