Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Illustration Friday: Depth


I think I'm still in the Gallery O' Terror mood (last post) because I'm still thinking about spooky stuff. This is what I thought of when I read the topic this week. I scribbled it during church. It is based on a poem that a neighbor of mine wrote. It is great. I'll see if he will let me post it. This picture also reminded of a lawyer joke...because deep down they're good people.

15 comments:

PaintMonster said...

hehehe It's funny cute! I love it!

Alina Chau said...

HA !! HA !! Love the new drawings!! The one with the guy at the bottom of the hole is V funny!! Man!! I wouldn't want to step on a hole like that!! LOL

Aravis said...

This is hysterical. Love the surprised-looking eyes! *G*

mike polito said...
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Fossfor said...

this is very funny and i love the Gallery of terror as well :)

Smook said...

Is it mandatory for lawyers to be buried 24 feet under? Just curious. Nice sketches!

Drazen said...

HeeHee
that long panel is great!
lawyers Phooey!
well except one of my best friends wife , I guess she's ok

Uloo said...

I like the long panel, too. [chuckle]

Neneuche said...

I sometimes feel like that guy.
Great stuff!

bee'nme said...

Love it! His eyes say it all. Kudos!

paula said...

Nice church drawing! Does it help you get through--er, I mean, listen to--the sermon? I draw the other congrants during sermon-time, though it gets old doing the backs of heads every Sunday. : )

Michael said...

Maybe he brought his grappling hook in his briefcase this time? The wife kept trying to make him remember...

(great drawing!)

UM said...

Very nice! Very funny, can't wait to read the poem. Where is it?

Vinni said...

Ok, then. If that's how you feel about the law. Hey there Mr. Guy, are you really a nice guy I mean deep down?

Fulton Beal said...

So this is what church is for, and to think all this time I thought it was to catch up on the sleep that you missed during the week. Guess I'll have to start tucking a sketchbook and pencil in my Bible from now on. Absolutely love the long panel, great show :)