Looks like Odie and Garfield are headed out to stock up on lasagna again! You're really on a roll with these memorable characters Jack!
hahah! Great characters!!
love the "rubbery" look you created!!
Oh Wow! He actually let the cat drive? Wonderful, Jack. This reminds me of when my kids were learning to drive and I had to be the passenger.
Cute, can't look at that without smiling!
These colors are perfect-- I love that pop of pink and green! And, I must say, after opening Illustrator for the first time this week, and having to do real work on it, I'm so impressed! I feel like I had a firehose of information blasting into my brain all week...whew! I'm beat. I'd rather look at your stuff and say, "boy, that Jack Foster, and Abz, and Bella, they are smart cookies."
Great characters Jack! Reminds me of riding with my husband. He always gives me a bad time for holding onto the handle above the door when he drives. :)
I simply love your characters!!! Great work :D
yeah...i wouldn't let that cat drive, either. cats are notoriously near-sighted. ")))super, jack! :)
The dog doesn't look relaxed with the cat behind the wheel - but I can't blame him: I would not let a cat drive my car too!Great illo.
..ha ha ha..GREAT WORK,JACK!!wonderful characters..
I love it. Poor little dog..I wonder what he did to deserve that. Ha,ha,ha.I love the car antenna too.
Great one! Poor doggie want out! I am passing on an award to you! You are one inspiring person! you may check out my blog to see... :D I so enjoy and look forward to your blogs!
See what happens when you let cats drive! If you can't get them to come when called, would they really stop at the traffic light? Love the dog's expression :)
excellent Jack! Love the dogs expression and the colors are great, actually that car is really great, I love how it is kind of hovering above the ground, great shapes too. Sorry, my comment is boring tonight, I'm tired... I'll try write more creatively on my next comment :)
Very cute. This would be so cute as an illustration in a children's book.
Oh no, where's the cat taking this poor pup? he looks scared! Great one, Jack!
Fantastic characters, their expressions are great!
Great characters and funny idea!
very cute love your characters ♥
FANTASTIC, Jack! The expressions say it all...lemmmeee outta hereeeee!!! I love it. Always so great to visit you..it makes the start of the week a happy one!
ah ah ah, what a picture so funny:)greetingshttp://elgatoazulprusia.blogspot.com/Children illustration step by step
Cute! Hate to admit it but my boyfriend has the same expression when I'm behind the wheel...
thanks for your comment Jack :o) this is excellent and so appropriate for me...yesterday I took my boyfriend out driving for the first time as he is getting lessons at the moment. Very scary!!!
Thanks for your comments, Jack! They are always appreciated.As a cat and dog owner I am in love with this illustration. Although, in my house the dog would try to eat the cat whilst driving.Great fun!
ha ha that dog is me when I'm taking my daughter out for a driving lesson. ;)
Hi Jack. There are dogs that deserve this, by making life impossible for the cats!
Mr. Jack Foster,How fun is your work?!@# I love it! And six grand children... you're a busy man! Thank you for your fun work!
Ha, I love how the dog is trying to get out so funny and how the cat is looking over at the dog, great stuff. Oh and we'll totally have to start our own marathon curb crew one year:)
JackThat doggy sure looks scared and I guess the cat character has a habit of driving through red lights? There's a story there I think. great stuff as always! Fun!
great illo, brings a smile for sure - poor doggy is wishing he had 9 lives like the driver, eh? :)
:D been away too long, sorry.disappearing.got bored.stuffs.blablabla.think i kinda need this, i dont care if the cat's driving. take me anywhere but here.
ahaha poor dog! Nice work Jack!
Hey Jack! Thanks for your comment on my blog,I can't wait to get back on track with IF. Great Illustration for this weeks theme by the way, I often worry that my passengers feel like this poor dog!
HAH!!!!! That dog looks exactly like my husband when I'm driving the car!!! And the cat? Well, that's me saying, "aw come on, chill..." Hehehehee... John, the master of funny wee characters struck gold. Again. (^_^)oxx
And thank you so much for your kind, kind, comments, Mr. Jack. I always want to do better every time I get comments like yours...Say hello to your lovely wife for me! :))
oh Jack this is so cute & ooodles of fun, that cat sure is one crazy driver and I love how the dog looks like he is trying to make an escape from that super cool blue car, hang in there puppy, wheeeeeee!!!!
FANTASTIC. Love those fun characters!
Ha ha ha!!! I love the desperate look on his face! Better without seat belts so he has a chance to escape!
LOL!!!! This is wonderful! I love their expressions, especially the dog! Thank you for stopping by!!!
Hahahaha! I think that is the most popular words on your blog (Ha! or different verisons like "haha" or "hahahahhahahaha" when people are being honest.You know I realised that my work is dark and gloomy today, so while I was driving to my job (I am an assistant undertaker) I was brooding on that. How do I make people laugh - apart from tickling them? I asked.I even asked Cedric my boss. he looked at me dourly, as If i was mad and didn't say anything. That's when I realised he was the wrong person to ask.And then it hit me. What's that guy's name? ahh "john' something. Geoff? Godfrey.No it's "Jack"! I finally remembered. I should go and visit him.I still don't know how to make people laugh,But you made me laugh.So I'm off to a start,Thanks Jack. You rip!
Hey Jack! Your comments are always so encouraging! Well deserved award!! :D Thanks to U! :)
Heeeeey Jack! Your dog reminds me of myself when my hubby's pretending to be Ralph Schumacher! Love the colours and the expressions! Another feather in your cap. :) And thanks for popping by my blog. I so appreciate (and look forward to) your encouragement and support. Thanks, Jack.
Oh my gosh! delightful illustration!
This is great. The cat is driving which makes a scardy dog. Great art and color. Thanks for your comments on my illustration. I have been trying to work on facial expressions. It's also weird that I drew a bat upside down hanging from a branch for IF Beneath, but I didn't get it in on time. It's on my portfolio page though.
Hahah looks like my dad after my first driving lesson! Awesome job! I especially love the light and airy feeling of the car :)
Haha! Love the look on the dog's face. Who let the cat drive!
Super picture! I love the colors and the terror in the dogs face. :-o
Hey Jack, great minds think alike! I've been guilty of recycling as of late (shamefully, my lovebug kitty is 3 or 4 years old) since we're still unpacking from our recent move. I hope to do some new stuff soon.
Hey Jack, yes, cat's n' dogs transportin' thanks for your post on my blog, your's is cute!
What wonderful characters! I love their expressions, especially the dog's haha. That's what my Dad looked like when he was teaching my sister to drive, lol :))
BAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! That's the last time he'll ever call shotgun! Oh my, Jack. You must keep your family in stitches all day long!
Great illustration. Love the dog. Thanks for your lovely comments. They gave me a great start to the day.
LOL. That poor dog reminds me of me, when my son first get his driving permit. I was always trying to find a brake pedal on the passenger's side.: )