June 18, 2012

A Secret Life

Mr. Tweety -- the Walter Mitty of the orinthological world ;)

copyright 2012 Elizabeth Rose Stanton

54 comments:

  1. Nice! I love the shifty eyes.

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  2. Hahaha! So great! Definitely has the shifty eyes. Even the careful bend of his wing is a bit shifty. Lovely and hilarious.

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  3. Everything is perfect, except wait... no grasping toes for hanging upside down in the caves. AW shucks, only half a bat.

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    1. Ted...best not to make assumptions. You can't see through his shoes. I did that on purpose. His grasping toes are a SECRET.

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  4. Hey, Elizabeth Rose!
    Hey, Elizabeth Rose!
    this is fun!
    very fun!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I like it when the joke, is not 100% in the illustration, or in the text, the joke, as in this case, is formed in the mind of the reader, after seeing the picture and read what you write
    because if you see only the picture is not funny, and if you read only the text, is not funny, but the concatenation of both yes it is!!!
    I do not know if I explained well my concept.
    Congratulations, and thanks for stopping by mki blog!

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  5. and is that a skull on his walking stick? this is funny Elisabeth Rose!

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  6. Absolutely brilliant and hilarious! His eyes, the bat wings, the skull-topped walking stick - all wonderful, Elizabeth!!!

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  7. and is Mr. Tweety up to no good?

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  8. Thanks for visiting my blogs! :)
    I absolutely love your characters!!
    He is up to something..!

    Cheers,
    Junko

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  9. oohh How I can imagine the undercover life of the sinister secret agent Inspector Tweety (or Mr Tweety to those not privy to this information!)

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  10. LOVE your illustrations! Thanks for visiting my blog, and leaving me such kind comments. I will return!

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  11. See? I always knew cuteness had an evil, dark side. Kinda like how Good 'N Plenty candies can look so tempting yet taste so bad...

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  12. Is he going to break into song and dance a lá Danny Kaye?

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  13. Oh lovely mysterious character Mr tweety! Love the secretive naughtiness in his eyes!!!

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  14. Haha love his expression! And the skull walking stick is deadly :) lovely illustration!

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  16. He is SOOOOOO cool! I love him! I want to be him!!

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  17. :-), I think Mt Tweety wants to rule the world. I´m scared,he has a stick with a skull!
    Very nice Elizabeth!

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  18. Hello Elizabeth:
    We recognise that look. And, notwithstanding the rather smart but sinister cane, the likes of Mr. Tweety are to be avoided if one does not wish to be hoodwinked. Even the position of the wings suggest something to be concealed. Definitely not to be trusted!

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  19. Really funny illustration. I like the way you kept the secret covered :D

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  20. Very cool! I love this little guy!

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  21. I had to do a search to learn that ornithology is the study of birds. Love that you added that tag! This illustration is really funny; I love Mr. Tweety's face. He looks like he's waiting for the last person to leave so he can get on with his secret stuff!

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  22. Ooooooo..... a secret NIGHT LIFE, no doubt!!! And does he run around with that adorable HENNY? I can only imagine the trouble they get into!!! HELLO THERE DEAR ELIZABETH! Anita

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  23. The personality - the look....!!! =D I've been looking at him for HOURS (okay, not hours but, definitely, many MINUTES), now! There's so much in him to see and we're drawn in....

    I just had to look up 'Walter Mitty' (a name I've heard before - thank you so much Google - phew!) and that adds the final, very funny piece to the puzzle!

    Wonderful!

    =]

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  24. I think Mr Tweety knows he's been rumbled, he's looking very sly. Great work and always fun!

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  25. I absolutely love this illustration! That stick is just great. And it's funny, I can't take Mr. tweety that serious in his scary looks ;-)

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  26. Oh my goodness -- and brilliant at that! Funny and incorrigible at the same time!

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  27. I want the t-shirt. I have to have the t-shirt -- I LOVE this little guy!

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  28. He's only pretending, there's a cheeky look included in the derring-do peek, and his stick is only for show. Be nice to him.

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  29. Tweety needed to toughen up his image anyway. Cool!

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  30. Ornithology...haha...good one.. bats are mammals.
    Got him, that sneaky Mr. Tweety.

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  31. thanks for passing by!
    he looks very mysterious!
    great!

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  32. Very fun--love the cane top and the evil curl of that one wing!

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  33. Ha ha, love the secretive Mr Tweety, i am sure he would have some very interesting stories to tell if he wasn't so secretive! :)

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  34. he used to apply concealer to cover dark circles under the eyes? :D

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  35. Half canary, half bat...What a brilliant combination! He'd be a great character in a children's book. :)

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  36. Wonderful illustration, Elizabeth!:D
    the look...!I wonder what is he thinking?
    hugs.

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  37. He is definitely up to something! I like his little feet!

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  38. Mr. Tweety with a dark side! Who knew!!! Love it!!!!

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  39. Let's just see that ol puttytat try to get Tweety now! It almost looks as if he's waiting for him!
    Happy Summer...
    xo J~

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  40. Sorry I'm behind on peeps posts - again.

    He is lovely. Wasn't Walter Mitty a dreamer? Telling stories about what he had(not)done?

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  41. ohhh spooky Mr. Peeps! Love it! This is great! :D

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  42. Don't we all - even smaller ones :) This is witty!

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  43. I love the juxtaposition of innocence and darkness.

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  44. Fantastic:)Love his expression:)

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  45. Got the recommendation from over at Suze's blog. I am happy she pointed you out because your art makes me giggle. Count me in!

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