Friday, April 29, 2011

Illustration Friday - Lesson

Once upon a time I was told this story.

There once was a crow. He sat way up on a branch with nothing to do but enjoy himself and feel the wind in his face.

Along came a rabbit. The rabbit looked up at the crow and asked,
"May I be like you and sit all day doing nothing too?"

The crow looked down and sung out
"Why not? It's of little consequence to me."
So the rabbit sat down and commenced doing nothing
but enjoying himself and feeling the wind in his face.
Along came a fox.

The fox ate the rabbit."


Lesson: To be sitting and doing nothing but enjoying oneself, one must be sitting very high up.

I liked these little sketches enough to color them. That's a very tall compliment, little sketches. Congrats.


ruth said...

Heh, heh. This is great! Adorable illustrations.

Jack Foster said...

Ha! Great line work, wonderful illustrations and terrific lesson! Nice one Amber!

Sophie said...

Aww~ this one i'll remember

ruth said...

Yay! You're a Friday Favorite!

crem-bru-laa said...

i love the fox's pleased face once the poor bunny has been munched! charming work with a good moral too!


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