more bliss to read on your blog, i just love this story and the bots.
you are too clever!
I wish I had an umbrella like that on grey rainy days!I do hope this is going to be your first book Jodie!!xxx
As I scrolled down for another look I happened upon your visitor map.Blimey Jodie - we're headed for world domination here!!Is that the plan? Mwaa ha haaaa....(in case you didn't guess that was an evil world dominating cackle)
You know, they say those that are destined to be together have a certain resemblance - their faces have elements in common. I think I see it.
Gorgeous!! Took the kids (Ellison and Baxter) to town to show them off today... everyone wants one! Have told them I'll let them know when the pattern is released and they can make their own!!!
I am so much enjoying the installments of this narrative. Have you considered publishing it as a children's picture book? Why not share all your beautiful art work and photography with the world at large?You could have it made as one of those digital books and try it out on the little pupils at work!
*sigh* young love
Oh, that umbrella is just too cute! I'm glad she had her brolly on her ... it would be awful if their antanae got rusty.
I've been sneakily following the bus stop story while at work - so fab! Lucy x
*sigh* I've been waiting and waiting for the umbrella... I love your little picture stories!
Awww sweet bots
Cute umbrella.But it doesn't look like it would keep any bots particularly dry in a downpour! Especially not when sharing.
Typical blurry man! She offers to share her umbrella with Small-bot and cat-bot and what happens? Straight away that man gene kicks in and HE has to be in charge of the umbrella!(Me? Projecting? Nooo)
I think she was quite lovely too. Seriously this should be a book
Oh my gosh - the little umbrella!*swoons*Oh! Guess my word verification - "gorgeous". So appropriate! :)
Sharing is nice. The bots are just as sweet as can be. I hope the story doesn't end today.
Love is in the air!
Ooooh it's like Mills & Boon (but classier!?!) for bots - can't wait to see what happens next!
So glad they didn't get wet!
STOP! You're killin' me!
oh dear - I snorted!
This series is so adorable! I would love an umbrella like that, I wonder if it comes in red...
You are too cute! That's how it all starts....the look, the sharing of the umbrella....before long there will be baby bots!
I am loving this story - it is such a joy to read at the end of a busy working day. Wonderful characters!!
Oh I am on bended knee. Please forgive me bots and fans of bots. I am completely wrong-footed by having made a basic error of confusing my bots. Am I forgiven?(word verification is 'egogyn'. Is this equating to ego gone?
I just love all your 'bot' stories! do you design the backgrounds yourself?
Sigh... at last the umbrella... so good of her to keep the rain off cat-bot too, wouldn't want his whiskers getting all wet and droopy.You realise that you have the pix and the text for the book all here? I definitely think work should let you have time off to play with bots!... love me, love my bots!
it's so nice to share.
A lvoely and very appropriate addition to the bus stop.
You continue to amaze and delight. I see I'm not the only one who thinks you should do a book. And then there's the cute 'bots' as well. Hugs,Sharon
aaaah, so romantic, sharing an umbrella!!
This is as good as the selvedge dress, but in a totally different manner. More installments please!
lol The adventures of the bots continue!! (they're great!)
I love this continuing story!I absolutely adore your robots:)they are truly unique and wonderful and I also love what you did with the black and white drawings,it reminds me of lauren child's illustrations one of my favorite illustrators!
Well yes that's because she is very nice .
I love these!! What a wonderful idea. :D
catching up on posts.........wonder what is going to happen next........this sure is developing.........lol.......
You are having a lot of fun with those little bots! Can't wait to see the end.
I couldn't help noticing you're from Ballarat ... my family live there so I'm there more than a couple of times a year. Your work is so interesting ... do you do any craft markets or have a favourite one somewhere around Ballarat for the next time I visit?Thanks