Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Drop the Cookie!

I always get sentimental around the holidays, but most especially at Christmas time. So without further distraction I wish you all a very Merry Christmas!

This is a piece I made back in 2004, but thought it was appropriate since I hadn't posted it before now, and it's Christmas. 'Nuff said.

I hope your holidays are warm and bright and full of the happiness of the season. And... God bless us everyone!

10 comments:

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Class !!! Love santa's expression !!! :) Great work again !

Alikins said...

Great! I love him and the little tough guys

Merry Merry Christmas!! ;)

GhettoFab said...

Santa better do as the man says. Theres no tellin how far he would go!! Fantastic work as always. I thank you for hookin me up with words that help me put my life into perspective. Means more than you can know

Heather Keele said...

I love the expression on the gingerbread man's face. Forget smiley faces - I should've decorated one like that...

Also, I'm responding to the comment you made on my blog. The Ray Bradbury reference is awesome...makes me wish it was that deep. But that's not the reason for the title. I've got a post about the butterfly on my blog now. You were right about Pink Floyd, though.

Thanks for your comment and I look forward to checking out your blog...I like your style!

Ken Chandler said...

Many thanks guys! And Merry Christmas!

Thanks Ghettofab, I've been there my friend, I hope you'll feel the joy as well as the pain.

Thanks Heather, it was fun playing the game. Come around any time, I frequently stop by your husbands site, I could learn a lot from him. Truly amazing talent!

Beezle said...

Ahh! Very funny Ken! Nice work.

Kelly Conley said...

Great Holiday post. No one ever thinks about the poor cookies!

Kevin Keele said...

I want a movie made about that gingerbread man! He's so cool, it would be a holiday classic just like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. Nice work Ken, You really captured the storybook look. Thanks for the nice comments.

Ken Chandler said...

Thanks Beezle, you devil.
Thanks Kelly and Kevin. Love those classic Holiday animated stories. Though I have to admit, "Santa Claus is Coming To Town" (with the Burger Meister and the Winter Warlock) is my favorite. Classic!

rogério said...

So pretty...and funny i love it :)