Friday, February 5, 2010

A Lion of Lions

The Brief: A Line of Lions...It's the same word! Line and Lion! Hey, how about you draw one of their prey, like a dead antelope that they want to eat?
The Attempted Assistance: Hey, want me to do the horns for you? And they bit her, so I'm going to make a little hole of blood. Can I do that at the end?
The Critique (of completed work): Coool - but you didn't do the little blood spot... What about lion cubs? I want you to do it with the lion cubs. And the mother right next to them. Why did you do it all boys? I wanted you to do some mothers.
Job Status: Approved


Michael G said...

Your daughter is right...lionesses are the primary hunters for the pride.

Betsy B. Honest said...

Yes, I think only mothers would form a line like that. The male lions would all turn on eachother and fight.

Wise little girl.

Also, I'm glad I'm not the only one who never does anything right!

Bill Z said...

well, I'll add this to my list of zoological mistakes along with consistently drawing 3-fingered t-rexes, and calling caimans crocodiles and giant squid octopuses

Neil said...

hahha.. great stuff...

always happy when I see a new post pop up in my RSS Reader from this blog...!