an online sketchbook
Hehe. Yes, if we all regularly had accidents in the nipple area, these would be perfect!Is my e-mail addy not on the Moos? If not, perhaps I left it off one of my batches of cards ... what a fluffhead I am. Will mail you my address. Cheers, E-J x
Over here, we sell them by the box!
You think of the darnest things to draw and never cease to amaze me when you do. Great job.
You really did add a cat hair in there with the bandages... That's the cutest thing! You are quite talented!
Cheers,EJ, I'm the fluffhead. Of course, it's on your Moos. I just didn't think of that!Xig, it wasn't inentional. Perhaps it's time I gave the scanner a dust.Ta, luvs.
I love the drawing and, of course, your incredible line work. I just started a drawing of Easter chocolate using a sepia pen. It seems so strange because I always use black, but it's chocolate...You call them plasters? I like that.Jennifer
Great drawing! My 9 year old would love it too, she's the "band-aid" queen!
Nice cat's hair detail :D
Thanks folks,Ann, whatis it with kids and platers, or 'band-aids'. When my sister was little she loved them. In fact, if she had some pocket money would spend it on a box of plasters?!Cheers y'all.
It is amazing how you always manage to make mundane things so entertaining. What exactly is a sepia pen? A brown fine point marker?
That just happened to me... a large cut and nothing but button band-aids...! At least you can draw them, if nothing else!
This reminds me of something my DH often says to me: "Did anybody ever tell you you're odd?" Love your work, just the same.
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