always very clever post, you are a special illustrator!love your art!
The quote makes me think that in cities we often don´t know where the wind is blowing from, it is just there, kicking up the dust. Would that be why a lot of urban folk is often confused, unknowing where to adjust their sail to? :)As to your post below, I am voting for a link to all the pics. I´d be very curious to see more pictures from your trip. Great that a dream came true for you, going to see the Cheetahs in Africa!
Remember... cheetahs never prosper.
I see floaty dandelion seeds.
It's definitely possible! I see wind...Subliminal message maybe? :)
hhhhm, i see some swirls and a leaning flower. works for me willie!
It does look like floating dandelion seeds in the wind. And some windmills at least that is what I decided.
dub-ya! glad you're back!!! : .)
love ur happy drawings
hurrah, you're back, nice to see your little purple face again.that last silouett-y pic on your blog is awesome... i was doing a sunset on the savanna-esque illustration yesterday at work that looked remarkably similar so ye, more pic links please.a.
my hey willie, just thought i'd drop by to say hi. tom dennis
You made me smile, that's enough for me. Very happy drawings indeed :)
I always enjoy your simple zany line work.
hehe there's so much admiration out there for you, that I do believe you could get away with anything you like ;DThat's not to say that this illo isn't cool. It is! As always.
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie