Daily Art & Wood Sprite

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Wood Sprite by Amy Crook

Wood Sprite by Amy Crook

I’m trying an experiment for the rest of April and all of May — daily art posts. I have a ton of art lying around, some of it for sale, some of it not, some if it not suitable to be sold like this handsome fellow who’s on the back of some notes from a client meeting.

This wood sprite is inspired by the beautiful illustrations by Brian Froud in his collaboration with Charles de Lint, The Wild Wood.

Enjoy!

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3 Responses to “Daily Art & Wood Sprite”

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  1. SarahSki says:

    Oooh. I love how it’s simple and very sharp. I especially love how you did the fingers!

    • Amy says:

      Thank you! The long twig-like fingers are very much inspired by Froud’s art and De Lint’s descriptive writing.

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