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"La la la!"(c) Ginny Tilby 2013Graphite on Paper and PhotoshopFrom book:  You Should, You Should!




"Spin?"
(c) Ginny Tilby 2013
Graphite on Paper and Photoshop
From book:  You Should, You Should!





"Oh My, Your Spot!"
(c) Ginny Tilby 2013
Graphite on Paper and Photoshop
From book:  You Should, You Should!







"You Are What You Eat"
(c) Ginny Tilby 2010
Acrylic on illustration board






"Please Mr. Owl" 
(c) Ginny Tilby 2011
Acrylic on Paper




"I Am Beautiful"
(c) Ginny Tilby 2011
Acrylic on illustration board






"My Pet Hippopotamus" 
(c) Ginny Tilby 2011
Acrylic on illustration board



"A Ring at the End of His Nose" from Owl and the Pussycat 
(c) Ginny Tilby 2011
Acrylic on illustration board







"Flight of Music" 
(c) Ginny Tilby 2010
Acrylic on canvas









"Just Dance"
 (c) Ginny Tilby 2011
Acrylic on illustration board




"Santa's Elves"
(c) Ginny Tilby 2011
Acrylic on illustration board





"Toad Thief" from Thumbelina
(c) Ginny Tilby 2011
Gouache on illustration board










"Alive at Night"
(c) Ginny Tilby 2011
Graphite and watercolor on illustration board




16 comments:

  1. You are very talented.

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  2. Dear Ginny,

    I like your artwork very much! And congratulations on your book being accepted for publication by Familius. Best wishes!

    I wrote the award-winning book for kids about bullying, How the Moon Regained Her Shape (Sylvan Dell, 2006), which is now out in its third edition.

    Best wishes!
    Janet Heller
    website is http://www.redroom.com/author/janet-ruth-heller

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    1. Janet I just checked out your website and read all about "How the Moon Regained Her Shape." What a beautiful story. I love it, and I believe it applies to many if not all of us. Thanks for checking out my story, and for your best wishes! I appreciate it. It's my first time and I'm still a student. Looks like you're quite renowned... ("She teaches English and Women's Studies courses for Western Michigan University. She is President of the Michigan College English Association") and your comment means a lot coming from you. Thanks. :)

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  3. Beautiful work Ginny:) Very proud of you!:)

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  4. Wow! Ginny you are incredible!!!! I love your soap bubble baby - I think I'll show it to my kids... you know, just as a reminder.... You are so inspiring. I love your style. Gorgeous.

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    1. Tammy!!! I feel ever so privileged to have my best friend since 2nd grade commenting on my blog :D. I feel like you're a part of most of this stuff. You were half my childhood and all the good parts!! Glad you like. :) Love you.

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  5. You're going to start drawing for fun? It would appear you can draw for much more than fun. Impressive work!

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    1. Aw. Thanks Anthon :) Sure appreciate you taking the time!!

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  6. You have some fun and inventive work here. I think you have a future in children's illustration. Good luck.

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  7. Your illustrations are fabulous. All the best luck in the world to you.

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  8. Hi Ginny, I love your work, So colorful and full of motion, your characters are full of life :)

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    1. Aw thanks Sergio!! I'm glad you like them, and what a nice compliment. :)

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