legless under the table.amputeeble....that's all I've got.
I know the feeling.
I've got a challenge for you (should you choose to accept it, mr)- to illustrate these ones:won for the roadgeneration gappush in boots.Out of interest- I'd like to know your process for idea generation- do you come up with the image first and caption second? Or the other way round?You can answer in rebus form if you'd prefer..
There are two rules on this blog, Dave. No 'professional' work (except rejects) and no requests. I prefer this to be a place where I can let my mind and pen wander where it wants, rather than where someone else wants. Sorry about that.As for idea generation, it mostly starts with the image - but not always! There are NO rules on that.I did think about discussing idea generation on Non-stick, but everybody is doing that and I don't have anything new to add (or subtract).I hope this reply has been useful.
Cheers, mr!Sorry to overstep that request boundary there.Loving the lear stuff, too! His cockatoo is fantastic! I had no idea he did that stuff!warrants further attention methinks...
No worries, mate.As always with these things, Lear's studies are more lively than the finished prints (which you can find online here: http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2008/11/parrots.htmlwith some better biographical information than I've provided).I can't find his sketches anywhere, but the prints are worth looking at anyway.
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