Tuesday, April 11, 2006

SPEED

As SocMo picked up more and more SPEED, he suddenly realized that he had no idea how to stop on his new inline skates!

Not much time this week, but managed to whip out this episode with SocMo in peril. Thanks for stoppin' by!

15 comments:

Dennis West said...

I used to have nightmares about this exact thing happening to me. I always end up sliding off the trail and into the river. Thanks!

Ahh Socmo. What would Illustration Friday be without him?

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Geninne said...

The look on his face is priceless :-)
Great one!
I heart Socmo.

juliemc said...

my face looks like that everytime I LOOK at skates. Maybe SocMo should do like me, and turn them in for some nice tennies.

Kaya said...

Poor little guy -good thing he's soft! Cute drawing.

HARDWAX said...

SocMo is in a very tricky situation here, i've had nightmares akin to this. By the look on his face. I think he wishes he had worn a parachute!

Great fun to look at, cool piece!

Doug said...

This was inspired by an acutal experience... boy was I scared when I realized I was going too fast and had no idea how to stop!

I went back to jogging after that little experiment!

Ellen said...

Love your work!!!!

Bron Smith said...

I feel so bad for poor little Socmo...he leads such an angst ridden life. Every week he finds himself in yet another high anxiety pickle. A great job for not having enough time.

paula said...

Great expression on the Socmo! I guess he doesn't have the need for speed.

moverlow said...

Very fun, love the illo.

benconservato said...

got to love the monkey!

Twisselman said...

Visiting late... (in fact, the next topic's already listed). Was wondering what the speed demon SocMo would be up to. Love the yellow speed blur trailing his wheels. Personally, I stay off those way dangerous things.

Holly said...

Next week roller derby! Great work. Cheers!

Roballoo said...

This happend to my pop once while walking the dog who saw a cat. Wisely, he let go of the leash!

Lukas said...

^___^ Great ilustration. I love the expression of his face.