SkADaMo 2013 Day 10 (late)

November 11, 2013

high horse 450

Whoops, missed a day! I guess I’m was just a little low “energy”. So don’t get all up on your “High Horse” about it!

Get it? High horse… I was late… and you’re…

It’s funny, trust me.

Cornball jokes aside, why not cruise on by here and check my fellow SkADaMoers!

Just wanted to mention that I seem to be keeping up with PiBoIdMo, a picturebook idea a day so far! Nothing earth-shattering yet, but some fun ideas to riff off of and those daily post on Tara’s blog, “Writing for Kids (While Raising Them) are so inspiring and fun to read!

Also, I tried to slip in a reason to post to Illustration Friday this week, where the word of the week is “energy.”

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28 Responses to “SkADaMo 2013 Day 10 (late)”


  1. The interview with Schmid convince: take those ideas and fly with ’em!

  2. laurazarrin Says:

    Too funny! Love it!

  3. Susanna Says:

    fabulous!!
    no pink elephant in the sky but a horse!

  4. artseafartsea Says:

    Great stuff. The images are so cute!!!


  5. Too bad you were horsing around and couldn’t post your sketches on time. I’ll try to rein in my indignation. The mane thing is that you are moving forward with PiBoIdMo. I think I’ll hoof-it over to see what the other sketchers are doing. Thanks!

  6. Vicki Says:

    That horse makes me laugh out loud. Funny, funny!

  7. Sarah Says:

    I really love the horse’s expression!

  8. Bobbie Dacus Says:

    That is just awesome!!

  9. Jacqui Says:

    Very cool. I was looking at the pic trying to guess what the idiom was before scrolling down. No not pigs might fly… its a horse… very creative take. Love the expression on the kids faces

  10. writersideup Says:

    And here I was going to say “Horse Fly”! lol


  11. One of my favorite:) Love it:)


  12. You are owning these idioms, Linda!

  13. S. D. Browne Says:

    This is so great!! I love the way you draw children (all mine look like little adults)… Looking forward to exploring your site more!


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