Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Character In Search of a Story #8


CHRYSANTHEMITCH

5 comments:

Ricardo Betancourt said...

Hi Adam, thats one tough looking flower. Perhaps he got that way because everyone assumes that all flowers are girls, so he had to develop a wise guy attitude. I wanted to thank and congratulate you on your wonderfull art, it really inspires me, to draw better, and to have fun with what I do. Sometimes I forget to have fun, and thats when drawing becomes difficult.

Shawn Escott said...

I saw your book at Barnes and Nobles and it looks fantastic. I like the interior illustrations a lot.

Adam Rex said...

Thanks, guys!
And glad to hear you saw it at B&N, Shawn.

Jesso Hackberry said...

Hey, I loved the character so I wrote a bit of a story on my blog, here. Hope you like it or at least don't mind.

Tanya said...

Have you ever read Eric Idle's retelling of Edward Lear's "The Owl and the Pussycat?" Chrysanthemitch could be a character in that book. There is a Professor Bosh who has a collection of plants that inculdes the Manypeeplia Upsidownia (looks like a lily of the valley but with people instead of flowers hanging off it) and the Armcharia Comfortabilis, which looks like a regular lily but with an arm chair instead of a flower...