Sunday, 1 March 2009

Little Red Booties

Firstly thanks for all your feed back and comments. I have thoroughly enjoyed my first week as a blogger. As for the little triangular man in his little red boots. I had a number of responses saying that he could not be found in either of the Shadowland pictures posted yesterday. As I settled in front my laptop I discovered that I could not find him either! Usually his little red shoes are a dead give away. I then realised that a) his red boots had turned grey and b) that he was so tiny that even the most eagle eyed wouldn't stand a chance. So to make things right here he is...and he's happy to see you which is always nice.

At last, (above) the little triangular man in his little red boots.

Apologies to any one now suffering from eye strain.

8 comments:

Mr.Richie said...

wow crazy concept i love it but its a far cry from wheres wolly but i used to love wheres wolly for getting through lunch breaks at school, evidentually getting through this would need me to bunk that day off which was never a problem for me;)so 10/10

Ces said...

Are you pulling my leg? "Made a while back and technically no where near as accomplished as yours." That's a lot of crap! Your black and white work is a master's work. Geesh! These artists are so so humble! I love this and I am in awe!

island sunshyne said...

Hi Luke,
Thank you for subscribing to my blog - I came over here to take a peek at your work, and wow! I'm impressed! I look forward to following along. :)

Aloha,
Angie

A'Jay said...

Laugh, must admit I gave up on the little red shoes... but love the work... Congrats on your first week...love your stuff...

findingmywingsinlife said...

yes, impressive artwork.. If this is just a tip of the iceberg thing, then it will be interesting to watch what further impressions you can create from your mind's eye..excellent work here.

Breeze said...

I love this one...love it love it!

Keep sharing!

Breeze

A Cuban In London said...

I confess to not having found him either, so, thanks for pointing him out to us. It's clever, though.

Greetings from London.

Sue Choppers-Wife / http://peacelovemarket.com said...

Oh my...any 60's child wouldn't think it was too obsessive to hang on a wall! What a place to get lost in for a few hours!