Sunday, 28 April 2013

IF Farewell




                                                                  Size: 19 x 20 cms
                                                                  Media: Pen & Ink
                                                                  Pen: Sailor Sapporo

Farewell Penelope Dullaghan and good luck with your new ventures...Thanks.... The Pen Mover..

28 comments:

  1. Esto es serio, hombre. muchas veces ocurre entre un hombre y una mujer, que ellos se dicen adiós, pero no se animan a separarse.!!!!!
    you show us the funny side, but this is serious

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  2. Haha! These are great busts. I wonder, since they can't exactly go anywhere, if they are stuck having this conversation forever. Maybe sometimes they make up. :D

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    1. I think these two are a metaphor for relationships in general...When someone walks out or slams the door...they don't usually intend to go far...(sometimes they do.)

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  3. Their conversation is so stone cold. Heheheh!

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    1. Haha...stoned again! (Robert Crumb)

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  4. Ha ha ha!! Like Cindy says....where are they going to go?!

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  5. So this is the classic couple, always threatening divorce when they get upset. Poor neighbors... (The Socrates bust on the upper self must be very tired with them?)

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  6. The final & dramatic door-slamming might be a little tough here....
    Love it!!!

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    1. Its a delicate situation here...one slammed door could lead to a broken heart.

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  7. Well.. are YOU leaving or am I ?

    Are you just going to stand there like a statue?

    OHHHHH... DON'T give me that look!!

    I was really going to leave... but come to think of it.. YOU'D better leave now!

    You're STILL here???

    Well then... l'M leaving! No kidding this time.... I'm out of here....

    Really, funny cartoon Rod. It inspired this dialog in my head. It would make a great Terry Gilliam style short.

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    1. I'm glad it inspired that funny dialogue Ted, thanks! I love Terry Gilliam and he was one of my childhood heroes..I still have his book "Animations of Mortality" (1978) that I received one Christmas as my parents knew how much I was obsessed.

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  8. You make me guffaw. Thanks for the belly laugh.

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  9. Excellent! What else can I say?

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  10. indeed, great idea.
    (and as Koosje said...)

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  11. I guess this scene precedes a stony silence! ...great blog, thank you for sharing. I will be back :) Lisa

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    1. I'm glad you'll be back.............................stony silence...

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  12. Well, this made me laugh too. Where are you getting these published???

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    1. Thanks!! No where, I do them for this blog! That was a great compliment though!

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Thanks Guys!!