Two more!

February 26th, 2008


(The Little Daughter of the Snow)


(Baba Yaga)

22 Comments

  1. WendyB says:

    The first one is so cute.

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  2. zuzupetal says:

    Will you be posting anything new for sale on your etsy anytime soon?

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  3. Helen says:

    I love your pics.

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  4. Lil says:

    I love the little girls hair flows out behind her like that, it’s a lovely touch. :)

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  5. mette says:

    Oh my! I love love love your work and I love love love your blog! looking forward to having you as a daily read.

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  6. Mayken says:

    these are absolutely wonderful. I think they’re some of the best works I have seen from you up to now. It makes me want to make some 3D stuff as well :)

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  7. van says:

    how exquisite!

    it’s good to have you back :) xx

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  8. tamsin says:

    These are amazing, I want them in my room. I wish I was good with paper and not just sticks and string. They have also brought out a clearly repressed memory of being terrified by a baba yaga audio tape when I was little….

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  9. Eugene says:

    haha the first one is adorable, but the second one gave me chills. not from fear though! but from the way you captured tone. incredible (:

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  10. Linda says:

    These are fantastic! You are very talented!

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  11. Ami says:

    The first one is so cute! I swear i had a dream the other night with a character in that looked so much like the second one!

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  12. Helen K says:

    Phew! Was starting to think maybe something had happened to you!!

    Love your stuff and glad you’re back!

    xxx

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  13. Chloe says:

    These illustrations are absolutely gorgeous!

    If I was about 5, and had a book with these in it I’d be completely transfixed by them :)

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  14. Becky says:

    Jeezum crow, you’re talented. I have a slight obsession with Baba Yaga and her many forms that started when I read Neil Gaiman’s illustrated “Stardust” years ago. I don’t think I’ve ever seen her so terrifying though – those evil little teeth scare me.

    Keep posting – it’s such amazing work and I love the links to the stories!

    Becky.

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  15. annah says:

    your work is so inspring.

    I’ve left something for you on my blog (:
    http://fashionartandmess.blogspot.com/2008/02/think.html
    i hope that doesn’t sound weird, but please check it out if you have the time (:

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  16. oh, my goodness, you are so talented. i am gobsmacked. keep posting these!

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  17. Kristina says:

    I love the first one. So cute!
    Baba Yaga is creepy, but it’s great work.

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  18. Dee says:

    Great illustrations. I just love them! I’ve stumbled you :)

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  19. emma says:

    hello kristatomic (:
    this is my first look at your blog and im sure i will be obsessed very soon.
    the story about the russian snow girl; i love it! i have a very old and a very beauutiful old fairytales book (its dark mossgreen with golden stripes on it and a rearing white horse in the middle!) with old fairytales from all around the world and i especially love this russian one! it goes along with these wonderful drawings. the book is perhaps my greatest possession.

    love
    emma

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