Saturday, May 17, 2008

Creating a post









22 comments:

Nancy said...

I love your work!! Bill Moyers is one of my heroes, too.

freebird said...

It's fun to see your process. I enjoy every visit here.

bobbie said...

Really interesting to see the process as it happens. Obvious why you can't do more than one a week. I'm amazed that you can do that many.

I knew Bill Moyers would be pleased.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Thanks for giving us a peek inside your process.

Sandpiper said...

Absolutely wonderful! I wish I had that much imagination and talent. It's delightful and fun!

Sacred Suzie said...

Thank you for sharing your process with us, it was fascinating! I love that it shows just how much time, effort, thought and talent goes into each of your images. You're amazing Caroline.

EMBELLISHER said...

Thanks for taking us through the process.I look forward to your posts each week and the subjects are so varied and intersting.

Beth said...

Thanks for sharing the process, I always look forward to seeing what you share each week. The illustrations and the words tell powerful and funny stories.

It's nice to know that Bill Moyers is as smart as he seems on TV.

Selma said...

The process is everything. I am thrilled about Bill Moyers. Good for you!

Ginnie said...

Another great post, Caroline! Keep it up. Hugs.

Marlena Dietrich said...

Dahlink,
It's always fun to peek behind the scenes. In Paris I saw one of Proust's manuscripts. It was all marked up so you could barely read it. It helped me understand the choices that go into making good art. Thanks for sharing this.

Pam said...

I've just been catching up, your blog is such a wonderful journey. In my mind's eye I had pictured your process of creating... I wasn't too far away from the actuality. Thank you for sharing.

Lana Gramlich said...

Cool on Bill Moyers and the process. You make it seem so easy, although I know that's not the case!

Lana Gramlich said...

BTW, did you ever consider approaching the local newspaper about perhaps doing a strip, or is that too overwhelming to consider?

david mcmahon said...

Wonderful. You would love the art of Michael Leunig, a former colleague of mine.

HEALTH NUT WANNABEE MOM said...

Super! Love it and wish I could draw like that! Loved reading your blog.

BendingPeak said...

I just found your blog through suzie, and LOVE love love it. What a wonderful way to express yourself, and share it with the world.

Nazu Tonse said...

What a lovely blog! Found you via Priya's blog and am happy that I did. Specially loved the Bill Moyers post .. both his words and your illustration of it.

You're an inspiration!

Christine said...

Wow! You are good. I had to draw a lot in college- and always struggled with it!

mon@rch said...

I just love your post and this one helps us understand everything you go through in developing one! Bravo!

T.R. said...

Not only is your work brilliantly captivating but the quiet inspiration that runs through it touches people in ways they don't even comprehend. Above all, I find that your posts celebrate the common humanity that is inherent in all of us. And in highlighting that common thread within the golden spark of your pure truth -- I love the ever so slight hint of a moral obligation I come away with that inspires me to be more and do more. I think you for that. You are a modern day Hafiz - your art is pure poetry in motion. And now I am off to the park to try that crane pose in my feeble attempt at tai chi, thanks to you.

Susan Gets Native said...

Holy Moly.
How did I ever miss this blog?????? Why didn't someone point me in the right direction?
Wow. Like Wow.