Saturday, August 30, 2008

Memories for IF

After long hours of hard work Jester didn't want to ruminate on his bittersweet memories, so he went to see a picture. I guess this movie wasn't the best choice for now...

16 comments:

linda sarah said...

I love so much this character and the wonderful continuing story you've created. Really beautiful and inspiring! I look forward to seeing and reading more...:-)

atomicvelvetsigh said...

ohh casablanca! gee it will only make the jester cry.. a good classic film tho..

Juan said...

Great piece!

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

You are so PUNy!

The tragic love story, so sweet and sad!

Charlie said...

Your illustrations are beautiful. I'll have to come back and check on Jester now and then. Looks like he has a story to tell.I cant wait to see more of him

isay said...

i can relate to what jester is feeling right now. the movie can make him cry but he will be relieved afterwards.......uhmmmm

krisztina maros said...

köszönöm a látogatást! :) jófej ez a Jester fiú, és ez a folytatásos koncepció is tetszik. nem utolsó sorban örülök, hogy egy újabb magyarral hoz össze a sors :)

aimee said...

i love the jester's shadow in this one!

Monica J said...

There's no better way to get away from difficult memories than a dark theater. Clever to use the shadow.
Great work! :)

rasgo said...

What a great idea, love Jester!!... and all illustrations in this blog.

SENTA said...

I love your character and his story, so fun to read and look at! Bless his heart ;)

loonybinart said...

i like your jester series :-) there's something so endearing about him

Bella Sinclair said...

Hey! Down in front!

Fantastically clever. I LOVE your theater and his shadow. I'm so glad you're continuing Jester's story. I've grown quite attached!

theartofpuro said...

lovely work and great idea to use the shadow of Jester

Bobo Cat said...

Love your series of poor Jester, hope it's happy ending!

Dot said...

interesting effect with the silloette! I love the jester..