Friday, December 15, 2006

IF: help

32 comments:

  1. 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!

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  2. so peaceful looking! i like your color choices.

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  3. looks like she really needs some help,very touching...I like the colours range and the background pattern as well...

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  4. Very nice! I like the wording in the background - very meaningful.

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  5. Gosh, what a sad, plaintive look. Nicely done.

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  6. 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:>

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  7. 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"!

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  8. Och! She looks so sad! Quick. Give her some ice cream! (At least, that's what I want when I look like that!)

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  9. I always wondered if company wants misery.

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  10. wow...the subtle words in the background are powerful. Nice color choices too!

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  11. 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.

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  12. Hello Michael :o)
    Its very goog job,
    Best Wishes,
    Issi

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  13. 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...

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  14. this is neato! i really like the color combo

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  15. I like the layering here--well done!

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  16. There may be a cry for help there, but she also seems to possess a quiet calm; a placid feeing. All beautiful.

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  17. Great work, Michael and i love it how you put emotion to it.

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  18. This is an awesome illo! Conveys the prompt very well!

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  19. Lovely and sad... hope she gets her company!
    Liz (lizjonesbooks)

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  20. 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?

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  21. I really like this palette. I agree, it's easier to be miserable when you've got someone to share it with.

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  22. 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.

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  23. 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!!

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  24. captivating image, it flows so nicely! Have a great new year and looking forward to seeing more of your work next year.

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