Friday, June 18, 2010

paisley

Those paisley patterns always remind me of bacteria... I don't know why... just me i guess :o)

60 comments:

  1. :)))))!!well,nice bacteria and even more beautiful illo!thanks for the fun!!!

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  2. love it Jack, wow, love the new blog layout too. I've always loved paisley, now I will forever think of bacteria when I see it! ;)

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  3. Hi Jack, you really know to find the humorous side of things!

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  4. Those are some fancy pancy viruses! Hope I don't catch that one next!!

    Love your blog header and your dueling Banjo pigs Mr. Jack!!

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  5. Oh, Jack! You have the knack of putting a smile on people's face even when other things sucked, don't you?? I'm loving Dr. Glockin and that is a very groovin' virus!

    The blog looks great in black, by the way... :)

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  6. Aw, jack! You just gave me a perfect morning with your sweet comment. Now, I know I don't mention my real work very often at my blog, but I actually illustrate more children related stuff and the latest images you see are new to me. I'm just getting a grasp at it and what an exciting ride it's been! Thank you again, you are so kind. (^-^) ox

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  7. What a clever illo! I also like your new blog layout!

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  8. Oh Jack this is super wonderful and delightful. Great work. You are so funny and clever. I wanted to come by and wish you a very Blessed and Happy Father's Day to you. May the Lord ever bless you and keep you and make His wonderful face to shine upon you and give you peace and bless you with favor. The kind that comes from the Father. May you always grown in the knowledge of the Savior and know Him in your knower. You are a talented man with a big heart and spirit. I know it just looks like fun to some, but there is sooooo much power in what you do for you have the power to touch many hearts and the most of all the hearts of little ones. Keep moving Jack. There is a great reward stored up for you. Blessing and peace to you.
    Hugs
    V

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  9. paisley bacteria very cool and they remind me of tadpoles too!

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  10. These are great bacteria!

    At first I didn't recognize this blog... wonderful new lay out! And an even more wonderful banner!

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  11. Nice change on your blog, I love the banner!!!!
    Great take on the topic of this week to!

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  12. Who knew the flu could be so stylish! Ah, those designers will use anything. What's next, parasites?

    Such fun as always. And I LOVE your new header. Ribbiting fun! HAPPY HAPPY FATHER'S DAY, JACK!!!

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  13. Hi Jack

    This is fantastic!!!! you're so clever....this is a great piece....I love the paisley pattern....and thank you for always being so sweet!!!

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  14. yes you are right bacteria does have that kinda shape. brilliant take on paisley. love it

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  15. Ha, ha... It´s great, Jack! Very clever!

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  16. hey, that's an original interpretation of the theme 'paisley'. And now that I see it, I'm thinking: You're right! Great!

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  17. Hi Jack, thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.

    This is very funny! Can't wait to see more from you!

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  18. what a beautiful dish of bacteria, I love how you gave them all eyes too. What a super fantastic take on paisley, as always so fun Jack.

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  19. Jack, you clever man!!! This is an excellent, fresh take on the word. I'll feel differently now when I wear it :P

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  20. I never really thought about it before, but they really do resemble paisley don't they! Love it when your work makes me smile!

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  21. Thanks for your comment Jack. I love this Flu virus jaja

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  22. Yours was one of the ones that made me laugh out loud... Welcome back to my blog anytime! :-)

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  23. Great concept and illustration! Those microbes look a lot like the ties my dad used to wear. I really like your new bat profile image, too.

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  24. your paramecia pattern looks very nice. in german they are called Pantoffeltierchen > slipper animals :)

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  25. nice jack....really nice :). Loved your take.

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  26. thanks for your comment ! very nice your illo ! ^_^

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  27. It's not just you... microbes have always looked paisleyish to me too. I like your little scientist :)

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  28. HAHAHAHAHA! This is so cute! You know actually, those germs look great under the microscope. I love your new header and your avatar changed!

    I hope your Father's Day celebration was terrific.

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  29. Great Jack! Beautiful bacteria there and such an original take on the Paisley theme! Like the blog makeover too!

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  30. very clever one, jack! I'll never look at paisley the same way...I love your new header too.

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  31. haha...this is great! love the whole take on virus now you got me thinking the same lol. very nice ♥

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  32. Jack! This is WONDERFUL! I just love your take on all the topics, but this one takes the cake for me. And your illustration of the concept is just superb. BTW, love the new look of your blog. Almost as much as I love Dr. Glockin and his test-tubes. :)

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  33. Heh, you are a crackup Jack. Will we have Dr Glocken Speil next? It's such a great illustration that makes so many people laugh and feel good.

    Including me.

    cheers

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  34. so fun and creative Jack! Eureka moment :)
    greetings
    célia*

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  35. LOVE this idea, Jack!!! You are right, they have a sort of paisley like quality to them!!!

    Hey, I like your new blog layout!!!!!!
    Have a good day,
    Heather

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  36. Very funny Jack! An irreverent way to see paisley! Love it!

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  37. Hi Jack! This is just Great fun! you are so funny! You made it work! Thanks so much for you kind words on my blog it means so much! Oh!, Great new look by the way! It makes your work pop! :D

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  38. Hi Jack!
    We must watch out for the dreaded paisley flu!
    As always you nailed the IF with a great idea. And thanks for your continuing support of coming by my blog to comment again. I appreciate your comments. They always make my day a little better.

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  39. Hi! Thanks for stopping by Dabbled and your nice comments on my IF!

    This is very funny, too - nice job!
    Nancy

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  40. Ha Ha - nice concept for Paisley -very clever.

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  41. Dr. Glockin is rockin! He is super and that is so smart for "paisley"!! You've captured the perfect Dr. stance..love his eye!

    Super new blog header, too, Jack. Simply marvelous!! And your new avatar...the bat is so sweet and shows your work really well.

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  42. awesome! Great minds think alike! ;)

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  43. Haha superbe!! I love it... such a fun concept!!

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  44. HAHAH this is TOO FUNNY!!!!
    :D
    oh you always come up with fun ideas!!!

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  45. Love how the Paisley are looking back at him. Nice.

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  46. ahhhh I love your take on this. totally see what you mean now when you say 'great minds think alike' :)

    I thnk your idea comes across clearer than my interpretation, so nice one

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  47. Hahahah...even I always felt that they are too similar to Paramecium!

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  48. LoL. That's a great perspective!

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  49. This makes me smile - thank you!

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  50. That's one beautiful flu virus!
    Looks great, Jack!
    :)

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  51. a BEAUTIFUL take on the word paisley!!!! and i like your satellite one too :)

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  52. I haven't checked in in far too long-- these are all great but this one just knocks my socks off! I love it! I believe this must be the paisleyviridae strain?

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