Saturday, April 12, 2008


Fail- Illustration Friday prompt for April 11.
"Rocky and Henrietta were so busy arguing about where to take the kids on spring break they failed to notice that they ended up with Momma Duck's children instead of their own!"
"HI Everybody! Thanks for stopping by the ol' sketchbook! I really appreciate all those fantastic comments you leave on my work! I will leave you this week with a resounding 'HAPPY SPRING!' and this piece of advice: If you take risks, you may fail. But if you don't take risks, you will surely fail. The greatest risk of all is to do nothing. — Robert Goizueta"
Also, check out this site about scientist turned artist Dr. Ann Adams.
Dr Adams was a Canadian scientist who died of a rare brain disease -- frontotemporal dementia -- which caused her to give up her lab and engage in an ecstasy of creative effort (and an agony of frustration as her mathematical ability slipped away), mostly centered on Ravel's Bolero, a composition he wrote in the throes of the same disease.
At the end don't forget to click on the link to see more of her amazing work!!!!


Hey Harriet said... adorable. I love Mamma Duck's sweet little fuzzy kids! :)

Smiler said...

I enjoy both the illustration and the story, very sweet. Thank you also for your visit!

Alina Chau said...

Love the chalk drawings!

ValGalArt said...

i am loving the white on black with the bits of colour! really has a vintage look that i love! Cool an interesting story with lovely artwork!

Loni Edwards said...

This is really cool! Love the black! I liked the quote and the article too! Excellent, once again :)

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

Ha, now they have a whole new problem to argue about. i love chalkboard look, perfect for a barnyard scene!
Happy spring to you too! Would you believe it actually snowed here this am? Ugh!

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