an edgy mix of Paint Pixels Collage and Cartoons
by Lynne Ciacco
Piqued, taking a peek at the peak.WV - gyrolood: Who spun the outhouse?
Loved the Maxim today. And I posted about that and the wonderful art you did for me on my blog.
Lucky she can still see it.Speaking of belly buttons,I once read that Angels donot have them.
DCW,I think she was feeling a litte peaky but maybe that had something to do with the spinning outhouse.
Thanks, Susan!I've just run over to my other blog, where the link to yours is parked in the sidebar there, to check out your latest blog post. I left a comment on yours, but will repeat here how very pleased I am with how the picture turned out as a print. I hope you're happy with it and that it will bring you years of pleasure in looking at it. (I think the quilt on the bed below goes perfectly with it, too).:-D
Shirl,I wonder how and who found out about the angels and the missing belly-buttons!
Well,this is one time when change is unavoidable!
oh, thanks for reminding... i´m a big mountain-maker;) especially in dark night hours... only to see in the morning that it all was in vain...
Very interesting. This maxim me I have to apply myself. Sometimes it's what I do. Delicious drawing.
Forest Dream Weaver,I had a good chuckle over your comment! Great how you connected the two posts to each other.:-D
johanna,Isn't it terrible how big and dark and impossible worries appear in the middle of the night when all our defenses are down? An excellent example you make, of turning molehills into mountains.
Leovi, But when you make those gorgeously coloured mountains out of molehills in your magic abstract photos it is art!
And here I thought she was just contemplating her navel...And guessing from the size of her, looks like a certain baby currently an innie is about to become an outie, after obtaining the right of way through the rites of passage.
Owen,"Contemplating her navel" haha--good one! Always fun to glimpse the inner workings of your mind in its twists and turns through the dark tunnels therein. I particularly like the sign at its entrance, "Welcome to the Fun House"; though the exit sign is a little more daunting, "Welcome to the Hotel California."
LAUGHING OUT LOUD !You can check out, but you can never leave...You slay me...
BrO,:-) you got it.http://youtu.be/_4_4jKENxuk
You are so darned clever. and I love the whimsy of these illustrated maxims. They always put a smile on my face!
Stickup,You have such a lovely smile.:-)