posted by carla at 12:06 PM
Carla, that is sooooo coooool!
very nice! happy new year, Carla, to you and everybody you care for!
Wow - I like the interactive flavouring!Happy New Year Carla!!!
that is so cool carla! love this lady! like the close up view and the colours you chose and the style. Always love your work!!! Have the happiest of New Years, carla.
Sooo different from what I´ve seen from you before. Very cool!Happy new creative year!
Very cool! It's great to see your different types of art work.Have a wonderful and creative new year!!!
She's a frisky thing, isn't she, changing colours according to mood. Reminds me almost of those dolls where you can make their hair long or short. Very ingenious.Bonne annee Carla!
i love it when it's so close úp like this. geometric lines there are
Ilove this. I like the one below it even more.
that's pretty neat stuff carla, she's a beauty...hope y'all have a great new year's!
Good stuff again! The rollover color-change effect is pretty friggin' sweet. :)Hope you have a splendid New Year.
Happy New year Carla!!I'm with everyone else...this is pretty cool.And my you have been a busy gal.I absolutley love the new banner and see you are setting up a new web site. Cool!Have a wonderful night.
hey, that's pretty cool! happy new year!
this may be one you already have, but it's a great idea. the roll-over is the icing on the cake. i just saw your holiday entry, the is great it looks like scratch board the way you did it, very nice. where did you find those markers? i'm really wanting to try them after seeing what you did. also, i agree with what you said about drawing time. there never seems to be enough quality creation time, and it is very special when it can be found.
WOW - I would love to know how you did THAT! That's so much fun - great illo... also I loved your gel pen girl below - again, the intricacy is something I wish I could put more of into my drawings... I am not so painstaking though! :) Happy New Year
Happy New Year, Carla! ( cool illo!)
i love your banner!
I imagine the flavor in this lips...:0)Happy new year
Different and cool. "Whis I could do this magic on the colours"....Happy New Year!
THis is very cool!! Lovely illo as always!! Happy New YEAR!
This is great, I like the colours and the click-trick is very neat. Tried it many times.
Carla,Happy 2006! Wow, Your entry is so cool. You are a lady of great talent. I am impressed!
Oooh-so very neat! Just like a mood ring. Well done and quite fun too.
I made the colours change on this image for 17 hours. Thank you.
Very nice. Happy New Year.
Neat and very fluid. Bravo.
brava carla! i love your illo!thanks for your kinfd comment maybe I'm not so original if in my broccolino english ( pure goodfellas style) I wish you a fantastic new year but i do it !simonehttp://simonefrasca.blog.tiscali.it/
You are always full of surprises! I LOVE this one, I didn't do any holiday blogs this year as I also took time off! Happy New year, love those colours on your Holiday one!
Ha! Great! Could have been used for the 'surprise' theme. I like the colors.
Gorgeous! Love the colors and composition!
Carla, love to see a new style! Very cool!
Very amazing!Love her hair^^
Carla, very flavourful! Happy New Year!
Surely the flavor of mystery, Carla.Love the changing mood behind a veil. Really well done.
ps someone's redecorated their blog header for the new year, very nice....::::-)
Hey, that's great! Hope your New Year is well!
Happy New Year, Carla! This is an ingenious picture, and cleverly connected to the topic. I'd say it was about "the flavour of Love," except she has such an ambivalent/nonchalant look to her :). The composition is wonderful - very strong use of black shapes and spot colours, and a sense of being made as a print!
How cool is this--interactive color. I really like how you draw women, they look mysterious (as they should.) Happy New Year!
Bravo! Happy New Year!
Love the red lips and the blue eye shadow...takes me back to fun days gone by.Thanks for dropping by to visit the kitties blog and mine. We enjoy your visits and your blog...luv you web site also. Will you be selling some of your artwork or copies of your work? Happy New Year to you and your family!The Whippy Curly Tails in the Toasty South=^..^=
wow!! Very nice effect!! as always I do like your style, and now it comes double ;D Happy New Year
Carla, Great interactive illo. The flavors of the new year are expressed very elegantly. Thanks for sharing!Cheers,Edna
This is SO different from your customary illustrations! You've been hiding at least some of your skills (the interactive wizardry) under a bushel! I'm not sure she looks particularly sweet, though.
So coooooooool~~~ @.@
hey carla , Thanks for the nice comment you left on my illustration , thought i would pop over to see your entry and I am so jealous you can work out all that flash animation stuff lol . Love all of your drawings , keep up the fab work .
funky looking, although I do see a resemblance to your own photo somwehat (we all end up drawing ourselves subconciously)
I love your new banner, very you or at least the you I know through this blog. Very cool digital entry this week. I received a tablet mouse for Christmas that came with a ton of software and I am hoping to learn to draw digitally too. Hope you are well. Happy New Year!
You are really COOOOL Carla! Love this magic.
Carla, I have to say this was a surprise. This image is very bold and it took command of my screen - I guess I am use to seeing the very elegant and serene women you illustrate. I love the colors and how she commands attention. Also, the banner is absolutely beautiful! Beautiful color choice.
Wow, how cool and fun! I like the idea of flavor as color!
What a great fun piece - and floats my "digital" boat, so to speak :-)Thanks for the recent comment on my blog about the recent work. Your feedback and comments are always much appreciated. Happy 2006 to you and yours!art cheerMarie
Happy New year Carla! It feels good when you experiment..:)I like the yellow transparency that you did to cover misteriously her eye. Also, BEAUTIFUL new banner!-Marjorie Ann/Majeak Ann
Ha! very cute!Good idea!
That is soooo cool!! She's spicy! :)
I like it alot, thats awesome how you get it to change colors like that! Happy New Year!
You've got a great style...beautiful work! Love the interactive aspect!
Wow, that mouse over effect is really great!Greetings from NL.
HOW I MUST KNOW i need answers ladyoh and if your not my friend i can't turn you to stone-ret0p
Wow! This one is utterly different from a lot of your previous pieces in style. I must say that I like this one quite a bit, but, don't let up on the Egyptian-themed ones. I love those.
Brooke loved her present, thanks for asking! I really like this piece, its different and I like how the colors change!
CREATIVE!! That's soooo awesome - I love this! I can seee that I'm not alone on that thought - 61 comments! wow
62 comments!! My word woman, you have quite a following! Your Flavor piece is wonderful, as always. Your are very talented!
this is a nice piece, i like how her lips change colour,
So origina girl! LOVE it!
Great Illustration & it's interactive. Your work always amazes me Carla. I can't wait to see what you do next!
Spot on with your observations. Thanks for the kind words. Your older work as well as your new shows a unique flavor and creative power that you have in illustration. Looking forward to next week!
Very Cool! This Illo does seem a departure from your others, but still very, very nice. Best of luck in the new year!
I have to second seth russell; you constantly surprise and amaze me. Thanks for that! :0)
Wow, what a nice surprise. You've really raised the bar for us all with this one. I can't wait to see how long it takes for people to catch on to this interactive illo thing.
Hi Carla, Happy New Year! This illo is fun and she could be some out of space movie star!
Great image! And thanks for leaving the comment on my blog.
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