fabulous piece and super perspective, I love their very different reactions, I have to say I am a wimp in the cold so my reaction would be more like guy on the ground floor!Keep warm and well Jack, and thank you thank you for the super lovely comment, I am totally honored.
Jack this is perfect - love your double take on this.Exactly our scenario right now! Although when the kids get older we're glad they're home 'cause we can get them to do stuff around the house!
HILARIOUS, Jack!! This is exactly what is going on at our house! And the twist is, once the parents get used to the idea that the plans for the day (working) are totally upended, the kids get bored... HA! Love the expressions AND the perspective!
Great work Jack!
Snow days wonderful snow days. Very cute.
fun use of perspective here -- great style!
Hi, Jack~I just LOVE IT! That exactly the look on the faces of my son and myself, only I'M the one with the smile! :> )Blessings~Laura
Oh fun! I'm glad we both came up with the same perspective ;) You're right, great minds... great minds...Love the colors.
Love it - that face, awwww.
Jack, this is great! this is exactly what i have been feeling like ALL winter! ha ha ha!You've got a great imagination!
Hey, I love this. So true too. I keep trying to add your blog to my blog list but for some reason it won't let me. Just wanted you to know I wanted you there!
Hi Jack!Thank you for visiting and welcome to my blog too.I just arrived home from a very long vacation in the tropics even though it wasn't as warm as I had wished! Your art is amazing! I totally relate to what you drew.. as I arrived home, my grand daughter said.. "Oh Nana".. Look it is snowing.. ..I must have had a very dreadful look on my face as she asked me if I thought it was pretty.. I replied, "when I was your age, I used to think it was too"! Then I smiled and told her it is very pretty still but it is too cold!lolThank you for you very nice comments on my blog and art.. I hope to see you once again.Hugs in Christ Jesus.. and so happy to see another Christian blogger.. :-)
Wow, that picture is a book in itself! We all have different perspectives, some see the glass half-full, some half-empty. I love the comedic way you illustrated this!
Nice angle! Great concept! I think this very scene took place at my house Friday morning.
Delightful piece Jack, a great perspective, so fun and lovely their opposite reaction!!!
I'd say you nailed them both! Great job! ^.^
very very nice Jack - you did a great job. I love the professional quality of your work - it's wonderful
great work, j! nice use of the perspective with 2 windows!but sniff, sniff, ARRRGGHH!i have JUST ABOUT ENUF of this frosty flurrying theme!
hahahaha! you are so delightful Jack! this is super duper, and I enjoy the son's perspective, the fathers and the view :Di ordered my copy finally , i am a little behind in everything :P
You are so darn clever! This is terrific Jack!
Love the constrasting reactions...Well done! I just had the pleasure of reading Shari Lyle-Soffee's latest for a book review and your illustrations are OUTSTANDING!!!
Well, it's 30 degrees here today... who wouldn't love snow? Ha! That's my perspective.Very funny, makes me laugh, makes my brain give off endorphins :) Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful use of both takes. The expressions are very effective .
Thanks for ur kind words!!
Impressive!!!!! I like this.
Hi John. Thanks for visiting my blog and your nice comment. You do great illustration work. So cheerful, colorful and cute!
great perspective piece Jack!!!
Oooh, Jack, nice way to combine those perspectives! You are so clever. When it comes to snow, I'm more like the kid up there. But then again, I didn't have to shovel it.Thank you so much for your kind words and the link. It meant a lot to me. xoxo
I think in a lot of homes you'll find just this kind of difference in perspective. Really great idea!