drawing on my perspective
Being wet made Harriet absolutely cranky and very very mad, which caused all the other chickens in the coop to walk on eggshells.
sooo funny! I like it a lot!
Wonderful – love both of them – their expressions and stances are great! I hadn’t heard the expression Mad as a wet hen!!
Love it!! I love the expressions in their eyes!
Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick chick… I’m loving your moody poultry flock Sketchie!
I just love your work … and knew you would come up with something great. I always look forward to your posts.
Fabulous chickens, Linda! I especially like the upside down comma shape of the body in the second one. Cute belly!
Wow, Linda! These are fabulous! So much fun! Clever! And so beautifully done!
Talent! I love your work. I want to be first to purchase your book when it is published. 🙂
Only you would come up with these. Awesome, awesome, awesome!
Love the facial expressions of these chickens!
Really amusing and well illustrated.
I love this! Wonderful job Linda!
Great so nice!!!
Hilarious hens Linda! I love the wet hen given’ the crazy stink eye, or is a cockeyed look? Either way she looks ready to crack.
Oh my goodness Linda! These are such AWESOME chickens!! The expressions, the body gestures.. spot on!! So much fun to look at! Thanks for the smiles!
I couldn’t even get one chicken done and here you’ve done too and both are too funny. Love them, thanks for the giggle Linda. You never disappoint.
For some reason my sister Debbie declared it national chicken week. Your illustration fits right in. Here I thought it was just kind of a family “the Life Of The American Chicken Week”. we need to appreciate our fellow chickens. Where would KFC be without them, although some people say the KfC chickens have been so genetically
change that they could no longer use the word chicken in the name. Anyway it is very clever and I always thought of you and Tom as being part of the family.
Chickens, cute as the dickens!
they are wonderful….I love the big belly 🙂
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