(with thanks to our friend Clive Archer for the gag!)
Below: submitted to Illustration Friday for ‘Memories’
Submitted to Illustration Friday for ‘Canned’
This was my first idea last week for ‘Enough’ but I adhere to the advice one given to me never to use my first idea; but that person didn’t say I had to leave it lying around under the coffee cup.
Above: submitted to Illustration Friday for: ‘Enough’
This is an idea that has been entertaining me for some time (if you are wondering what I’m up to, Google Walter Richard Sickert’s painting ‘Ennui’ [boredom] and get a bit of free art history).
Above: another take on foggy, just for fun (click to enlarge!)
Above: submitted to Illustration Friday for ‘Sour’
Wacom teaches Granny some new tricks
(click to enlarge)
Above: submitted to Illustration Friday for “Fierce”
Below: submitted for Illustration Friday “Hoard”
And here’s one from my best, multi-talented friend, Iona, who may soon have her own site!
Eventually Mrs Penguin did confess on the Ophra Winfrey show that the children did indeed all have different fathers.
Above: For Illustration Friday ‘Punchline’
Above: “Forgotten” or “Divine Inspiration” submitted to Illustration Friday
Above: Submitted to Illustration Friday ‘Baby’
Above: “Worry” submitted to Illustration Friday
Above: The jogger who could not afford an iPod
Above: Twuckwide, the muse for this week’s word (wide); probably better than the finished article
Below: The curse of the cargo pants
The Golden Age of the Illustrator
Below: Waiting for the IF word
Above: Submission for Illustration Friday “Wide”
Below: A second take on ‘Electricity’ inspiried by the current events in the US
Above: for Illustration Friday ‘Seed’
Above: am I alone in this?
Above: Postscript – so I had to use the one I got for my birthday to go into the camper (sad or what?)
Above: ‘Wrinkles’ for Illustration Friday
Above: An extra cartoon about the word “whatever”
Above: ‘Save’ (for Illustration Friday)
Above: Pet Peeves
Above: Pet Peeves II
Above: Illustration Friday Image ‘Heavy’
Above: Illustration Friday image ‘Leap
Above: Walcot Street, Bath
Above: He simply walked away (a sadder picture)
Above: Partied Out (featuring one of my favourite characters)