Friday, 13 February 2009

Valentine's Day

Did this for my lovely wife's Valentine's Day card.


There's not much to say except that really.

Other than this marks the first whole year of being self employed as an illustrator...

That's cause to celebrate!

14 comments:

matt dawson said...

Happy anniversary sir! Well handled cherub anatomy and scroll work (worthy of Raphael) and a lovely lovely background . V will love it!

verification: "balls"... no really it is! :)

Katie said...

Most awesome cupid I've seen. Wonderful illustration.

Lee Townsend said...

Nice card Kev, very well done!

Cathy said...

Congratulations, and here's to your continued success as an illustrator!

get zapped said...

Classic and lovely!

jennifergrayolson said...

Wonderfull work. Congrats on your first year!!!

Diana Evans said...

congrats!!! this is a fab cupid!!!

Amy C said...

congratulations and what a sweet illo

Anonymous said...

Another fine piece Badgerboy... I cannot believe it has been a whole year ! ! ! A toast to many prolific years to come and, in the short-term, may 2009 see you overwhelmed with commissions! Keep on working that magic #:-) Bertie Bassett

Acting Journal said...

Delishous! I love this piece. Congratulations on being a freelance Illustator. I did it for 20 years before I went in to acting.

Rob Smith, Jr. said...

It's always a good idea these days for cupid to be looking over his shoulder! Terrific figure drawing and what an expressive face! Great job! Congrats on your anniversary. This year marks 30 years for me as a professional cartoonist. It adds up quick!

phil said...

Happy Anniversary Kev, and here's to a prosperous and successful future. Like the Cupid alot, I'm sure V. loved it too.

qualia said...

he's great. it might just be me, but i like the ambiguity of his face. to me he looks simultaneously young and older. and chin chin on your first year of artistic freedom!!! fingers crossed it will lead to many weird, exciting and wonderful things, x

Josh (musarter) said...

That is cause to celebrate. That is a great "Cupid" too.