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Posted by on May 25, 2011 in Blog, Books | 22 comments

Fables de la Fontaine. Book in Progress (post 35)

Fables de la Fontaine. Book in Progress (post 35)

 Fables de la Fontaine. Book in Progress (post 35)

This is going to be my last post about the book for now. I will leave the cover as an element for the future because that way we will have something nice to look forward in a few months. This year is going really fast so you will be seeing the cover sooner than you imagine. YAY!

Let’s this post end in a fun way with another little survey. This time I’m using the free Google survey system. (Thanks a lot Cynthia for the tip!).

But before I go I want to say: thanks a million from the bottom of my heart for having been with me during this intense creative time. Your comments and feedback really made a great difference. I deeply appreciate your interest and support. You’re a real friend to me.

See you on Monday with new adventures to share!

Elsita icon smile Fables de la Fontaine. Book in Progress (post 35)

22 Comments

  1. so difficult to choose a favorite!

  2. Hello, my name is Carla and I’m from Portugal. I want to congratulate you for the excellent work you do with paper,I love your work so much!
    I also like the way you communicate with readers of the blog.
    Sorry my English…
    Carla.

  3. I think we are the lucky/fortunate ones because you have so openly shared all of this with us. Thank you so much – and please keep us posted for the book release and when you do a showing of the original art work! You are the best – I wish you and your family a fund relaxing weekend!

  4. Thanks Elsita for taking us on this beautiful, creative trip. Just voted for the stork and the fox but it was difficult to decide.
    Have a gorgeous weekend and I’ll see you monday again.

  5. I love them all, but I think being pregnant and permanently hungry made me plum for the Country Mouse and Town Mouse… all that glorious food!!! I’ve loved every post, and look forward to your new adventures after the weekend!

  6. Oh Elsa, thanks a lot for sharing all this journey through your creating process! I’m feeling like when I read a great book and it comes to the end…all the pleasure and satisfaction mixed with a pinch of sadness for ending :P Really, it has been a great time, always looking forward to see what would come next. Thanks a lot. It’s a real pleasure coming here, not only for your beautiful work, but because of who you are.

  7. It was really hard to choose one, but one it is.
    Looking forward to your book!
    God Bless You, Your Family, Friends and Book Elsa!!!

  8. There are two that I love the most! Grasshopper and ant, and fox and stork… I just can’t decide!

  9. Hi Elsita!
    The book scenes are achingly beautiful. It’s been a real treat following the different creative stages.
    Thank you for sharing!!!
    Olivia

  10. We are the lucky because you have so openly shared all of this with us. Looking forward to your book! I can’t wait for your book to come out.

  11. Dear Elsita,
    You’re one of my all time favorite artists! I’m in love with all of these amazing papercuts, each has sweet and lovely details, gorgeous colors and it’s hard to pick a favorite! But I go for the stork and the fox :) Love the room, the picture on the wall and the stork’s boots, soooooo sweet! Oh and the lovely plant by the windowsill xo

  12. Truly truly truly beautiful! What a wonderful artist you are!
    I’m sorry I’ve been away for a long time, but we’ve just moved recently and things are just settling down around us. I have just started continuing my blog too.
    I love love love all your fabulous papercuts you’ve made for the book. Can’t wait for the finished product!
    x, Veronika

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