Some favorites scenes from films

Today some moleskines, first some scenes from films, it's been a while since I watched some of the films so my memory might play tricks. This is the sphinx that guard my sketchbooks, questions three you have to answer to pass mee. And some self portraits can't get to much of them. Had to put on Word verification at last got tired of deleting spam comments, hope this will scare away the evil spammers. Feel I have to make a clarification about spam. This is spam. I've found your site when I was out surfing, didn't find what I where looking for but went to www.cantbeliveicouldearnamilliondollarsoeasily.com and earned 900$ in five minutes. This is not: Your work is truly godlike it fills me with joy and happiness, by your luxuriant artful existence I've learn' t to fly, I can cure cancer, divide by zero, I no longer feel the urge to smoke etc etc.

23 comments:

  1. These are too good and funny to scare any spam viewer away!! HA ! HA !! At least it doesn't work on me. I am afraid, you will continue to get more Spam from Ice-cream Monster everytime you post some cool new drawings up!! LOL

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  2. Thanks Alina as long as you don't come up with a comments like this:
    I've found your site when I was out surfing, didn't find what I where looking for but went to www.cantbeliveicouldearnamilliondollarsoeasily.com and earned 900$ in five minutes.
    ;o)

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  3. I like your stuff! It has gaps in between on the paper, which is a skill I've neglected lately.

    I'm not a spammer! I like the film memories particularly. It's funny the things that stay in your brain and the things that fall out, isn't it.

    The train journey in Spirited Away was very memorable. I think it was at that bit that I thought to myself 'this is a great film'. I saw it in Brighton in a double bill with Bellville Rendezvous.

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  4. I think I'll have to clarify, I love to get comments, that's what disturbes me about spam, first your glad that you got a comment just to notice that it is spam. Not a big problem for sure, but it makes me sad, maybe I should be flattered.
    For me it was the scene when the girls sits and are afraid to go on, but at last muster up the courage to keep going. Thanks Chloe

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  5. Anonymous11:01 AM

    I write more rubbish than spammers but that's your fault for always coming up with original drawing every day ;)! I may not find what I'm looking for but I learn new things like why rain pants incite megalomania!

    Is topiary one of your hobbies too?

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  6. You never spam Felicity, love your comments. Topiary is only a hobby in my fantasies, but who knows in the future.

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  7. Anonymous11:53 AM

    "Your work is truly godlike it fills me with joy and happiness, by your luxuriant artful existence I've learn' t to fly, I can cure cancer, divide by zero, I no longer feel the urge to smoke!"

    You took the words from my mouth!

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  8. Thanks Karin, now that's an bona fide non spamming Comment

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  9. Mattias, I am in awe. And to show you how much I appreciate this look/feel/humour ... I sent the link to my girlfriend. I've never sent her a link to another man's blog before.

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  10. I'm honored Jeope she might be interested in my line of woman clothing?

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  11. Anonymous6:53 PM

    Thank you for wonderful drawings, they brightened my day - clearly. Do you illustrate books?

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  12. i love these precious drawings

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  13. Filmteckningar var väldans kul. Så nu måste jag nog göra egna. Finfint!

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  14. Anonymous12:45 AM

    argh that sphinx seems pretty tough.
    I have some poisoned meatballs, a book of very difficult riddles, a silver bullet (in case it's a weresphinx, of course) and 10 buckets filled with viagra and cialis you can easily buy from my... *ahem... OK.

    I will eventually get them.
    You don't know how, you don't know when, I don't know either... but I will!

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  15. Bruko you just might have the stuff to pass her:)
    Christina: nothing published as of now, I'll tell when it happens, I'm a open book.
    Thanks Leslie and Z

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  16. Anonymous11:08 AM

    Gosh, this one is great! Sometimes it seems everything you touch turn to gold!

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  17. Thanks Anonymous, it's tru it's a bugger when I'm doing the dishes :OP

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  18. I find your work to be extremely appealing and entertaining. Big fat book mark.
    Thanks for posting your work!!!!
    *R

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  19. Thanks r.Dress for the fat bookmark that is

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  20. Anonymous5:51 PM

    aw, about publishing...
    ever thught of selling a book of tour sketchbooks via lulu.com?
    I would buy one for sure.

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  21. Thanks Bruko for the link, I'll have to see over the fiscal matters soon, my wife is a bookbinder we have talked about doing a small series of books from my sketchbooks, I have no idea of how large a series one could make. I'll let you and everybody know how it will progress. Thanks again

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  22. lol, i love your comment to your spam issue, haha. unfortunately, i don't shine with a language as refined as yours (english is not my mother language), but.... i like your artwork! =)

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  23. Potatomamma, English is not my language of choice either, but that give me the possibility to do what I want with it. With Swedish I'd probably not shine so much ;)

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