Friday, November 13, 2009

unbalanced IF

38 comments:

  1. Gotta love those pachyderms :) This is adorable Jack! Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  2. Heh, that's a great expression you have captured there! The mouse reminds me of a friend of mine. Same interesting face :)

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  3. I'd like to subscribe to your blog, but when I click the link on the first page I get an error unfortunately

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  4. I love it-the elephant's expression is great!

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  5. This is wonderful. I have a special love for elephants and will add this character to my list of favorites. Your Sunday School classes must love your gifts of time and talent!

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  6. Great expression! It's a funny illustration!

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  7. great one, jack! LOVE the elephant!

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  8. very cute! thank you for commenting on my blog :)

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  9. HI Jack! This is great! Love the elephant :)

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  10. I really like your style Jack. It is wonderful and kids must love it too. The elephant is amazing.
    And thanks for visiting my blog today.

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  11. hahahahahahaah...this is brilliant!!! what a fun piece...how do you come up with these clever ideas!!! love it!!!

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  12. Ow, this is cute and great at the same time!
    I always admire the ideas you have to fit the topic!

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  13. Haha! This is great Jack and thanks so much for your kind words on my post! :)

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  14. How adorable, Jack! Love those expressions. All is well over here...truly. I am very happy to keep on painting, so how can I complain?! Congratulations on your recent visit to the Elementary school..WOW, that's a whole lotta kids - I'm sure they were completely inspired by your visit. Art in schools is so important to keep alive. Great that you did that for your community. Have a wonderful week!

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  15. Hi there Jack! Thanks for the kind words you posted on my blog...I love this piece, that ellie is definitely having the scare of his life! :D

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  16. Yes! It's similar idea and I love yours too! Your mouse is very funny!
    Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  17. LOL! I love it. Great elephant expression

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  18. Looks great Jack. If I were that elephant I'd be slighty startled as well...

    P.S. Thanks for your great comment on the Budge Blog!

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  19. There's more to this mouse than there seems! Good stuff. :)

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  20. The expressions are very hilarious. Nice one!

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  21. Hehe! I always look forward to your characters! Great :)

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  22. Great characters and funny concept!

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  23. Very funny! That poor little elephant, his fear keeps him totally unbalanced ;-)

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  24. Aaaahhhh! Hilarious! You always have such good ideas. So fun!

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  25. Great illustration! Poor Elephant :) Thanks for visiting my blog - I'm curious what your technique is, guess I'll go explore & see if I can find out. Take care!

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  26. The elephant's expression is priceless.

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  27. Hello Jack! This is such a creative illustration.

    I've also enjoyed your blog! Thank you for visiting mine... and have a great day out there!

    ~~carolynn

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  28. that is so sweet of you, thank you very much.
    say hi to your mini-mouse ^^

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  29. Fun Illustration!
    That poor elephant never saw it coming!

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  30. I wouldn't mess with that mouse!!
    It's funny how much we thought alike this week!

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  31. he he he he he!! Poor Mr. Elephant! What's that little mouse been eating???? He has to be on steroids for sure! Hilarious!!! Love it! Thanks for sharing your fantastic art with us! Thanks for stopping by too. I so appreciate it!

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  32. LOL, unexpected ... the elephant need more gravity. :D

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  33. dear jack foster, very funny idea that your elephant is weighted down with a tiny little mouse. i don't think my mice would be able to manage it. anyway i like your drawing! good-bye

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  34. Hi Jack!

    Thank you for commenting on my work, I love yours as well- this piece is especially wonderful! What a clever idea and such expressive characters!

    I was in Des Plaines a few years ago for an SCBWI conference and portfolio review- it's a beautiful place there and I got to meet lots of talented local artists. Nice to meet you!

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  35. hahaha! love this! looks fun :D

    Greetings from Portugal

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