Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Petunia Was Right

Petunia Clark actually sang "Don't Sleep on the Subway" (remember that one? no? I can't say I blame you), but it sort of relates because I sketched these folks snoozing on the Long Island Railroad, unbeknownst to them, of course.



As an aside, one woman semi-threatened me for drawing her, although I wasnt actually doing so. In fact, I was drawing a witch, which, come to think of it, wasn't a far cry. But I digress.

So if you see me sketching on the LIRR, I'm probably not drawing you.

But maybe.

2 comments:

Pags said...

I like how your sketches of "real" people still have some of your cartoonlike style to varying degrees. Very Lautrec in that way.

And by the way Petula Clark's version of "Don't Sleep In The Subway" is God awful compared to her little sister Petunia's rendition.

murf said...

Weehee! That's rich. What a doofus I am! Petunia. Ugh.