søndag, august 27, 2006

run


The white rabbit would teach the porcupine to run. "You must learn to run for your life," he said. "But - I'll just curl up, " the porcupine said. "No, it's not OK," the rabbit said.

The rabbit said: "Just look at me - down with your nose and strech on your hind leg very hard, ready to run!" The porcupine tried - but ouch! His nose fellt to the dirt, and his hind legs hang in the air.

"Maybee you should curl up, " the rabbit said.


24 kommentarer:

steve sagde ...

So charming and funny Georg! I can see a book made from these illos you do.

michael dailey sagde ...

feel like there's a leasson to be learned here. cute illo and story

Digital Scott's illustrationblog sagde ...

You have a really neat style! I really like this.

Jana Bouc sagde ...

Very cute little critters. I like your style.

luisa brehm sagde ...

sooooo cool and tender, Georg !!!

Sandra White sagde ...

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Robert McLaughlin sagde ...

Very cute story and illustration!

Tony LaRocca sagde ...

Hee hee. Reminds me of the old Will Vinton Claymation about the rabit using method-acting thechniques to teach a pig to cross the road. Very cute.

Mauricio sagde ...

Hello Georg,

Great illustration

See you!

harlequinpan sagde ...

Hello!georg!

Thanks for coming by and giving such kind comment.your artworks are very creative,are you an artistic creator for fairy tales? very nice works!

georg sagde ...

Thankyou everyone for your kind comments!

To harlequinpan:
I'm just a happy amateur. I'm making these images, because I like making them, and because I in this little world can describe joys and troubles much easier than in the real world..

So - it's (nearly allways) just for fun!

FreeCyprus sagde ...

mmm...soap in the sun

melting!

FreeCyprus sagde ...

the lady/man bugs were so "engaged" just like the man/woman in previous post....that's the best "engaged"...oblivious to anything but each other
:-)

Johanna H. Kim sagde ...

Your illos make me happy! Thanks:)

tiffinix sagde ...

I love this it is so charming! The rabbit is just great. Very cool.

harlequinpan sagde ...

Hi georg!

Thanks again!
"just for fun" is not so easy,
you really do a good job,I'll
be back for more!

Good luck!

phinner sagde ...

So cute!!! And I like your illo too!!!

Thanks for stopping by and making the nice comment!

: .)

Random York sagde ...

Very nice! Lot's of great texture!

Sandra White sagde ...

phentermine - health insurance - debt consolidation - home equity loans Nice comment.. I ll come back for sure :]

darkdarling sagde ...

Just drop by first time. Love your work very much.
Lovely story, adorable characters, and net illustration.
Did you write and illustrate all by yourself? Brilliant!
You are such a great story teller.

airikshin1ng sagde ...

Thanks for your generous comments.
The conversation between the rabbit and porcupine is interesting.

Ergotelina sagde ...

Great Story!....

Is this a danish tale?

Is this from Aesopus?....

i only know about the rabbit
and the turtle...

Have a nice Saturday



god lørdag

kyssen.....

:)

georg sagde ...

Thankyou all for your kind comments - I'm very happy about it :-)

To Ergo te Lina:
No, it's not a danish tale - or yes, in a way, it's mine and I'm danish :-)


I have written it myself. I thinks, it would fit some of my characters in my little world in my blog.

The porcupine is the one, who always is very unlucky - and maybee a little thoughtless? I'm a little sorry for him, allthough I sometimes laugh at little of him - but though he is sweet and cute.

The rabbit thinks, he knows everything best, he is the best to everything, he thinks. But he cares for the others, he's not a mean rabbit. Often it's not so good, because he forgets, that animals (and human beeings..) isn't identical.

It's easyer to tell us human beings's joys and troubles in this little world here than in the real world.


greetings - georg

Ergotelina sagde ...

tak for den skøn fortaelling

om kanin og hulepindsvin

hilsen!...................

fra Graekenland...

:)