Sunday, September 30, 2007

Two New Characters!

Meet Rachel's Family! On the left is her older, tweenage sister, Rudy. On the right is her little sister, Ruby.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

The Bard

So I was thinking, why is it that the old artists never gave Shakepeare a smile? I'm sure the man who wrote As You Like It, A Midsimmer Night's Dream, and The Comedy of Errors didn't walk around looking glum all the time. . .
. . . So here is Shakespeare smiling! :)

Sunday, September 16, 2007

LCS - Mandatory Volunteerism

At LCS students are required to perform 30 hours of volunteer service. I love how Bob is scratching his desk.

Good and Faithful Servant: G.K. Chesterton

Answer Came There None

I doubt there is any character in literature more fun to caricature than Horace Rumpole. Rumpole is a frumpy British barrister, and the central figure of John Mortimer's Rumpole short stories. Rumpole is old, weathered, skilled at cross-examination, enjoys the occasional cheroot and bottle of Pommeroy's plonk, and is fond of reminicing about his greatest success: the Penge Bulgalow Murders, which he won "alone and without a leader!" The Rumpole stories are a must-read for those interested in the legal profession, or for anyone who loves a good mystery, especially Sherlock Holmes. Or you might check out the television series, with the great Leo McKern as Rumpole.

Sunday, September 09, 2007

Kill Bill

One of my first attempts at political cartooning. Man she looks irate!