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The first one is so cute.

WendyB replied almost 12 years ago.

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

zuzupetal replied almost 12 years ago.

I love your pics.

Helen replied almost 12 years ago.

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

Lil replied almost 12 years ago.

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

mette replied almost 12 years ago.

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 :)

Mayken replied almost 12 years ago.

how exquisite!

it’s good to have you back :) xx

van replied almost 12 years ago.

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….

Tamsin replied almost 12 years ago.

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 (:

eugene replied almost 12 years ago.

These are fantastic! You are very talented!

Linda replied almost 12 years ago.

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!

Ami replied almost 12 years ago.

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

Love your stuff and glad you’re back!

xxx

Helen K replied almost 12 years ago.

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 :)

chloe replied almost 12 years ago.

lovely

Ashley replied almost 12 years ago.

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.

Becky replied almost 12 years ago.

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 (:

annah replied almost 12 years ago.

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

joanna goddard replied almost 12 years ago.

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

kristina replied almost 12 years ago.

Oh, wonderful!

Helena replied almost 12 years ago.

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

dee replied almost 12 years ago.

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

emma replied almost 12 years ago.

wow!!

Prêt-à-Porter P replied almost 12 years ago.

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Hi, I'm Kris. This is an archive of my blog as it was from 2007 to 2014. It's no longer updated but feel free to browse through the past.

 

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