Friday, August 28, 2009

illustration friday - magnify

The skylight in my new office magnifies the sound of the raindrops which we haven't heard in awhile, it never rained in southern california. The kitten is liking her new digs. We all survived the trek cross-country.

We're almost all moved in, I still haven't found some of my art supplies, I'm sure they're in a brown box somewhere. Happy to report the dogs are not afraid of thunderstorms which they've never experienced before.

Here are some pics from the trip:

Route 66, Paul Bunion and pups


bored, are we there yet?


Ginger*:) said...

quite a trip! Lovely illustration. I am sure you will find that box very soon... it might be the first one you open.

Connie said...

This is so exciting! Another blogger moves East. I didn't realize the kitten had two rather large doggy friends. We've been on the go constantly, with a 3,000 mile trek from Edinburgh to Stockholm via southern England. We went through the Eurotunnel; the only way to go with the dogs, who were wonderful travellers. Good luck on settling in.

claudine hellmuth said...

great illo!!! Hope you get all settled from your move sooN!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Your illustrations are so quirky and fun. they are delish!

studio lolo said...

You made it!!!!!

Where are you?

I feel your pain of the long drive, etc. I'm still recovering.

hey, we have the same decor ;)

Unknown said...

oh what fun!!! I love the illo and the photos are wonderful....congrats on the move and I hope you get all settled in!!!

E. Thompson said...

I can relate to the kitty that rules...we have 3. Cute illo and sweet interpretation. Listening to the sound of raindrops can be very calming.

valerie walsh said...

aaaahhhh, the pups look adorable! Well it looks like you got some good inspiration on the way! Glad you made it safely and kitty never looked better, you too :)

Mônica said...

Welcome back, Erin! Glad to hear everyone made it safe and sound to your new home. :-)

Good to hear the dogs are not afraid of thunderstorms (ours is terrified, the poor thing), and that kitty is liking her new digs.

I missed you too!

Amy C said...

great illo, sounds like a fun trip I love all of those fun old road side attractions.

studio lolo said...

I came back to this post to tell you that when we had our first thunderstorm, Emma barked at the ceiling after the loud cracks and booms! Hilarious, like it came from upstairs.
Well, it did I guess!