the crocs not complaining, he's probably thinking all things come to those who wait.A lovely painting which made me smile.
OH NOOOOOOO, Mr. Billllll!!! Awwww, this is great! Oh dear, I hope the froggie makes a daring escape. He's too cute! Love his lips. And I must add, I love the drawing of your immovable sleeping daughter below. So beautiful and tender!
Love love love it!
oops! too late for the blissed out frog i fear. it's so good to see you posting!
Chibi - Glad the painting made you smile! Thanks!!Bella - You are too funny! I remember Mr. Bill!! I appreciate your comments about the earlier sketch, too!! I do like drawing people while they are sleeping. Thank you!!Vita - Thanks, thanks, thanks!! :)Lori ann - Always nice to hear from you!! Yes I think your nudge helped me get out of a creative block. I am grateful!!
Ann, this illustration is wonderful! I am concerned with the fate of the frog, but at the same time I can't avoid smile with good humor drawing
Thank you, Amba!! Glad you found it humorous!
How true!Just beware and be very watchful.Love the fun and colourful bit of your illo!
Yoon - Thanks for all your kind comments!
Hi Ann Marie! Yes, a very wise proverb, this one. Although ignoring it is a repeating pattern for some. (hopefully not me!! Hehehee....)Anyway... I LOVE the blue!! :))
Amalia - Nothing wrong with jumping in with both feet...as long as no alligators are around! :)
oh too cute :)
Thank you, Clip Art!
THis is SO great. Ann Marie. Very clever, very beautiful. I'm telling myself that at the last second, Mr. Frog sprouts wings though. (Hope you don't mind.) He is such a delightful character!
This is awesome! I love how the big guy's eyes are a little wonky - he seems nutty!!!
Haha, Marion!! I don't mind at all...I would like that to happen, too! :) Thanks!
Gina - Glad you picked up on that! I wasn't sure I successfully showed it. Thanks!
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