Sorry, but I wasn’t inspired by this topic. And it’s 4 a.m. Too bonked to know if this works or not. Thanks for checking it out, though. : ]
Inspired or not, it’s very entertaining.
Hilarious!!! Perfect work again!
I think it works!
Very nice, makes me laugh. Nicely draw too!
It works. Especially the Toronto in the snow one…
The whole thing is hilarious. Very nice.
Very cool. I love the tulip camo!
By the way, you might enjoy this Children’s Book podcast: http://www.justonemorebook.com/ There are occasionally interviews with the illustrators.
Also, I sketched at Church of the King the other day, don’t have anything online yet though.
hehehe. gotta love the the tulip cammies. perfect for tiptoeing!
bahahaha, TOO cute!
i especially love the netherlands flowers one!
Works for me. Of course, I may be biased. I can’t get enough Paula.
*watches all the pictures* Wow, I love them. I’m Dutch and a Tulip Camouflage Uniform is just what I needed. Thanks!
made me laugh! Very good and definitely inspired!
Can you please draw me a zebra in his pyjamas?
It’s because I’m going to have a pyjama-party next week.
Well, thank you, everyone, for letting me know this works (somewhat) and that you like ‘em.
Stephen: Ooh! COTK sketches….Looking forward to seeing them on your blog! Thanks for the link to the CB podcasts. Didn’t know about them so I’ll check that out!
MRB: Oh, yooou! Such the Kind of Compliments!
Emma: Uhmmmm….Well…May-be…. : )
Interesting how you can make something good about a subject that’s not up your alley. I like drawing soldiers and strange military gear, though I’m a peacenick, so I suppose that’s a conflict. (I don’t tell my peace friends about my military interests, and don’t try to convert my mainstream comics military fan friends to peace causes. And hardly anyone in my circle wants to hear about fantasy and science fiction. My circles of friends are small, but varied. Don’t think they could be in the same room with each other.
Tough to imagine an assignment from hell for me, because I’ll take on anything, but I suppose it would have to be some un-ironic teddy bear children’s merchandising character (with a political slant I didn’t approve of). Or else hard-edged engineering or graphic drawings, but they have computers to make all of those nowadays. Anything that’s too neat. I hate designing logos, I guess!
Er. my comment got spammed again!
Jack: Got it. : )
ellis: Merci boucoup!
Love the Holland camouflage. The grin is classic!
I always enojoy a chuckle when I visit your blog. THANKS!!!!
as usual, I got a big belly laugh from this, terrific.
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