21 day creative exercise-18

July 13, 2008

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Bunnyhyde

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The Illustration Friday theme this weeke is “Foggy.”

I think of foggy, and London comes to mind. I think of London, and Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” comes to mind. I think of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” and immediately think of bunnies.

Doesn’t everyone?

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29 Responses to “21 day creative exercise-18”

  1. Bella Sinclair Says:

    heeheehee! Love your train of thought. What DOESN’T make you think of bunnies! Fiercely cute drawing!

  2. wedgienet Says:

    wow! good job doing that fog! it looks really convincing πŸ™‚

  3. Ulla Says:

    just gorgeous. really funny πŸ™‚

  4. Mary Says:

    Ahh….gosh….I don’t think that I’ve EVER thought of bunnies when I think of Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde. But it’s a nice foggy night for Mr. Bunnyhyde to be out and about doing evil πŸ™‚

  5. Sandra Says:

    Great foggy night. Love your figure, plenty of expression and movement.

  6. conniemartin Says:

    Wonderful drawing; love the lies. Just don’t show this to any kids with rabbits and expect them to get a good night’s sleep!

  7. conniemartin Says:

    Gawd, you think she’d learn to proof-read. That should be ‘love the lines’, not ‘lies’.

  8. Ratlion Says:

    Genius.

    πŸ˜€

  9. Mary Beth Says:

    The top hat and tails make the whole thing! I will never think of Jekyll & Hyde in the same way again:)


  10. Who doesn’t think of bunnies! πŸ˜‰

    Lovely picture, fantastic bunny!!
    I like the shading and the feeling of action your lines give.
    J.

  11. Monica Says:

    Well, I think of bunnies all the time! πŸ™‚ Great illustration, you got the foggy part just right! And that outfit, and the look on his face as he’s about to transform into one scary bunny: Priceless!

    I know you got it already, but I nominated you again for the “Brillante Award” Couldn’t resist! πŸ™‚

  12. artseafartsea Says:

    Your thirst for creativity is unquenchable! This is one of the best sketches and so creative. Love it.

  13. erin Says:

    Actually I DO think of bunnies when I think of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, more specifically Bugs Bunny, remember him in Hyde and Hare? It was the best as are your bunnies!


  14. Well I know I do! Nothing is scarier than a fog bunny in his Mr. Hyde stage!!!!
    I like the way you’ve portrayed the fog with graphite!

  15. aaronp Says:

    this is fantastic… there’s a book here for sure. Wonderfully atmospheric Linda.

  16. emily Says:

    Hihi… even angry you still just want to pick him up and snuggle him!

  17. Nancy Lefko Says:

    your sketches are so much fun….this one no exception….and I love bunny boots from the other day….you always bring a smile to my face πŸ™‚


  18. sigh i love this very, very much

  19. Faruffa Says:

    This is gorgeous Linda!!!
    I love all your creative exercise, and I would like to have an album of them :o)

  20. janie Says:

    lol, great character, wonderful drawing

  21. Megan Says:

    Hahhaaha, wonderful!

  22. froggie Says:

    ok for SOME reason, i just KNEW you were gonna do a london slasher! jack the ripper or “duality chap.” AWWWWWWESSOMMMEEE. evil little hopper! love that cloak! :)))

  23. Jess Says:

    No. But I’m very glad YOU do!x

  24. Vickie Says:

    Wonderful and funny. πŸ™‚

  25. valgalart Says:

    teehee, this is so terrific! i love the way your mind works and the potion/poison is a nice touch πŸ™‚ Thank You for your soft words about Rat it helps 😦

  26. studio lolo Says:

    Is he doing his W.C.Fields impression? Love the poison vial on the ground. He doesn’t leave any clues for Sherlock, no siree πŸ˜€

    Did I ever tell you about the time I was chased all around a yard by an aggressive bunny? I’m sure I did. Never underestimate the fear an adorable animal can instill in an adult!

  27. Bambi-really Says:

    Love it!!! Very coal-lamp foggy, and it just proves that old adage: you can never trust a bunny.


  28. Really foggy feel – and really bunny feel too!!


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