Friday, November 21, 2008

Illustration Friday - opinion

My opinion is that things that happen to us when we are young can have a profound effect on us as adults. :-) Happy early Thanksgiving everyone!!

Oh, and the reference to Ammon Perry's illustrations can be seen here. :-)

33 comments:

  1. you are so right, and even if we forgot something happened to us it still works on and on and on......

    nice one! :)

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  2. the peanuts gang is ever important to me....remember the old dolly madison commercials that played during the peanuts' specials?

    fyi: thanksgiving special is on tuesday and christmas special is on monday dec 8th

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  3. so whe sare the same opinion after all! (but nice as usual!)

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  4. Snoopy happened to us all!

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  5. Wonderful.... I guess there's a bit of Snoopy in all of us.

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  6. A sage philosophy and an excellent take on the prompt!

    (BTW, you're tagged!)

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  7. Sad but true... What happened to you?
    Snoppy is a champ at all this! Chin Up!!!

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  8. I totally agree with you!

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  9. I share your opinion!

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  10. Yes, this is so true. I had a 6 grade art teacher who didn't like a piece I was very proud of – it took until my senior year to return to my love of art and begin to find confidence with my talent. I'm happy you had love and support at a young age...and it shows Go Snoopy!

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  11. Very philosophical and true. Cute Snoopy.

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  12. "Good grief"...I loved the entire Charlie Brown gang. Great rendition of Snoopy. Also, thank you for the reading challenge. ;)

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  13. A blessing and a curse. Lovely combo.

    Get zapped - your teacher wasn't by any chance named Miss Grossman? That woman was pure evil.

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  14. i like your handwriting!!

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  15. So can you do the Snoopy laugh?.....

    Great post!

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  16. i don't have any clever things to say, but this is heartwarming. evoked some good memories.

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  17. RATS! I was afraid of that.

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  18. Great stuff Willie!

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  19. i had more of He man than snoopy... more of the telly than newspapers... and now more of calvin and hobbes... and yes... they did have quite an effect on me... :)

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  20. Awe, Snoopy is the BEST!!

    What a very talented 7 year old.

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  21. beautiful post. I love Ammon's stuff too!

    I like how you laid this out..nice!

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  22. *giggles*

    The handwriting is fantastic. I'm so envious. =) (yours, not your mom's!)

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  23. and that's my opinion too. 100%

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  24. thank you for reminding me that somewhere in my old sketch books lives a very similar drawing…

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  25. nice likeness. I used to love drawing Snoopy when I was a kid. Wish I had sketches to see like that from back then. awesome!

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  26. I sure do remember this picture and I seem to remember you drawing horses too. I always knew you had the talent...

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  27. Right, childhood experience cannot be carelessly dismissed.
    *You drew very well when you were 7. How sweet of your mom to save it and label it. Her handwriting (leaning to the right and tall), showed a compassionate and idealistic personality.

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  28. just to agree the comment before!Love it!

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  29. I agree with you!
    I like your illo.

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  30. Thanks Willie, great work on Snoop Dawg.

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  31. I made the same drawings at 9!

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie