Tuesday, April 19, 2011

I Will Drawing That For You! Day 10

In The Golem's Eye, book 2 of Jonathan Stroud's Bartimaeus trilogy, there is a wonderful scene.
The djinni Bartimaeus is in the British Museum in the form of a big, tough minotaur. He has just realized that the enemy he was about to pounce on is way out of his league, so instead he tries to tip-toe daintily away unseen.

Chris, I will drawing that for you!


Thanks for the great concepts! This theme was a little too much like work. Time to go a little easier.

Tomorrow's theme is:

Hot Dogs.

15 comments:

Q said...

A doughnut-shaped hot dog. He doesn't fit in very well on the playground.

Alina said...

What a dainty minotaur. :)

I'd like to see a picture of the hotdog king and his baby.

Opaleyz said...

two dachshunds are raiding a hotdog stand when the hotdogs suddenly animate and start a condiment war.

buttercup said...

Tessa: A long wiener dog in a bun suit.
Ada: A dog that's hot from the sun and is sweating
Ryan: A knight Hot Dog
Robyn: Me eating a J-Dawg! Yum!

Laura said...

I love that minotaur! It comes from such a great book.
For the hotdog: a romantic date night with candles and a tablecloth...and hot dogs.

Jennifer said...

Hot Dog maverick fighter pilots in a dog fight.

Lizzie said...

Hot dogs playing cards.

megwrites said...

The leaning tower of hot dogs

Helene said...

Two snails romantically sharing a hot dog in front of a sunset.

And the minotaur is awesome!

Lindsay said...

can we do a corndog sweating in the hot sun, wearing a poker hat and fanning himself?

Anika S. said...

Eskimos holding steaming hot dogs in their hands to keep warm. Or maybe penguins.

Sarah C. said...

Big Hot Dog on Campus

Chris said...

Thanks for the minotaur!
You know how the rings that appear around the sun are called sun dogs? That's my hot-dog idea.
I also like Lindsay's corndog idea and Anika's penguin idea a lot.

Jenn said...

A hot dog lands on the planet Mars and grows into a hot dog tree... what do the Martians think?

Ron McCutchan said...

I meant to comment that even though this was inspired by THE GOLEM'S EYE, this reminds me a lot of THIEVES LIKE US (I am STILL waiting for that one to come up on your publishing schedule. Such a great manuscript!)