I asked Julia to draw a dog (a French bulldog — not a poodle!), and she draws a llama skeleton….and, as always, it looks hungry.
I’d like to think Claire trusts me with MOST things. When she sent me to Oregon to find a place to live, she sent my brother along to be sure I didn’t do anything…well, not bad necessarily…just weird. Her criteria was a good school district. Mine was a big tree or a funky space that I could make into my man cave. One of the places we looked at had about a zillion trees that were each about a zillion feet tall. If one of them fell, it would easily break the poor little house into a zillion pieces.
ps – The title of this post comes from the movie Some Kind of Wonderful.
This is an elf trying to figure out how to get some toilet paper.
I can honestly say I miss New York….or miss some things about it. The Northwest and I are far more compatible. But I had a good fling with the big city. Even taking into consideration all the museums, galleries, world attractions of various kinds, the thing I miss most is the sunset on the rickety old rooftop water towers.
I made some limited edition prints of the water towers drawing. Have a look here.
Julia got such a great reaction from her x-ray drawing that she’s been doing a lot more. This is an x-ray that includes the head. There used to be a square around it indicating that it is indeed an x-ray.
Julia came and gave me this drawing she did of an x-ray.
Get your shirt here.
This is a Julia’s pregnant alligator:
…and no, we are not making any announcements at this time.
Some of you mistakenly thought Pixar was caught slipping a little with Wall-e. I personally loved the movie and so did the drunken midgets. Here are Julia’s recent Wall-e inspired arts.
Julia has been drawing horses lately. I asked her what these two were doing and she answered, “This is a picture of two unicorns fighting over a carrot and a sugar cube.” The one on the right is one ferocious unicorn.