I apologize in advance for this one

I sketched out a very quick cartoon. I couldn’t help it. I saw this quote from the actor who played Thorin in The Hobbit movies, and well… I don’t think my brain would leave it alone until I did it:

“Well, big boots and then fake prosthetic hands which is very disappointing when you go to the bathroom during shooting… very, very disappointing.” — Richard Armitage

So yes, I got a little silly. It seems to have cracked up a lot of people though, so I’m glad we could all have a little chuckle over it.

View quick cartoon here.

Not sure if I will be able to draw anything else before the end of 2013. I still need to do my end-of-year blog entry. I’ve a feeling I will cringe when I see how little I sewed, but at the same time I drew a lot which I was not expecting to do at all. I think I may break down the year for quite a few things, and not just focus on sewing so I can really put it in perspective.

I also need to plan for 2014. Anyway, thanks for looking! 😉


About Cynthia Griffith

I have way too many interests and hobbies, and continually cycle through them -- paying attention to some, while others wait for when I can get around to them again. My main interests are sewing and costuming (I enjoy historical clothing, such as 18th and 19th century, as well as fantasy costumes like elves and hopefully someday even dwarves), as well as getting back to art by drawing fan art of Thorin Oakenshield and Company. My husband Christopher and I spend a lot of time together, enjoying the outdoors and shared hobbies such as juggling. This blog and website is my way to share what I'm up to with friends and family.
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2 Responses to I apologize in advance for this one

  1. Well, you know I like it because it reminds me of the things you used to just put out there when we did comic book stuff 🙂 It’s a funny thought, and a funny comic strip.

  2. I’ve seen some great fan art in comic strip form. It makes me want to do a lot more sequential art… until I remember how much time it can take up and I have way too many hobbies as it is.

    I suppose we’ll just have to see once I’ve got things more under control schedule-wise, and drawing becomes easier again.

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