So, do you adorn the costume when telling bedtime stories to your kids? I bet they get a kick out of it.I used to do that when my baby sister was so much younger and I had to put her to sleep. It was too entertaining for her, she never slept. I kind of miss it. Now she's 15 and a total teenager.
I'm loving your illustrations. I happened on your blog when browsing blogger and I keep coming back. No matter my mood, your drawings make me smile. :)
sooooo fun!! awesome character!
There's something about the way you use purple that's so yummy. I love this character, he makes me laugh! LOL Are you going to market Captain Hand Puppet Underoos?
Ha! I love it. You should start a "goofy super heroes" thread on The Drawing Board.
You got TAG!! Tony started a Girl Design TAG ... I got TAG by him ... Guess I will pass on my TAG to you! HE ! HE!! No pressure ... just for fun! :)
HAHA! Yaaaaay water colors!
Thanks everyone. Maybe I'll do another superhero for IF.
I like this guy. I have a daughter that wanted to be Batman for Halloween. We said, "you mean batgirl?" and she said, "no! Batman!"We looked around for a costume that wasn't built with muscles but couldn't find anything so she ended up going in her batman pajamas with a cowl from the store and some big black boots.The reason I tell this story is because it got me thinking about a new group of superheroes that I should develop called "Homemade Superheroes" . Mostly because there's absolutely no superhero costumes for girls available, it woudl be fun to create some characters that obviously have homemade costumes complete with tape and paper scraps. For some reason, when I saw this guy, I thought he would fit in to this little band of misfits -- no offense.
I love this guy. Great feel. Nice color. More heroes please!
hi, my first time visiting your blog. love your artwork!! do you draw upon request for your fans?? :D
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