an edgy mix of Paint Pixels Collage and Cartoons
by Lynne Ciacco
Not to worry. Easily bamboo soled.
He's going to do himself an injury with that sword!Thanks for the lovely comment you made on my blog 8th March,made by an artist with a love of textures I think!The Vancouver park looks beautiful,even better in a month or so I imagine.What a great childhood playground.Enjoy your week!
I'd like to see that rendition of Romeo and Juliet!
DCW,The critics said he had a real fun shway to his walk.
Driftwood,Certainly teetering on the brink of one.
Forest Dream Weaver,An injury to himself with his sword? That would have to be the alternate version, "Hara- Kari Romeo & Juliet."I'll be in Vancouver for another 4 weeks so you may get to see how spring unfolds in "my" park!
Stickup Artist,I'll see if I can get you some comps.
Poor Alec does have a dilemma! If he trips or takes off his shoes, his righteous anger will look foolish; if he decides to switch to modern-day sandals, he won't look the upper-class gentleman and will appear foolish again! Very clever, Lynne! "There's the rub" could be slipping in wooden shoes. Love the samurai, "handlebars," and ponytail version of Romeo and Juliet!
Margaret,Do you think that maybe a good pair of insoles and a few bandaids would help ease the rub for poor Alec?