Monday, January 16, 2012

Make Good Decisions!

After I accidentally destroyed my new portrait this weekend, I wanted to paint something to remind myself to be more careful in the future. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Though, I don't think my portrait is curable.


The mister and I went to the movies some years ago and saw a carload full of tweens getting out of a mini van. Their mom shouted after them, "Have fun! And make good decisions!" I thought it was adorable.


I rather like this little guy, especially his dainty Peter Pan collar and precious green bow-tie. He's a bit Mother Goosey and a bit kawaii too. I hope you like him!


Have a happy week, and make good decisions!


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25 comments:

  1. That is definitely a precious little bow tie. And such a sad face. (I really love the images on your sidebar in the decorative frames!)

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  2. Beautiful work! Thank you for an inspiring visit!!!

    ............
    love + luck + bliss,
    missysue

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  3. Oh, so sorry to hear about the incurable portrait. I am liking this drawing very much though. Kawaii! I hope you don't have anymore portrait disasters for the year.

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  4. this is lovely, his outfit makes me think of little lord fauntelroy or oliver twist-that kind of victorian era. i love that the mom said that to her kids-hugely clever way of being there while not being there, if you know what i mean!

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  5. I like this a lot...and the type style works well with the whole piece.

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  6. Wonderful work, you have an amazing talent!

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  7. Gorgeous style. Hope he stays still...

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  8. This is lovely. And great motto too!

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  9. Lovely creation and great style!~ namaste, carol (Share the Creative Journey)

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  10. He's very cute...looks like he's regretting the decision that cracked his noggin.

    Better luck with your next portrait.

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  11. He is adorable, but I am most impressed with his brick wall!

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  12. What an adorable fellow, and a motto worth remembering.

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  13. This is just great, I had to chuckle too.

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  14. This is my first visit and I loved seeing this adorable little painting... I think I need someone to yell at me to make good decisions to remind me every day.... looking forward to coming back and happy PPF xx

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  15. How sad to ruin a piece of art by accident... maybe you can try some mixed media and cover the bad part?
    Your little guy here is adorable

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  16. Great image...his little tiny frown is adorable.
    And I like that bit of advice about have fun and make good decisions! :)

    I'll have to look up the word kawaii now. :)

    I am your newest blog follower! :)

    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  17. I think he's adorable!! Just want to give him (a very gentle) hug.

    So sorry about the portrait. Frustrating when that happens.

    Happy PPF!

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  18. oh...its good to see he survived his onward bad decision...because you know we all make them!...lol...xxx

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  19. oh tooooo cute! But so sorry about your painting. boo.

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  20. Perfect! Humpty especially needs to make good decisions. Very lovely and very inspiring!

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  21. Your piece is charming and wonderfully whimsical. LOVE IT!
    Belated Happy PPF!
    Sheri Cook/HappyHorseStudio

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