Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Boy + pen














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28 comments:

  1. Only a true artist can draw people on his feet!
    Good work :)
    x

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  2. Mmmmm - that gave me a laugh.

    I feel your pain - had a similar experience...(only messier)
    http://mylifeinthecountrytoday.blogspot.com/2010/11/friday-night-aka-farmgirl-makes-up.html

    I think drawing on the bottom of his feet shows class and style. Takes it up a notch.

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  3. That would have tickled so much to draw on feet!

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  4. Wow, that masterpiece must've taken a while!! But probably nowhere near as long as it's going to take to wash off!!

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  5. Am curling my OWN toes up just imagining the thought! Nice use of the universally recognised smiley face, front and centre on the third eye there ;P

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  6. An artist at work.....lol I hope it all washes off but it looks like he had such a blast with his art work :)

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  7. Took ages to wash off and left a nice blue tint to the bath water. But I thought it was creative!

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  8. Ha! Ha! this is classic. Always will be remembered now it is published. Don't even you with the clean up!

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  9. Brilliant!!! Love his creativity!!! xx

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  10. The artist has become the art...!

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  11. Now that I'm on to my third bub I too am getting the hang of 'don't get mad, get the camera!'
    xxxCate

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  12. ha ha, he reminds me of the tattooed man in the circus! what a living piece of art! I love th title of this post..Boy + Pen, a masterpiece!

    Gill xo

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  13. Because there's never enough paper around

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  14. OMG he is SO a perfect match for my Princess!

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  15. How can you not be happy when you have smiley toes? ;)

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  16. Drawing those people on his feed would have been quite a challenge. I know I'd find it very hard folding myself to do it.

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  17. I'm way too ticklish to draw on the bottoms of my feet. Clearly he is an artist.

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  18. Hah! That kid's GOOD.

    I do recall a time when I had fallen asleep on the couch. On my stomach. I used to have a LOT of freckles on my back. My wife gave my two sons (the third had not been born yet) pens - with which they played "Connect The Dots" with the freckles. I think I may have been sleeping off an afternoon in the yard with a TV, Ballgame, and Beer. Anyway, I awoke to a highly decorated back. And a hangover. And I had a serious grump on for a while.

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  19. Early signs of tattoo-lust?

    Hey, congrats on the Circle of Moms thing - I need to get voting!!! (I can't access FB at work, I must remember to do it when I get home!)

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  20. @ Toni - I love how you have our kids married off at age 6!

    Now you just need to find someone for me. :)

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  21. I like the toes. Made me smile.
    M2Mx

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  22. My kids love drawing on themselves too. Hell I still love to draw on myself!

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  23. If you buy him some paper you can keep the drawings forever....

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  24. I love your son's creativity! And that he was able to draw so well on the bottom of his feet. We've experienced similar body-art here lately, my boy has been turning himself into a tiger.

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  25. I have a feeling it was my daughter that drew on the bottom of his feet (teamwork)! I think the tiger look would be cute.

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