Saturday, August 27, 2011

Gnomes Cloud Hunting


Gnomes In Their Natural Habitat:
An article by Sarah Bosserman, Gnome Expert

 Often times the rural Gnome can be found cloud hunting. Cloud hunting gnome-style consist of 1 net, and hours of kicking, flinging and giggling fun. Many a time they have been known to climb tall hills and leap wildly for a particularly fluffy cloud. Once caught, the little creatures display the pink, yellow and white clouds on fire place mantles, eager to rouse the jealousy of a neighbor. Gnomes are a very competitive species.
Here are some sketches I drew while observing them in their natural environment.



On another note, a large crow convention consisting of thousands of our feathered friends was spotted on the edge of a sky way.




Stay Artsy,
~Sarah Bosserman

1 comment:

  1. Super blog! J'aime beaucoup!:)


    Angela Donava
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