background started by my 4 year old and completed by me.
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The frog is hilariously cute! He is just so full of joy!
I have missed you! I had been wondering where you were. I see you have posts on your blog. Hmmm. . .makes me truly wonder if I have the right blog for you on my Jacketflap.
What a wonderful freewheelin’ froggie! The Pud’s spatters and colors really help make this come alive.
I love what you’ve been doing lately, especially your tomato frog. It all has a sense of freedom. Good to see you loosening up!
(Oh, and here’s an interview that made me think of you: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/video/2008/mar/06/quentin.blake.world.book.day )
I’m loving this illustration…especially knowing your little one helped with it! Great work! Hope you get pick of the week!
That’s so great that your integrating your child’s work! Very cute!
It’s a wonderful illo!
Great colors–wonderful collaboration!
positively awesome. you fit the feel of your smaller artist and really complimented those dots/blots. love this piece! ))
A beautiful collaboration! Best regards to both artists!
I love this! I’m amazed a 4 year old did the background, wow it really works well
Your 4 year old and yours is the perfect blend!!
I agree, that is one fine frog! I love the background too and the wet look on the frog’s back looks great
OMG this is one of my most favorite frogs EVER!!!
That’s so wonderful that you create art together with your child. It turned out wonderful.
What a nice collaboration! I love the energy.
That’s one free wheeling froggie!Cute idea for this week’s theme.
It’s perfect Courtney! I LOVE that you used your 4 year old’s painting! Very cool )
This is so cute…love the watercolor, it really works!
love that frog!!!
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