11 June 2013

Traveller


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Mr Applenose had a large apple garden.
Every autumn he sold his apples on the yearly vegetable fairs. This year, alarmingly many apples were disappearing. Mr Applenose was unaware that the long-nosed bunnies were eating his apples every night.
Feeling a bit stressed out, Mr Applenose filled his acorn suitcases with his apples and travelled towards the nearest fair. (Not seeing the long-nosed bunnies sleeping just a few feet away from him, with their bellies filled with his delicious apples.)

11 comments:

  1. Hihi Love your little short strories to the pictures :) and happy you still manage to keep your awesome imagination going even with a full time work! Huggs// Angus

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    1. Haha, äntligen någon som uppskattar det, det är faktiskt klurigt att baka in egen kreativitet med ett fulltidsjobb :)

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  2. Aww, this is beautiful!

    xoxo,
    Avo (www.avoslife.com)

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  3. Love this whimsy! Children's book in the making!!

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  4. what a great illustration! once again - you're so talented girl! :)

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  5. Wanted to give your lovely illustration as a gift to my brother but sadly they do not deliver to Latvia. That is really weird :(((

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  6. You're so talented! I'm truly in love with your characters. One question; is it possible to get your illustrations as cases for Samsung Galaxy S2? I can't seem to find that option on society6 anymore?

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    1. Thank you Jasmine, there's only for samsung s4 unfortunately:
      http://society6.com/UlrikaKestere/Fox-riding-moose_iPhone-Case#9=152

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  7. Oh so cute your characters are, what personality and charisma! I am an artist too, trying to make a name of myself and find "my style". How did you come up with this style? Maybe a hard question but it would be interesting to know =) Take a look at my art if you would like to visit my blog :D

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