ANTi-Gravity


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18 comments:

ValGalArt said...

ha, of course! Ants in space!!! love this!

Michelle Lana said...

haha...hilarious!! Love it!!!

studio lolo said...

Where did he ever find such a teeny-tiny spacesuit??
Love it PPC :)

Hellcat said...

I want that antsuit ... give it to me *scratch* Ooops .... *pffffffffft* (That's ant flying in space faster than light!)

Debbie Egizio said...

Very clever idea. Love the artwork!

marc said...

Hi Princess,
This is Ant Armstrong in the space !Funny illo ! Great work !
Have a spatiotemporal and funny week!

marcisenders said...

So cute!

Teri C said...

A space ant!! Goodness, I wonder if there is a picnic out there for them to invade :)

So cute and clever.

Twisselman said...

Out in that final frontier there will be ants to complicate our picnics. NASA's budget seems to be shrinking. Great fun piece.

Thanks for your comment on last week's post. Sorry about getting heavy. Tried to lighten up this week, in keeping with the gravity/anti-gravity theme.

mishka said...

So cute. He looks so happy too!
Thanks for your comment... are you feeling better? This morning, I saw an illustration in my Beatrix Potter "Tailor of Glocester" where the cat is bringing the sick man tea and thought of you!

steve said...

Love the joyful expression on the ant's face! Clever title too!

Babe in the Woods said...

How cute!! I love your "sprout, crash and now anti-gravity".

I needed some overdue giggles, thanks for suppling them.

Have to dash, need to see what mayhem has happened during my absence.

Mia (a.k.a."The Great Blogbina") said...

Too funny ... this is great - and a very creative alternative to insecticide!

the heartful blogger said...

LOL!!!!! Very cute. I love the red stitching on his suit as well.

md said...

not fair he's have waaaay to much fun out there lol

Tony LaRocca said...

Protect that exoskeleton!

carla said...

An ant from outer space! I love it! His suit looks like a baseball...very sporty!

MjM said...

You never fail to make me laugh out loud.

Just how many words can you fit ANT into, anyway?