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Really like this, the underworld / gangster theme works really well with your characters. I think you might lose the cookie jar outline which is great if your added more to this. (I agree about adding a further bunny scene to my post but ran out of room on the paper and was a bit lazy!)
Are you kidding? I love a good story! Great fun!
No way! Not ma's cookie jar!!!You're funny!
Nobody, but NOooobody messes with Ma's cookie jar! This is fantastic. I LOVE the chalk outline. Too funny!ps. I like it just the way it is. No need to add anything more.
This is so cool! I love it when there's a different take on the prompt! You rocked this one!www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com
Nice job, your foggy post was the first I saw of Illustration Friday and it wet my appetite. Nice job on this one too, I'll look for you.
nice job on the characters!
As always, I love your characters. And the chalk outline of your mom's cookie jar....witty!
lol love it... very funny :)
I've added you to my blog list. I'll look for you next week.
heehee... those jerks. (I love humorous art :)
How dare they those dastardly villians! Great expressions!
Great scene and story. The characters have great expressions too :) I like your style. Thanks for visiting my blog. Yes I used watercolour pencils. How about you/ are these coloured pencils?
Hilarious! Lately, I always check out your blog when I need a chuckle
Wow, thanks for your comments everyone! I was thinking of doing a series of crime scene drawings, and after the response this one got I've decided to do it. Now all I need is the time.You folks should check out Susan Gysin's blog, she has some amazing pencil drawings posted there. WOW.Shannon -- I do pencil sketches, then scan them, and colorize in Photoshop on a semi-transparent layer (or layers). Sometimes it looks like colored pencil, sometimes pastels.Carli -- Thank you! I love to make people laugh. 8 )
great idea! :)
a wonderful scene, very clever response to the word
Great illo! Nice touch with the cookie jar outline.I can't tell from the image, but is that the perp outside the window?
And Tom wins the observant prize for being the only one to notice the perp returned to the scene of the crime. It was a lot easier to spot in my hi-res version. *GOLF-CLAP* for Tom everybody. 8 )
oh, that's just not right, messing with a cookie jar!! super cute, ryan!a : )
Oh,no! That's inexcusable! Mum's cookie jar is almost sacred!I like the idea of the crime scene series. It would be great fun in your hands! I can't wait to see it :)
Great story and great illo!
Oh this is great! I love it! Nice job Ryan!
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