Saturday, January 17, 2015

Indy and Harry

We're heavily into many things at our house, as is the case with many houses. So here are the fruits of many hours spent with Harry Potter and Indiana Jones.

Somehow, I'd like to see an Indy/Harry mashup, but after the disaster that was "Crystal Skull," I'm not sure my favorite would come out the victor. These first two are from a pupative book our youngest started to write. It got this far.

Then we have good ol' Henry Jones, Junior. Looking mighty dapper with his whip and his stubble, I might add.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Square Balloon?

I'm not getting much art out of our oldest these past few months -- he's turned into a teenager and is concealing more from Mom and Dad than he used to. But some things still leak out.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Christmas Is . . .

First of all, I'm so sorry I haven't posted here in months. Can't explain it. Really, really busy I guess.

But here's a Christmas acrostic poem, with a little bit of art.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

More Indian Signs

Give the kids an idea -- writing messages with Indian signs -- and you get all sorts of things coming through.

I'll have to find our youngest's scout book and scan the page that offers an interpretation of the story. Our daughter was courteous enough to provide her own translation.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Dear Dad, Dear Mom

Speaking of propaganda -- here's some from our oldest.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Best Me . . .

Too bad my scanner cut off the first sign . . .

This is, of course, propaganda from their DARE program at school.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Remember, Check Both Sides

It's fun, of course, to see the art.

Though sometimes, what's on the back of the art is even more interesting.

Remember, I don't explain 'em, I just post 'em.