Thursday, March 6, 2008

Treed Frog


You may recall in one of my previous posts my mentioning how I sometimes have "visions" of drawings just before I go to sleep or just after I wake up. As I attempted to squeeze out a few more minutes of sleep this morning, the image above came to me. Not sure, but may be due to my watching "Miss Potter" last night (good movie BTW). Those of you who have seen it will know what I mean. The light image at the bottom is a rough sketch of a dog. The dog in my head was smiling, but the size of the drawing didn't afford me much room for detail on him.

5 comments:

Alicia Padrón said...

I love this Tom! It's good that you listen to your visions. Really like it!

Oh.. isn't Miss Potter wonderful? I felt so identified with this movie. Well not the famous part ha, ha... not that, but her spirit, her childhood, the way she saw the world and her passion for illustration and imagination. I really loved it.

Tom Barrett said...

Thanks, Alicia. I think the more I draw, the more of these I see! :)

Yes, really enjoyed the movie. It was well done and interesting. The biography of her life that was on the DVD was really neat as well. I saw a bit of myself in it, too. It gave me even more motivation and encouragement to continue on this journey!

Alicia Padrón said...

I'm glad Tom.. I feel the same way!

Sarah Preston-Bloor said...

Thanks for your comments! That's my aim now to gain some more commissions so fingers crossed. Ofcourse you can link to my blog.

Good luck yourself with your work x

emcguire said...

Hello, thanks for your comment. As far as your question about Ringling, I think it's a really great school, and it seems like they do a good job of condensing what most people take 10 years or so to learn, into 4 years. They push you pretty hard, but it's totally worth it, everyone improves in leaps and bounds. You said on here that your goal is to illustrate professionally, and I think (to me) what separates Ringling from some of the other art schools, and especially from art programs at universities, is that they treat you like a growing professional, they teach you to make a professional product, instead of just teaching you skills, and not what to do with them. If you have more questions, feel free to email me- emcguire@ringling.edu
It seems like you have a lot of interest and passion, so keep it up. :) thanks again

-erin