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Mack considered himself fairly athletic, so he was up to the challenge when the girls invited him to play during recess. However, as he jumped, he thought to himself, "What did I get myself into?!"
Each week I try to play around, experiment, and have some fun. I figured there may be several pieces featuring jumping rope, so I wanted mine to be a little bit different..... I hoped bringing Mack onto the playground would accomplish that....
When I learned the theme this week was "JUMP," I couldn't help but recall poor Molly and Rusty from "INTENTION" and wanted to give them another moment in the sun, to make up for the pain & suffering. Unfortunately, they don't really qualify for "JUMP." Maybe......"FAILED-TO-JUMP......." and of course, "INTENDED-TO-JUMP....." But you'll be glad to know Molly has fully recovered from her concussion, and now sweeps the rails for spiders before bringing Rusty onto the course!
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It was Molly's INTENTION to clear the fence WITH Rusty, but unfortunately, she ended up going it alone.
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Fun Illustration. The tiger is very cute.ReplyDelete
The tiger is super lovable! Great idea.ReplyDelete
Both are great and so much fun!ReplyDelete
He is doubtful isn't he? Fun illustration!ReplyDelete
The tiger jumping rope is so creative. They're both great illustrations.ReplyDelete
I love the tiger skipping. Lots of fun!ReplyDelete
I really like the way you draw horses. So beautiful!ReplyDelete
I like Both pictures very much, with a preference for the tiger playing with the children.ReplyDelete
Love the tiger. He looks soooo uncomfortable.ReplyDelete
One can't go wrong with tigers and horses! Both well done...and FUN!ReplyDelete
they are both super fun!ReplyDelete
Awaawwww. Hahaha! I love the gigantic tiger playing jumprope with the girls. That have me a chuckle. Can you imagine? Aaaww. That poor rider. Incidentally, I have seen a few during the olympics.ReplyDelete
Both Mack and Molly's llustrations are super fun! You illustrated the jump topic very well!keep the good work up!ReplyDelete
Both pictures are adorable! But the tiger playing jump rope...awww...absolutely darling!!ReplyDelete
Both illustrations are super cute and funny, good job :)ReplyDelete
Haha the tiger's expression is priceless. Definitely worried. Little girls will do that to a tiger in some circumstances. Love Rusty, too!ReplyDelete
I saw a jump roping dog on tv yesterday, but a tiger is even better! Fun pieces :)ReplyDelete
TOO fun, MIT! I love both illustrations, and now I am just cracking up at the horse in a bucket below this section of your blog. AWESOME! I think you really captured the tiger wonderfully...that is one difficult animal to draw and you nailed it!ReplyDelete
The spider is very dangerous! :)ReplyDelete
The tiger is awesome. Usually know to be a ferocious animal and you've made him look as tame as a house cat!ReplyDelete
Great expression on your tiger--you can feel the apprehension!ReplyDelete
Jumping with tiger - what an interesting idea!Delete
Hooray for tigers! Love his expression here.ReplyDelete
(I really need to look at other people's comments before I comment and say the same thing they did.) ;)ReplyDelete
Poor Mack! He is definitely not happy about his predicament. I hope he finds a graceful way out!ReplyDelete
Poor Kitty! I love your tiger, such movement, and I love his expression!ReplyDelete
I love your tiger, and he reminds me the tigger from Winnie the Pooh. :)ReplyDelete
Fun illustrations. I like the tiger jump roping.ReplyDelete
Well ... it's a very important lesson for Mark. Don't mess with a girls game of skipping rope ... you don't stand a chance.ReplyDelete
HAHAHAHA! Ahh, his expression is PRICELESS! I saw a video of a dog who actually can double-dutch!ReplyDelete
Glad you gave Molly and Rusty another moment to shine. Still not doing it right, I see, but practice makes perfect. Love your humor!
Love the humour here! The expressions on their faces is amazing! :DReplyDelete
I love it that Mark is the one who's intimidated! And Rusty too, come to think of it. (Though in that case poor Molly bears the brunt of his arachnophobia!)ReplyDelete
(Also, how cool to work for a hoop-making company! I make a lot of hoops but mainly to feed my own addiction. %\ Keep at it with opposite current-- you'll be hoopidextrous eventually, I promise!)
You may want to try the pair do a western ride? Maybe?ReplyDelete