Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Goddesses of small pains (in Ellen's book)

Ellen's-book

Took advantage of Ned and I having a day off today to finish pages 2 and 3 on Ellen's book. The first steps in this drawing were actually taken on the train on Monday on the way to IKEA.

6 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

This is fabulous! I really like it! So true and well done and funny and sad all at once!

henniemavis said...

Don't forget Our Lady of Torn Cuticles & Her Highness of Burbling Tummy Gas. Not that I fancy them, mind you, but I did think of them when I saw this :-)

Great work, Aya, as always! Your level of commitment to drawing astounds me. I like the clever thinking behind this one, too.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

ha ha ha! good ones, Hennie! :-D

what about Our Lady of stubbed toes and our Lady of night-time leg cramps?

roma said...

I could look at these all day and marvel over the detail. Wonderful and humorous. I will be sending my pains to these goddesses so they can take care of them for me. :)

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

sounds wonderful to have such relief.

Gretchen said...

This is really beautiful. Love the detail & colors you used!