Wednesday, April 22, 2009

IF: "Impossibility" (Sold)

This week's IF prompt was the word impossibility. I pondered this for a bit and thought at first I would post nothing, as it was impossible for me to think of anything I wanted to illustrate. And then, the old Perry Como song "It's Impossible" stuck in my head. I decided to illustrate the last line from the lyrics of that song.

I stayed with my whimsical illustrating style since I am having so much fun with it. The drawing was executed in pencil and painted in using acrylic paints and pens. I had a blast! I hope the cheerfulness that I felt and the essence of this painting will bring a great big smile to your face and a few butterflies for you hope-ful romantics out there.

"...But to live without your love would be impossible". from the Perry Como song "It's Impossible".

All smiles....
debbie

6 comments:

cathyjune said...

yes, the cheerfulness comes thru loud and clear! beautiful colors too!

Anonymous said...

What a bright colors what a joy and what a happy feeling. I like it it makes you happy. Great work.

Nanda Palinckx said...

what a bright colors what a joy and what a happy feeling. I like it it makes you happy. Great work.

Fadas & C.ยช said...

So cute! Wonderful happy colours!

Donna Childree Gotlib said...

This is darling. I love the colors.

Bob Tail Rabbit said...

Lovely, fresh interpretation of the theme. Well done.

About Me

San Antonio, Texas, United States
I am a native San Antonio, Texan. I am the proud mother of two amazing daughters. I graduated from Texas State University in 1987 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Commercial Art with an emphasis on design and illustration. I worked for two years in the advertising industry and quickly realized it was not for me. I have enjoyed being a freelance illustrator and a fine artist. I have designed and illustrated children's paintings, murals, as well as commissioned pieces for clients' homes.