Mural work, something I just started doing but would love to explore more!
A huge thanks goes out to Francesco Improta who gave me an invite to be a player, thank you so much;
over 2 years ago
Welcome to Dribbble Cecilia.
Thanks for the kind words :)
I like this a lot, but the snowflakes NEED to have some more variation. Kind of ruins the illusion when you can tell they're copied & pasted.
Very Cool! Welcome to Dribbble.
Makes me happy.
Sweet! Want to come paint my apartment? :)
I have to disagree with bruce, I think the snowflakes are fine and gives character to the style of the piece.
Nick: thank you so much for your comments, made me really happy! It's a hard balance of having repeated elements, but like you say, I wanted it to have a certain pattern kind of consistency, I'm glad you think that works!
Ene Dan: Thanx!
Dima Je: Thank you!
Francesco Improta: thank you! I'm very glad to be on here!
Debashis: Thank you so much, I'm excited to start using Dribble!
Bruce Freeby: thank you for the input. I must say I sometimes like repeating elements for a pattern like feeling, but I appreciate your feedback, and will keep it in mind to maybe have some changes made to each element in the future.
Mike: Yay! Thanks a lot!
Justen: I'm glad my piece made you happy, thank you!
Dan: I will let you know when I'm in the UK! :D
Lovely works on your website, crazy cat lady!
Such a cute illustration style.
Nice colors! And fox is very cute :)
Love handrown style, I like it
Nikita: meow, thank you much! :D i'm glad to hear that!
Nancy: thank you for liking my style!
Andrew: aww, my fox appreciates your kind words! :D
Jorge: thank you, I'm glad you like my style!
Like it a lot!
Love your work ! So bright and cute
@Bruce i disagree. It doesn't hurt the piece in any way. It might be another option, but the piece looks great regardless. Keep it up the good work Cecilia!
Inge: thank you!
Madelein: aww, thanks, I'm glad you enjoy it! :D
Brad: thank you so much for the compliment. I will try to keep it up, and I agree it could be another option which I will think about in future drawings, but that it works fairly well anyway in this case. :)
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