Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Illustration Friday - Suit

I thought ... if I were a suit, what color would I be? Would I be brown? `Cuz sometimes it's nice to just fit in. Would I be black? No, that's too somber. I think if I were a suit, I'd be a pink polka-dotted bright blue suit with purple stripes! Which suit would you be?

15 comments:

Janice said...

You have nice rhythms of line and repetitive patterns going on here.

Tracy said...

such lovely drawing - and i love the whimsey - i'd pick out that gorgeous blue suit as well. you know i saw your previous post about being comfortable with graphite - but i must say i like your colored pencil work so much as well.

MION said...

Great idea!

SLW said...

Nice perspective!

kdhamel said...

What a great illo for suit! Can't stand it when everyone dresses the same! Your pencil drawings are wonderful! Thanks for your comments:)

studio lolo said...

terrific idea and rendering!

Halloweenville said...

ha! this is great..nice perspective..

SCquiltaddict said...

The blue...this is an awesome drawing in its technical precision...

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Wow, very cool.

Joan Yoshioka said...

Hey everyone! Your comments made my day! I had a lot of fun with this drawing. It had been so long since I've done a drawing with pronounced perspective so it was a good exercise for me. Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting. It means a lot to me.

juj said...

great concept and great execution. you captured just the right balance of detail and abstraction. and i love the fact that you would be not just blue, but blue with polka dots! your drawing makes me want to say 'me too'. uh-oh, then we'd all look alike again. maybe i'd better be stripes. LOL

mrana said...

Wonderful drawing and idea Joan!

Chelsie said...

I think i would pick the brown suit to be like others for once and not my crazy old self.

Anita said...

Excellent!
I would have to be a leopard print suit!

Africantapestry said...

I love these suits - the composition and your drawing...a great interpretation of the challenge.
Ronell