01 October 2013

Wordless Wednesday

Myrtle

Alpine

Not peanuts.

Those are NOT peanuts.

You're giving me moose turds?!?

I'll eat 'em!

turtleback

King of the Mountain

16 comments :

  1. They are really well done, looks like they almost have expressions too with the head tilt lol

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    1. Thanks, Pat! I was very pleased I was able to pinch some personality into the goat!

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    1. Thanks, Bill! It was fun, even if I do have to wear reading glasses to do this tiny stuff now...

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  3. HA, HA....You wouldn't REALLY give the goat moose turds, would you? ;)
    Adorable and fun!

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    1. Nope, Maria, only peanuts. The chocolate-covered almonds are mine. ALL MINE!!! :)

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  4. oh, the little turtle is adorable. So cute.
    Glad you liked my blue dress. :)

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  5. First of all, those are most assuredly NOT Moose *excrement* but giant Goat Berries...from a VERY large goat. Now the cute little goat in question is obviously an Alpine and is most likely looking upon this phenomenon with sincere admiration. The lovely turtle (whose name is Myrtle, by the way) does not care if those inferior nuts are being served (since they are NOT Peanuts) and more than likely is holding out for things like veggies. She is very health conscious. And that last picture just proves my point about the Alpine. Ella tries to do that to me. It is just that I am obviously more fleet of foot than poor Myrtle.
    Both the itty bitty goat (even though it is an Alpine) and the turtle are exquisitely rendered. We knew if anyone could do it, it would be you. Well done!!!!!
    Your friend,
    Marigold

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    1. Oh, Marigold, you have won the "Make Me Laugh" Award for the day! Goat berries... I LOVE it!

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  6. They are so cute! As my partner, Lea often says "I want one".

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  7. Those are gorgeous, and the poses are hilarious!

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  8. Tallulah particularly admires Myrtle's long graceful neck. And I see that the goat has airplane ears! But what is the goat's name? Marigold will have to enlighten us on that one.

    (Gertie? "Gertie and Myrtle" sound well together.) :)

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