A collection of doodles with a bit of commentary by RICK GREEN - your cartooning friend

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Stinkers

Here's a crazy little doodle that I think some of you might find a reason to use.

Maybe you've been a bit of a stinker lately. I don't know, maybe you didn't send Grandma a birthday card—God forbid. But if you have been a bad little blogger, and you're in the mood to share to the details with the world, then please feel free to Copy & Share If You Dare this doodle to help you highlight you're walk on the smelly side of life. Please tell me when you do because I want to come and read the sordid details. Your state of embarrassment somehow makes me feel better.

I've had a lot of practice drawing skunks. One of my dreams is to write and illustrate a children's book. Over the years I've made up several stories that I've had a number of opportunities to share with children. Most of my stories aren't written down anywhere—they just rattle around in my head. One of my favorite stories is about a skunk named Sully. Some day soon I am going to start on that project. Someday... Soon...

(If you're not up on my request for my Copy & Share If You Dare doodles, then please take time to read the instructions in the right column. Thanks.)

16 comments:

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

Now that's what I call a 'rotten eggy!' Rick this was priceless. Thanks for always making me smile. xxoo

Terri Tiffany said...

I so enjoy coming here and seeing what you've drawn up next!

darsden said...

He is cute Rick, I might just have to use him one day.

Janie said...

I'm always a little stinker at 5 foot 2. lol Real cute. Have a great day. Janie

Brandy Rose said...

Hehe, my favorite doodle since I started following. :D

Brenda said...

LOL> He's cute> He'd probably fit with my blog some time. I'll let you know.

Tismee2 said...

I love Stinky. I wish you'd drawn him a few days ago when I was posting about 'gas' on my Less of the Lard Arse blog.

Although I'm sure there will be many more opportunities!!

Erika Jean said...

seize the day! I would buy your books for all the kids I babysit!!

GE is me said...

Ummm, no better time than the present.(to get those stories down) Rick, as you well know, none of us are promised tomorrow. I have 2 adorable little girls who'd probably love to hear your stories. ;) ;)
I like the doodle.
When you aren't doodling start writing. :) nudge, nudge (With those beautiful daughters you have, I'm sure you'll have grandbabies of your own some day.)

Missy said...

Let me know if you ever write about Sully. I'd love to read it.

*M*

justabeachkat said...

I love it Rick! I'll probably use it at some point. It's very very cute.

Hugs!
Kat

Reddirt Woman said...

Oh, you know where this one's going to end up. I am, as you know, a lover of skunks and skunk stories. I think it started with PePe Le Phew... many, many years ago.

Thanks for sharing, Big Joy Guy!

Helen

Fire Hunt said...

I just got my email out to you sorry!

JustinB said...

I like it!!!

Felisol said...

I like your skunk drawing.
I also am fascinated by children's story books.
Just yesterday I finished reading a biography of Astrid Lindgren.
Her books are forever inspiring young and old.
Hope you might be too.
From Felisol

Anna Russell said...

Hahaha! I love this, your drawings are great :)

Hugs
Anna xxx