1. blf says

    The last one clearly shows the rats inside the leaf puppets — you can even see the rats’s tails… What’s the next step in this mad scheme, cross the leaf- and bird-puppets to get flying carnivorous nuts (powered, of course, by furiously pedaling rats)… would put a whole new menace into the warning May Contain Nuts.

  2. says


    It was the footprint… of a gigantic hound.

    :Laughs: If I dyed Jayne black, he would make an excellent Hound of the Baskervilles!

    I love the colors, they make me want to do artsy things.

    That’s the best possible comment I could ever get, thank you. Your previous nature-based work is absolutely gorgeous, you have a wonderful way with it. I’m busy with the needle today, stitching along to Sherlock Holmes movies. :D I’ll have to pop The Hound of the Baskervilles in next.

  3. Ice Swimmer says

    The second to last kind implies that the leaf is swimming (can’t decide if it’s dog paddling or doing breaststroke) towards the viewer.

    The last is pauwtiful. The first and the last are connected by the fanned shapes of the paw and the leaf.

    The third has cartoon-bird-looking leaves on the upper left corner, but what’s the dark brown, oval thing on the lower right corner? An acorn, a beetle or what.

    There’s so much to see.

  4. says

    Ice Swimmer:

    The last is pauwtiful.

    Jayne will be pleased. :D

    what’s the dark brown, oval thing on the lower right corner?

    It’s a seed of some kind, but I can’t remember what it belongs to. I’ll have to ask Rick when he gets home on Sunday.

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