RubHubble

My favourite site has disappeared for a while. Now I can’t say to Big-P as I check my daily bookmarks, “let’s see what’s going on over at the hub!” knowing full well that he hasn’t updated. But I will go back to look as this photo regularly.

15 Responses to “RubHubble”

  1. verashiro@hotmail.com

    Beautiful new design! What a chic loobylu for winter. Cute little astronaut!

  2. enuwy@yahoo.com

    I really love the new illo… the textures are really cool… you’re really getting better and better

  3. ivresinge@yahoo.com

    meanwhile, all the readers who don’t realize what side of the earth you’re on scratch their heads and say “man, she’s kinda nutty, it’s nowhere near winter…”

  4. crankydesigner@yahoo.com.au

    The direction your illustrations are taking reminds me so much of the ones in little story books I had when I was a kid, or was it the cartoons back then! The speckles, the cut-out look, and that edging? All looks so good in it’s own right, but makes me feel a little nostalgic as well. It’s really interesting watching your stuff develop too. Thanks for sharing it with everyone 🙂

  5. dekent@shaw.ca

    I bought a little child’s bowl in the flea market yesterday. On the bottom of the bowl was a boy and two girls dancing in a farmyard with two little ducks. There was the alphabet all around the upper rim.
    The children look slightly “loobylu-ish”

  6. loobylu@loobylu.com

    ooh Ada – that sounds very cool. I have a penchant for children’s crockery. Are you able to take a photo of it some time?

  7. lynne@gingermog.com

    I’m also intrigued by your textures, are these created in Illustrator?
    I’m an animator and usually all the characters I’ve worked with are always designed in block colour. I think, because it’s easier and quicker to recreate.Excuse my lack of tech info, but can can you make a palette/swatch of textures that you can quickly apply or is each one painstakingly applied?

  8. elena@frenchtoastgirl.com

    Loving the new look — I really enjoyed reading about Mary Blair last month. I’m getting influenced by Eric Carle and Leo Lionni these days with all the children’s books I’ve been reading with Sophie.

  9. tumblebelly@yahoo.com

    my daughter had a similar problem with her hearing test, a month later she still failed it so far the health visiters have just said they think she can hear it but choices to ignore it

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