She looks so sad...maybe a nice hot cup of tea would help :-)Thanks Michael for all the lovely comments you've left on my blog this last year!
Very touching expression, Michael.
so peaceful looking! i like your color choices.
looks like she really needs some help,very touching...I like the colours range and the background pattern as well...
Very nice! I like the wording in the background - very meaningful.
Gosh, what a sad, plaintive look. Nicely done.
I really like the subtle text in the background. She looks disembodied, and the muted tones really highlight her sadness. She does need someone to give her a hug and take her out dancing!Have a happy holiday:>
She looks as though her need may be overwhelming, she looks like she has almost lost her strength. Such a sad yet beautiful design for "help"!
Och! She looks so sad! Quick. Give her some ice cream! (At least, that's what I want when I look like that!)
I always wondered if company wants misery.
wow...the subtle words in the background are powerful. Nice color choices too!
I agree with everyone. I see someone that has lost their self, I want to take her/him in my arms and give comfort. Unfortunately I can not make out the words but the picture says it all. Very nice.
Hello Michael :o)Its very goog job,Best Wishes,Issi
She looks desperate. I think you're right: misery wants company. If someone came to her, just as sad as her, they could be sad together. That's not so sad at all...
this is neato! i really like the color combo
I like the layering here--well done!
There may be a cry for help there, but she also seems to possess a quiet calm; a placid feeing. All beautiful.
Great work, Michael and i love it how you put emotion to it.
very beautiful! Great job.
This is an awesome illo! Conveys the prompt very well!
Lovely and sad... hope she gets her company!Liz (lizjonesbooks)
She does look sad, and needs help! :)
Great composition. Its like she's drifting in her sea of sadness. I like the text, but wonder if it could be stated just once across the image?
I really like this palette. I agree, it's easier to be miserable when you've got someone to share it with.
It took a moment before I noticed the lettering in the background. Very intriguing illustration, as usual. And I'll save a mug a shrew brew for you.
This goes well with last week's piece, too. I love the type treatment - very subtle! Happy Holidays, Michael...thanks for your regular comments on my blog!!
captivating image, it flows so nicely! Have a great new year and looking forward to seeing more of your work next year.