Haha, poor!! I like it very much, but... poor!!! xD
Poor? Maybe that's an inside joke or something? The bottle coloring looks so perfect - and the cork, too! What did you do this with? colored pencil??
ooo i likw rhia. I agree, I love the bottle coloring! xo
Josie: I think "poor" is a translation--from Spanish--and I am thinking it's slang for something that's off-beat? Just guessing.Also...yes, did it with colored pencil and a little pen & ink--added the shadow digitally.Thanks for your comment! Heather, too.-E.
love him in his bottle. Very cool and nicely creepy!!
Maybe by "poor" he means...poor little dude stuck in the bottlebecause, thats what I thoughtand yes wow- very lifelike bottle - looks as if i could just pick it up
Such a clever play on words, and the rendering of the glass and cork are spot on!
I like it,often when I text my kids it is like sending a message in a bottle cause if I don't get a reply I wonder did they get it? If I sent it with a messenger I'd be sure of it's delivery. Nice one.
I can see a beach littered by these little bottles, lost messages from our world of "I message, therefore I am." I like your entry very much! It has a lot of emotion.
Definitely poor little thing! (or simply "pobre" in Spanish:) It's fabulous, but even though I'm not particularly claustrophofic, I'm starting to panic just by looking at it ... great illo!
Hehehe! Nice twist Elizabeth. Terrific!
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Adorable! Just how is he going to get out!!
heh,heh...maybe "Let me out" is the message ;)
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