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Thursday, September 17, 2009

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Kevin had the right address, but there was definitely something strange happening at 1042 West Chestnut.

9 comments:

michael robertson said...

beautiful stuff, man!... fantastic blog-I love your moleskines.

Bart's Rebecca said...

IN 8th grade I had a history teacher named Mr. Snodgrass...seriously.

Art Fan Ako said...

This reminds me of the children's illustrator DePaolo. Awesome lines and composition!

janae said...

I love the glow. Poor kid. He's in trouble!

denise said...

I'm scared for him

Natasha Wheatley said...

So I don't know if you grew up watching the Nickelodeon network when it was in it's heyday like I did. Anyways, there was a awesome animated show called, "Doug". In one episode he was over his friends house (who were twins) and their father creeped him out big time. The whole episode he tries to figure out what the dad did in the basement all night- from evil science experiments to being a spy. Turns out he just had a doughnut bakery.

This little guy reminds me of that episode... It looks really creepy and sounds creepy (no offense to any of you Snodgrass' out there!), but there is probably something totally innocent that you'd never expect behind that scary door. I'm going to root for doughnuts, I mean... who wouldn't?

Jenna Baker said...

I'm scared for the little boy! Haha. I love the lines and the way they all match up to make this great picture.

Sam said...

Natasha - Yeah, I was just thinking about "Doug" the other day. And Doug's friend who was blue. Why was he blue, anyway? Weird.

And doughnuts sound nice right about now.

Everyone else - I'm not scared for Kevin. He has a backpack.

Cara and Barry said...

Love that last comment. :)