And both very fun and well done!
And they are perfect!!!
I like the first one - with that look on her face, I would run and hide too!
Nice work Kate. I reallly like the pose on the girl jumping on the bed, very natural.
Very cool. The first one has a Maurice Sendak vibe, and the second one is very animated. Great stuff!
and 2 of my mondo favs! :)))
It's true..along with sugar and spice, there's a bit of the wild monster in those little girls.Cute choices for the theme.
Isn't that Gov. Blagojevich coming in the window???
These are both nicely done! I agree with the Maurice Sendak comment on the first one. I like the wall texture and drawing style also. :)
Wonderful work Kate!
Kathlleen me encantaron los dibujos y las interpretaciones!!!felicitaciones!!! very good work!
Boy, your lines rock. So beautiful and smooth. Just wanted to let you know that. I like both styles.
Its so perfect!! I really love it! sweet drawing. =)
really love the first one! so cute!
very wonderful!!! you and your doggy look like you are having a wonderful winter :)
These are wonderful! :)
I love your work! You are soooooooooo talented!!! Kimberly
I love both pieces!!!Even though both without colours, the actions and characters above are so convincingly well respond to this week topic.The second piece is also a good one, wow...imagine dancing with your dog on the beg....how fun!Have you tried dancing with your cute doggy?Btway, an early birthday greeting to you Kate.Congrats again on winning the contest on my blog.Are you tremendous busy lately?I still yet receive your email & address. I would really like to get them out for you before Christmas my dear Kate.Here is my email:email@example.comI am going to the post office tomorrow!
I agree with Rick this has the wonderful Maurice Sendak feel. It's beautiful. The look on the little girls face tells it all. Those monsters are the ones! he he he. Great work.
The top one could be named "Where the Rambunctions Things Are" :)and your girl is a great, rambuncious character, indeed! love her! xoxoteri
Beautiful, they are both so wonderful.
They are both very fun. . .but I am partial to the jumping on the bed. Great kid memories!Your work is so well executed Kate. Every time I look at your work I think "Wow is she talented or what?"
Both of them are perfect for the post! I love the lack of color, it says so much! Great narrative pieces!
both of them are perfect... i like the first one better though... so much more is happening in that... you can just keep looking at the picture... have to love those cowardly monsters... Happy Holidays!
These are both awesome! I love the little girl with hands on hips...not even afraid of those rambunctious monsters :) so cute!
Both are wonderful. Really like the hands on the hips and stern expression on the little girl in the top one... I see that look a lot!
Ooooh, don't mess with the rambunctious kid! This drawing is fabulous! I want to know more about this fearsome little girl. And the action in your second illo is wonderful! The joy is truly infectious! Beautiful stuff.
I agree both are causing a fun raucous! Love the playfulness of these.
I love the little girl and the monsters! Brilliant.
Oh, these are both so perfect for the topic this week! Cute and fun!!!
just one word: magnificent!
wonderful work Kate!
love them both,they are wondeful
both are really cute... i love the first one, but the second is a better fit for theme. Nice work!
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