Sunday, September 10, 2006

Sunday scribbles (8)

10 comments:

kathy said...

That female cow looks a bit rattled! :)

your drawing came out good!

Davo said...

mm, i should have added a "snort". Please remember that this was drawn some ten year ago.

Davo said...

there is no "rhyme", nor reason why I post these things.

Link said...

I hit the refresh twice, and only half of it has shown, but I like what I can see, very girly cows, all hips and doe-y eyes.

Davo said...

heh, link, ain't th browser cache a fascinating thing. Will cease "re-editing" somewhere around midnight, Central Oz time..

kathy said...

yeah i didn't see the writing under drawing until later.

Daniel said...

Pretty good, Davo! Does the bull symbolize you? The cows look like they need a few bales of lucerne. Or something! Cheers!

Shaw Kenawe said...

Nice work. I'm enjoying these sketches.

Thanks.

Link said...

Actually had to click on the piccy and have it open in a page of its own to see it completely. Mmm, so its a political piccy. Not sure whose side I'm supposed to be on. I do know however, along similar lines, that when an ex of mine, who had been doing some painting/gardening type of work offered my services to his employer at a discounted rate to what he was being paid, all effing hell broke loose. He, (boyfriend) was shocked that I should be so affronted at being expected to work for less money because I was,
w a i t f o r i t . . . A GIRL.

Rest assured lydies and smellymen, HE WILL NEVER (ever) MAKE SUCH AN OUTRAGEOUS PRESUMPTION AGAIN, and yes he can still walk . . . just. What was astounding was his absolute innocence, it took several thrashings for him to realise that there was indeed actually anything amiss with him being paid more than me for doing the same work. He was/is I might add, a 90lb weakling who I can (and have) thrown out of my house (literally) (oh dear, poor man, not good for the male ego that scenario, but really it serves him right for willful defiance in the face of someone much bigger who really, wanted him to leave. ) -- so the argument of the big-strong he-man (therefore) do-more- work is completely erroneous as it would be anyway.

Do I feel any better? Mmmm. Not really BUT YOU GET MY POINT.

goes off muttering . . .

I think I've been reading too much RH.

Davo said...

errr, umm, actually Link, i don't quite understand your point. Would you prefer to be locked in a stockyard by pre-conceptions.. or out grazing with the herd?