drawing on my perspective
Whew! Just under the wire. One hour left for this week’s theme! This has to be a personal record for me.
I’m so proud… sniff!
haha, very cute dust bunnies!
Darling . . . a a achoo!
I think it is absolutly great, sometimes you can get the most amazing things at the last moment!!
Awww look! It’s dust bunnies! LOL! How cute Linda.. Love it!
And yes I am proud of you..One hour left! You like living on the edge girl! ;o)
Glad you got in under the wire Linda! This is so adorable! The expression on the front guy is priceless and the pose on #2 is great! I love your imagination and your style!
I wish my dust bunnies looked as cute – I might keep them. Right now, they’re looking more like black dog hair:(
awwww, poor little dust bunnies, so cute!
You really nailed the perspective and action of this illustration! Nice job! Bravo!
This is so fantastic, Linda! Why didn’t I think of that!?! But even if I had — your special take is so creative, fun and lively. Wonderful, wonderful piece! LOVE it!
wow what a cool sketch!! the perspective is brilliant!! 🙂
Fantastic, and so perfect in black-and-white too. Brilliant as ever.
By the way, in England they don’t have dust bunnies, they call those puffy clouds of dust “slut’s wool”. But that’s a whole other drawing…
Glad you made it – I didn’t, sniff! So cute you can forgive them for being there!
I knew you couldn’t resist dust bunnies! Very fun, as are the chickens!
I LOVE this piece, well done…both in concept and execution 😉
Great perspective here…and as always nice character designs…
You’re amazing. 🙂
In MY house, it’s the broom that is afraid of the dust bunnies, they are so big and scary 🙂
You have totally given me inspiration to get my butt in gear and actually do the illustration friday submissions – which I have been meaning to for some time 😉
Great work – love your characters.
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