Thursday, January 1, 2009

New Years Illustration...

While surfing through some blogs, links from blogs, and more links (you know how you find interesting sites that lead to more interesting sites?), I came across this blog call "Organized Doodles" by Rick Green. He has a giveaway sign up going on until January 4th, so if you enjoy cartoon illustrations, go check him out and sign up for his giveaway. This New Year Baby 2009 illustration is one of his illustrations.
2009 Baby New Year ~ Rick Green © 2008-09
Isn't he cute?
I hope that you all are having a nice holiday. I'm still enjoying some down time to relax and enjoy time off from work.


  1. Hello Beth,
    Like you I follow links and comments on blogs. That is how I ended up here. :-)
    I love your Eiffel Tower piece. I hope to have some spare time this winter to play with mixed media. I have a stash of dried grasses, plants and other goodies I would like to embed into a painting. But first I need to work on some cp pieces - I need entries for the CPSA exhibition and as you no doubt know, the deadline is the end of March. Yikes.
    Anyway, I have enjoyed my visit ('Jessica's Thoughts' is really lovely) and I shall be back.
    Happy New Year!!

  2. I follow Rick Greens Organized Doodles and get a real kick out of them.

    Like you, I too follow links and comments on blogs. I call it Blog-Hopping. When I have a few precious moments to myself I spend the time Blog-Hopping and find the most interesting things.

    This, I believe, is how I found you.

    Thanks for sharing.


  3. Happy New Year to you also, Beth!! Wishing you peace and lots of ETSY sales!! :)
    Todd in Santa Fe

  4. Thank you Beth for the "heads up" on the post and for your very kind words, AND for the link. As you can tell, I'm a big blog hopper too. Be careful reading too much of my blog - it could possible hurt your vision.

    Stay "Tooned."


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