mercredi, avril 04, 2007

SNAP


"Snap le chat est en feu". Vieux barbouillage pour essayer mes crayons aquarelle.
"Snap the Cat in on fire". Old doodle to try my watercolor crayons.

Pour/for Illustration Friday.

11 commentaires:

Michelle Lana a dit…

Very cool.

Anonymous a dit…

HAHAHHHAAAA how did that happen? Oh ... you were trying out your watercolour crayons but accidentally grabbed the firecolour ones instead :)

merlinprincesse a dit…

Thanks Michelle.
Anon: Lol.... EXACTLY!!!!!

CanadianSwiss a dit…

T'as mis trop se presion sur ton crayon et le chat a pris feu? Wow!

Aravis a dit…

I have to give my 2 cats antibiotics in pill form twice a day. This is what they look like right before slicing and dicing me into little bite-sized pieces...

Great illo!

merlinprincesse a dit…

SAndra: C'est moi qui a pris en feu! :)
Aravis:It happened to me once...Hhehehhe.... With my previous cats...

ritadaphné a dit…

Pauvre minou! Avec l'éclair drette sur le crâne, du coup, il ne lui reste plus que le poil et les os...

Perriette a dit…

SNAP? How did I miss this? Am I week behind?

Did you set Mlle on fire? shame shame shame Oh, you might want to warn her that I have a dog wandering around on my blog, so if she visits again she may get herself into trouble. I don't mind...hehehhe, but she might.

merlinprincesse a dit…

Tante Rita: Incroyable ce que le subconscient me fait parfois faire...Hhehhehe. :)

Perriette: I was very late for IF last week, so I posted and my name was not in the list for very long... :) Mlle Princesse has never seen a dog. But the way she reacts when an unknown cat comes on my sundeck... *glurp* I think she would kill a dog... Sometimes, my kitty is like a demon...Hhehhe..

AphotoAday a dit…

Hi M.C... (Merlinprincesse)
Ah yes, watercolor crayons -- they're a lot of fun, aren't they?   You know, I used to work in an art supply store (no, I neither draw nor paint) and watercolor crayons were a VERY popular item!   One day we had a lady from Caran d'Ache visit us and give an absolutely amazing demonstration of what can be done with them...
And, oh my gods -- seeing your artwork on a paper towel REALLY took me back to about 35 years ago -- I was working nights (in a horrible factory) and I usually left a note for the day-crew on a paper towel -- but thinking back, I haven't a clue as to why I did that...   But it makes perfect sense for you, when working with those water-soluble crayons... Have fun...

merlinprincesse a dit…

Heheheh! Don! It was watercolor paper. But I love your stories! :)You are always telling interresting things! :)