Dec 19, 2010

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Last week we went to see The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. I loved it! Of course, there were a few things I would've done differently, but it's like that with pretty much any movie. Over all it was really great!! I just got so ridiculously happy at the beginning, when Lucy and Edmund got back into Narnia and saw Caspian again. *Happy sigh* I do so love Narnia!
And I really hope lots of people go to see this movie. I kind of think of it as telling Hollywood that we want more good Christian movies. And I think the more people that go to see this movie, the more Hollywood will get the message.
Anyway, in honor of the movie, I drew a picture of Aslan in my art journal! I took some pics as I went along, so you can see the progress. :)
Btw, it's done in color pencil, in case you were wondering.

 The finished picture:

And a closeup:


  1. Thank you! But erm, maybe you could do a *little* better than woving my picture?

  2. Oh. Uh....jk. Wow! They're amazing! You're quite an artist. You drew that freehand? Can you draw something for me? Pwetty pwease? (Dead serious here)

  3. THANK you. That's much better. :)
    And if you mean did I draw it just out of my head, then no. If I would have done that, it would have looked terrible! I copied a picture. Ahhh. Much better. :)
    Hmmmmm ... a drawing huh? For you huh? Weeeelll...
    You already got your Christmas present. But I'll think about it for your birthday or something. We'll see. :)
    *Evil laugh fading into background*

  4. You know, I was looking at those drawings again. It still amazes me! I love the way Aslan is looking right at me. Wow.

  5. Awwe ... thanks! A lot. Seriously. :)

  6. Great job Inna, love your stories and all your pictures. Especially the ones with the air pants. You are not serious are you? no food no water and still living?
    Great story

  7. Thank you! And yes, I am serious that they don't live in dirt! I do have to give them water though, and they get nutrients from the air. But that is it! Isn't it amazing?? They grow in the wild in more tropical places, where there is a lot of moisture in the air.
    Thanks for commenting!


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