Saturday, 17 December 2011

24 things I drew this month - Thing Seventeen

There is actually a perfectly good explanation for why I have spent some of this evening making a paper model of a tube train driven by Queen Victoria, and carrying, among others, Isaac Newton, Morecambe and Wise, Henry VIII and Winnie the Pooh.

Hard though I accept that may be to believe.



25 comments:

Sarah-L-B said...

While the rest of us sit here shaking our fists at the screen in anticipation... ;)

RuseSymbiotic said...

it's 'an opus to be proud of though it's written in the sand.'

Sparrow said...

Placeholder - an art form all its own. Looking forward to your next work of genius!

Kaitebon said...

What is commenting on these the blogging equivalent of?

Annie said...

And how time pauses for a moment as we reflect upon the day? :D

Anonymous said...

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Sparrow said...

I LOVE it! Once again you show your limitless talent.

You spend a lot of time in the tube, so why not make a train car. Brilliant!

anthrowyn said...

Cute! It looks like Winnie the Pooh is the only one enjoying the ride though...

Pauline said...

I've often said, the holiday season is the time for pointless crafts. Should I make a Melbourne tram? I had honestly not thought of that before.

Kaitebon said...

That is adorable.

Explanation forthcoming?

Trillian said...

This looks like it should contain an assortment of chocolates.

Sarah-L-B said...

OK you win, totally worth teasing us with the placeholder for it. This is so quirky!

Gordiana17 said...

What will come next? Will you draw some sound, for example a TARDIS noise? ;)
I begin to believe, everything is possible for you.
Not fair! ;)

Anonymous said...

That is absolutely enchanting! :)

Sara

Daedalus said...

Pooh looks like Shrek with jaundice!

prwelly said...

I love this. Making a tube from a tube. But I can't quite work out the tube destination. I'm going for Morden or Hendon (as in Hendon Central...but I'm not sure that's ever end of line anyway)on the Northern Line. But then it might just be a made up destination to fit with your cast of passengers. Yes? No?

Stu said...

Pah! They'll let anyone on the tube these days ...

Amandha said...

This is so adorable!

Miss Pear said...

I could marry you for this.

- A pathetic Tube nerd

Becky said...

Pretty sure this just cements the idea that you are utter perfection, sir.

Anonymous said...

Shakespear looks like he's wearing a mask and has robbed a bank, or something equaly shifty.
Capital peice of work

Jess said...

Hello there. Just scrolling through your twenty-four things, which I didn't know about till today. I think this one is my favourite. :D

Pauline said...
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Random_Nexus said...

I missed this one, somehow! That made me grin hugely.

Anonymous said...

this is brilliant! why can't I draw.... want to make one of these now. you could market them.