adapt

June 2, 2009

chameleon

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35 Responses to “adapt”

  1. froggie Says:

    HA! first! wow! WHAT DO I WIN????? “))

    this is super, linda! i love his eyes, the extra wrinkles, the very subtle washies of greens. a wonderful character! ok, who did the math on the chalkboard? do you know that kind of math? can you DO that kind of math? it just looks really pretty to me, and that’s about it. i know it means something but um, uh…hey, look! i see a shiny thing on the ground! i’m gonna go get it! “)) hope all is very well, miss toonie! πŸ™‚

    xoxoxo frog

  2. Angela Says:

    I love how the background really makes this ‘pop’ even though he’s using his chameleon powers to blend in. Great character in the face.

    I’ve been missing some awesome posts by you. How handy that they’re all right here for me to scroll through! Blogs rock!!! πŸ™‚

  3. tlchang Says:

    Heh – how great is he?? (love that you can see through his tail)


  4. He is wonderful Linda!! Love his attitude! The way he is just there, looking, like he knows something I don’t know… Hmm I wonder what it could be? :o)

  5. Loni Edwards Says:

    Oh this is just beautiful! I love it! I love how he’s adapted to the chalkboard too. Great work! Very clever!

  6. cata Says:

    Linda!!!! Bellissimo!!!
    Cata

  7. Vicki Says:

    I love the colors . . .

  8. Kevin Parks Says:

    Wow darn near perfect.

  9. carli Says:

    i love this. the character is adorable and the colors are perfect.

  10. Jess Says:

    He’s a cute little thing! Great original idea with all the maths going on!

  11. kathy hare Says:

    Lovely, a clever idea..

  12. Mary Says:

    This is great! Love the colours…


  13. That is fantastic! I love his face. Really lovely image.

  14. erin Says:

    Wow this is great! I always found it difficult adapting to algebra.

  15. rui Says:

    Really nice one, a really great interpretation about the subject!
    Regards

    THE TEMPORARY

  16. artseafartsea Says:

    This guy is great. And original as usual. Also, got a good laff.

  17. Noelle Says:

    Wonderful…the ultimate in adaptation.


  18. WOW! So very cool. Love, love it!

  19. eugeniagina Says:

    Oh Poor thing! I will surely make a bad chameleon in that situation, with all the formula… eewwww… !! *+*

  20. faruffa Says:

    Gorgeous Linda, a perfect interpretation!!!
    Love the colors, the nice chameleon, and the depth of the image :o)

  21. valgalart Says:

    very cool face this dude has! love the transparency too, now that is what i call adapting!

  22. Mary Says:

    Well, he is my favorite color and I just love the expression in his eye.

  23. yoon see Says:

    Wow! Sketchout this is a top brilliant idea for “adapt”.
    I really love this peace so well, one of the reasons simply green is my favourite colour…other reasons I really love the layer transperancy here. So so so cool, peaceful and pleasing to eye.
    I love the super beautiful scribbles on the greenboard.
    Wow! I wonder if you happen to do a giveaway. Please include this piece. I love it so much.

    Thanks Sketchout for always dropping by at my blog and leaving countless beautiful comments.
    I hope we are friend forever. Do you have a facebook account?
    I met a lot of bloggers there, I hope you will be another to join in for more cheers.
    Bye! Be happy always:)


  24. Wow. I love how you draw. It looks so free and nice!
    Really cute. I also really like the contagious entry, the piggy’s bum is just adorable! lol.
    Good work!

  25. Duncan Lee Says:

    Wow this brilliant – thanks for the kind comment – but mine’s not a patch on yours.

  26. dinesh Says:

    scary or scared??!
    well, maths certainly was scary for a while, and i can identify with chamy’s (scared? puzzled? curious? quizzical? enigmatic!) expression. yet one ADAPTS after a while, and then it becomes second nature to play with numbers, equations, formulae n the rest of it…and even come to enjoy it!

    but does the fear ever go..??

    thanks for dropping by, and for your kind n beautiful words linda, the sensitive wisdom of the divine feminine indeed! πŸ™‚ take care ~


  27. Math…so many bad memories….

    Chameleon is super cool! I love your illustrations. Every time check out this blog I enjoy it.

    Happy weekend!

  28. Nancy Lefko Says:

    I love this one….what a fabulous illustration…whenever I visit your blog it is a guaranteed smile-maker πŸ™‚

  29. Liza Says:

    Fab illustration! I’ll definitely be checking in again! Thanks for visiting my blog, too. x


  30. These beautiful creatures always seem to freak me out with the roaming eye thingee, but yours is just fabulous! Beautifully illustrated. I adore the colors and textures in there. Great illustration.

  31. Monica Says:

    A chameleon! Perfect choice, and a fine illustration! The colors are wonderful, all those shades of green and blue.

    And, Linda, thank you for your comment. You’re always so very supportive! πŸ™‚


  32. great colors and expression. i also love the writing, etc.
    πŸ™‚
    teri

  33. emily Says:

    Ah an other creature with funny feet! Great take on the theme! I love his expression.

  34. studiololo Says:

    I’m soooooooooo behind!!!!!

    This is truly amazing. I love it when chameleons numbers blend right in πŸ˜‰

    You rock and I miss you!

    XXXXX

  35. bobo&julia Says:

    Wow! Such a beautiful creature! I think Bobo would like him too, :D!


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