July 1, 2013

Equality

The Illustration Friday topic this week is, "Equality."
This maybe a bit of a stretch, but it's what popped into the ol' noggin:


watercolor and pencil on watercolor paper


49 comments:

  1. Alllll Righty!!! I would really like to take a tour of you noggin. :) I love this illustration!

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    1. Kathryn dear -- you might regret that. But! I'm glad you like this :)

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  2. Thank you for your visit and kind words.. So nice to meet you..
    Thanks for the laugh! This is great.
    fondly,
    Penny

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  3. Haha, this is so funny! We all wonder how our children will become. He has the sweet, shy mouth of his father, but I wonder how his mother looks. Bye!

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    1. Re: his mother-- I don't think we want to know. Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Brilliant! I love the expressions.

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  5. Its a far cry from Henny! But your Noggin is a flexible resource Liz! I love this...its a hit!

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    1. Your opinion matters, Mr. MacGregor--so I appreciate your observations :)

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  6. YOU are so, so good, Elizabeth Rose Stanton! Equality....teheeeeee....a three-eyed monster to a man? Sure, there are some individuals who would fit the bill, I KNOW IT!

    OH my dear, thank you for coming by to visit! I wish you continued fun and success with your colorful wonders and I bet Miss Henny is just loving being on the book stands!!!!! I am so tickled for ya...

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    1. Thanks, Anita. Yes, Henny is tickled at being up on the virtual book stands. Her true, physical, debut is still January. Still seems so far off. sigh.

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  7. I see both really equals!!!! :)

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    1. . . . well, at least as far as their office attire goes. The little guy is not so sure ;) Thanks for stopping by, Roberto!

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  8. The Engineer works with a guy like that... ;-)

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  9. I just have this huge smile on my face.

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    1. I so love that you love my silliness, S. You rock. xo

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    1. Well, PurpleMonster thinks he is, anyway ;)

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  11. This really made me laugh as I often get my rather rigidly-taught little English learners to draw what I tell them - and I often say 'He's very tall, he has a large head, three eyes, big ears and spiky hair'! They baulk at the three eyes usually but then get into the spirit of it! Like you have! Axxx

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    1. Thanks, Annie! I figure, if two are good, then three must be better! And who doesn't want to be purple? I love your creativity in prompting your kids :)

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  12. He looks like a nice guy in a monstery sort of way!
    Works well for 'equality'

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    1. Thanks, Cathy. Yes, I think so, too-- in that monstery, dorky kind of way ;)

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  13. Haha! I love his purple feet. The matching outfits are too cute!

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    1. Purple monsters HAVE to have purple feet, right? Thanks, Cindy!!

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  14. Hey, it's a pic of my old boss! That guy was nothing short of a monster. So happy I left that job, and still hold dear the look on his face when I gave him my two weeks notice. It's something that I'll always treasure...

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    1. No doubt all his eyes were wide with disbelief. I hope your new boss isn't purple.

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  15. The great ideas that POP into the noggin are always the best ones, and the ones to be trusted, because you are experiencing them in the same fresh way that an outside viewer first sees them. Ya can't force the good stuff, it just POPS.

    These two great characters have story potential, Liz. Does he keep him under the bed or in the closet?? I'm talking about where 3 eyes keeps baldy. ha.

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    1. Under the bed, of course-- and I knew you knew that, Ted. It's a tidy fit ;)

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  16. Very stylish for 'men' to wear matching outfits! :D

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  17. These are not equal! One has shoes ... otherwise, they are identical!

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  18. the little one wishes . . . . .

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  19. That 'ol' noggin' of yours, Beth! Man, oh, Man! ;)

    I just keep thinking that I've seen him before.... the big one, I mean!

    Happy Fourth to you and your family, too! =)

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    1. Thanks, Katy! Hope you all had a great 4th. Re: the big one--yes--seen him under the bed, in the closet, under the basement stairs (he gets around) ;)

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  20. Ah-ha...your noggin cracks me up! So cute...
    xo J~

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    1. Glad it does :) ...make me nuts sometimes ;)

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  21. I LOVE it. I like the way your noggin works that way! :)

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