Thursday, March 27, 2008

Leaving (on a jet plane I hope)


My moly is packed, ready to go.
Since I don't trust mail services I've scanned the drawing, but I hope I'll not post it because it would mean that the pack didn't arrive to Suzanne.

8 comments:

gabi campanario said...

aarrrgghh, the pressure! way to go Miguel!

juj said...

SOOOO exciting! Hoping to have mine ready to post tomorrow or Saturday - yeah!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Wayhay (don't know how to spell that exactly)!!! I'm guessing this is the first one to go?

I can't wait to see what you've come up with, for now I'll drool over your stunning handwriting.

Kathrin said...

Won't you show us the drawing inside?

MIguel Herranz said...

Kathrin: I've prefered to maintain the surprise for Suzanne, and so when she receive the moley, she will post the content.

wagonized said...

I am fond of the handwriting too.
The more i think about it (the less i draw, i know... sometimes thought is the enemy of a drawing!), the less i am leaning toward a theme.
I like Gabi's theme a lot -- does anyone else have one in mind? Can my theme be a lack thereof?!

MIguel Herranz said...

I should say of course, France! I have preferred to have no theme for my moly, or my theme should be "interaction" (something like the old winter game of constructing a tale continuing the words of the previous player). In other words, drawings that must pay some kind of personal, free attention to what 's on the previous pages.

MIguel Herranz said...

Some days ago I had your same problem: What will I draw? I didn't liked my first ideas! Then some friends came to our house with their little children and we had a funny chaos for 4 days, in which I almost forgotten the moley. The first moment after their depart in which I sat and took the moly again, I suddenly knew what I must draw. So France, just forget it for a while, this is the best kind of brainstorming!