Friday, May 7, 2010

fearless

Fearless Granny on her bike... Brainless Granny without her helmet. (There's a fine line between fearless and brainless :o)

42 comments:

  1. Go, Granny, go! No-- Wait-- STOP!! Safety first!! Then you can tear up the streets!

    She's got quite a bit of spunk in her leather outfit. A really fun one, Jack!!

    (This is me, Krista, I just realized Scott signed in on my computer and I'm too lazy to change it! Better go back and tell Susan, too! HA!)

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  2. AAAAAAHHH! So true, so true! Brilliant illustration, Jack. I get a kick out of your illustrations..look at her..she's one fearless little lady. Hope you've been super..and wishing all of the Moms in your life a wonderful weekend ahead!

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  3. Lookout fearless granny is on the road! Great one!

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  4. Jack, the fearless granny on the motorcycle is fabulous! This is too funny, I love it!

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  5. Ooooh.. granny be careful!
    Great take!

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  6. You're imagination is just boundless! Love it, Jack!

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  7. we use the same quote, haha (i bet a lot of ppl do the same thing this week, lol). what a cute granny, though!

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  8. Haha.. this is awesome! Love everything about it. I really like how you placed the text behind.

    Thanks so much for the feedback on mine, appreciate it very much.

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  9. Hi jack,
    Great concept! nice work on your blog.
    Thanks for the comment.

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  10. hey jack it's me and i think you mixed up things a little bit. first you posted a comment on my mom's blog addressed to me. I mean that wasn't my illustration not even my blog! secondly i think your granny is more like careless and you shouldn't make a joke out of it cos she can cause deadly trouble down the road and i am not talking about the helmet. she has no brain to protect anyway but if she is posing in her bedroom then it is up to her and in this case it can be kinda funny. sad but funny if you don't give it a second thought. okey see you later my jack foster and watch out grannies are taking over you

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  11. Ah, I see Gram's getting waaay over her head! I hope she lands on something soft and stick to her knitting... thee heehehe... (^_^)

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  12. BAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Oh, this is hysterical! Until they make a helmet that will fit over that bun, she ain't gonna wear one. I agree with you -- most times, fearless and brainless are one and the same.

    Calgon, take me away..... ;)

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  13. Haha! Excellent! This will totally be me when I'm a granny. (Yes, that was a stab at myself for lack of brains. :-P)

    Lori

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  14. Hey, that Granny looks like me! Wonderful work Jack, wonderful look on the granny :)

    If I look closely can I see whiskers on the granny?

    :)

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  15. Go for it Granny! That's what I call having a good time. Great illustration!

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  16. bwwwwwhahahahhahaha!!!! that totally caught me off guard! she's great, jack! love her "gleaming black jacket!"

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  17. Hahahaha...what an expression this stunt-woman granny has :)

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  18. this is hilarious, jack! maybe she should knit herself a helmet!

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  19. Reminds me of Monty Python's "Hell's Grannies" sketch. :) Great job!

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  20. hahahahahahaha....so hilarious and this would be my Grandma...she is one fearless lady!!! wonderful work!!!

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  21. She reminds of Supergran! LOL. I like Granny but I'm digging that bike even more. You've got an awesome imagination, Jack. Love it! :)

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  22. :D hahah lol
    you just made my morning!
    can i have the jacket???
    so cool...

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  23. what a great fearless granny. I never thought of that concept. I would like to be fearless and ride a motorbike.

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  24. Thanks so much for the comment. ^-^

    Fearless Granny made me smile. :) Leather outfit is extremely funny.

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  25. So you already met my granny! :) Great illustration! Thanks for commenting on my blog

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  26. ..brilliant idea..truely fearless..great job,jack..

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  27. This is great! Very fun (and a little scary...granny in leather?) hahaha

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  28. LOVE it Jack - clever fella! I'm afraid I tend to the more brainless side of things at times. I hope when I'm an old granny I can be this fearless!! Your IF work from the past several weeks is simply delightful! I've missed IF...it was too good of a prompt to miss out this week!

    Have a wonderful rest-of-the-week!!

    Blessings,
    Becky

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  29. Pretty funny. Great expression and that's a pretty slick bike. Thanks for your wonderful comment, I appreciate it.

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  30. Someone said it earlier but this is straight out of Monty Python! And that's about as big a compliment as you can get in my book. Grannies rule!

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  31. That little lady is smokin!!!
    Sometimes we thinks so much alike Jack.... here's my version of Granny on a bike! http://www.robertabaird.com/blog/index.php/2009/04/10/illustration-friday-fleeting/

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  32. my dear friend Jack, I adore the fearless granny, she is fabulous, and I love your great imagination!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  33. What a wonderfully fearless Granny! Great work Jack! :)

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  34. I prophesy that this is going to be me at 80 Fearless, Fabulous and FUN!! I love this! he he he he he! This wonderful Jack. I will have to keep this before my eyes. Thanks so much!

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  35. Ha! Good one! Wonderful concept and execution.

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  36. This is pretty funny, reminds me of that one movie... hoodwinked, i think. Anyways good job.

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  37. Fearless huh? Ha jack too funny! Granny on a Hog! That would be a Fearless move!

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  38. hahahahhahaha! you got that right ;) a very fine line! clever and fun Jack :D

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  39. Safety First!!! Ha ha ha Granny is GREAT! Love the idea - you are so creative, Jack!
    Heather

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  40. Hey Jack! I love Granny on the bike! Great illustration :)

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