I love this! His (her?) face is so full of glee!!
Talk about a nail biter. Can't wait to see where this goes.
Thanks, Jess! Hmmm... I guess he is a "he," now that I think about it.And thanks, Frank-- well, maybe it's predictable, I don't know! I wanted to have fun with that "when pigs fly" cliché.
loving the happy frying piggie Jen.
It is not predictable. At least to me, maybe I am slow. I did not realize he was going to fly until #5 or 6 and now that he is flying I have no clue what #8 and 9 will be.
what a cute piggy! great work
Thanks, Mayy!And Frank-- I'm glad it's not predictable. I think I've just been looking at it too long. (You, slow?? I think not!)Thanks, Diana!
Oh! I love the work you have done up to now, I can't wait to see how this story is going on :)
I loved this at the SCBWI conference. I thought it was very smart of you to show a story in sequence!
Oh.. he is so lovely and happy!! I want to fly like him!! Love your colors they are soo bright! :o)
Thank you, Paola! I've really enjoyed looking at your work, too.And thanks, Gina! I'm really dragging it out here on the blog...Thanks, Alicia! :-)
so sweet, this little pig is adorable! can't wait to see all the completed illustrations, you should post them all together once finished!
Thanks, Christine! That's what I'm planning...
I think for a child it is "perfectly predictable"! Although they like the element of surprise, they also want to be able to guess just what the surprise will be. Well done and fun too.gail
Thanks, Gail! It is hard to gauge sometimes what is too predictable for kids, especially coming at it from an adult point of view...
cute! i don't think there is such a thing as too many flying pigs. :)
Thanks, princesstomato-- I agree!
Ohhh... I love pigs, and this one is such a cuttie!cabanadigital.com
Thanks, Pati! Glad you stopped by. I will check out your work when I get a few minutes! :-)
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