Friday, March 17, 2006

Illustration Friday - Feet

And these are not my feet

25 comments:

  1. great illo!
    I saw 'pink' the other day and forgot to comment so here it is: Love it! so sweet yet so sad.
    I love that you can take a simple word and make such an interesting piece out of it.
    Hope you don't mind, I might give it a try.

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  2. This is very lovely.... and very emotive...
    MD

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  3. Since I like to wear everything but nude I would refuse to admit that, too :)

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  4. so it is not your feet. Mmm? makes me wonder if there are other things yours and not!

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  5. This is excellent, makes me think of Magritte's "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" or "This is not a pipe". I like your take on the topic, very original.

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  6. I love your drawings, really nice lines.

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  7. I love your drawings too. Yet they're simple, they show so much emotions - especially this one. It's not you - and it's not your feet! Who is it???

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  8. Ur absolutely right! I think I've watched too much TV...and now I can't get the Gilligan's Island theme off my head, aaaaaaarggggg!!!!
    Pure talent dude, I love your work!

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  10. It is an old part of me. The part that let fear run my life. So it's me, but it's not me. :-)

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  11. And this is not a comment.... Oh yes it is.... Love the oneline drawing! Very expressive!

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  12. Love your spontaneity!

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  13. That's awesome. I love the style.
    love

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  14. I love words in drawings and I also like your simplicity. Thanks for visiting my IF piece - hey, we both used "not" today!
    'zann

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  15. It aint the foots that caught me attention.

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  16. p.s. I added you to the Pigpile on the Spinning Bed (daily reads & faves). I hope that's not too forward. I'm not taking my top off for you, so stop asking.

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  17. Why does he always cry in the buff? -o o-

    Crying is best done in pink chenille with small feline nearby to gaze up in wonder... the only way to boo hoo, natch! ; ) Then consume chocolate ice cream, provide snack for feline & play tear-jerker movie--last tears to roll 4 sure! (Get short movie... Titanic type too long... U may forget what you were cry'in bout!)

    Smooch,
    The Tart

    BTW... feet are very toe-ish, well done... bring your feet by my place, little goddess needs new
    boyfriend. Ex is part of island landscape now. ; (

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  18. Oh, I'm so relieved! I'd be worried. Great drawing, though!

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  19. I like your funny, avantguard-like drawing style...you got a nice sketchbook indeed!

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  20. Hah! And here I thought, at first glance, that you were flashing us! Looks kind of like Malcom McDowell in _A Clockwork Orange_.

    I love your "Pink". The buried pen is hilarious. I have five of the same pen, my favorites. The manufacturer doesn't make them anymore, so I don't let anyone touch my 5 pens. My boyfriend always wants to use them to make grocery lists. (Och! My heart.) I don't like to think about the time when my favorite pens run out. I feel your pain, Willie. Be strong.

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  21. that eyeball is so sad. looks like this poor fellow is about to crumple in on himself in sorrow.

    i like the door too. suprise! the answer is never that easy.

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  22. Great lines. I see a Miro between your legs. Could be worse, Picasso cubism. Or Jackson Pollack's "Blue Pole". Ouch!

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  23. Such beautiful fluid lines. Love your work.

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  24. Ok well since this isn't you I can't say you've got a very interesting there. No, not there, there.

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie