Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Illustration Friday - Rejection



The Pacific Northwest Snubbler bird is best known for its incessant method of shunning and out right rejection of other Snubbler birds if they aren’t the same height, color or size. The forest will echo with chirps that sound a lot like “hmph!” or “phfff!”. Luckily, to maintain their existence, every Snubbler bird does have a mate that will be an exact reflection of itself. Once they find this mate they will only shun other Snubbler birds when feeling bored or lonely.

14 comments:

Vhrsti said...

Great! As well as your other works. love the birds a lot.

Pam said...

Nice illustration.Beautiful colours...

P.Sarah.K said...

Nice Work..

psychopooch said...

very cute! love the description that goes with it too.

Tina Vaziri said...

I love your description, very clever concept!

Tracy said...

I like your use of color in this piece. Neat story to accompany it!

Sweet Pea said...

Loved the cute story and the birds are so sweet :)

Fadinha said...

So simple and so beautiful!

Janice said...

what an interesting fact and your illo supports it so very well :)

Debbie said...

I love it!

Kathleen Rietz said...

A couple of catty birds!

kdhamel said...

So cute and great colors - I think I remember seeing some when I used to live in Oregon...

trudette said...

Stunning piece, I do love your style.

Emila Yusof said...

Lovely!

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