26 November 2012

Drawing Challenge :: Red Riding Hood


Red Riding Hood is the epitome of whimsy, the words are whimsical as they roll off the tongue.
Red Riding Hood whimsical letters form whimsical words.
It had to be quick just a short window of opportunity to red riding hood something down pen and paper fast drawing no time for thought. Then photograph and apps and finally here.
Red Riding Hood I hope you enjoy!

Our host this week is the very talented Miss Patrice who has a wonderful Red Riding Hood post on her blog you can find other wonderful posts of this theme there......just follow the links!



renilde said...

your red riding hood letters hopping over the page remind me of a rr hood song from my childhood at the same time they look very bubbling, sixties (a liberated rr hood maybe)
wonderful, xx

mano said...

I enjoy your whimsical letters very much! I love the english word for the german "rotk├Ąppchen": little red riding hood - such a great name!
thank you so much for your wonderful words about my boxes - they make me happy!
:-)) mano

susan christensen said...

I see wolf teeth and tongues licking out from your exciting lettering! Quite fun, Helen! -sus

Julia da Franca said...

like your letters too dear helen! the remind me of a big octopus, with longing arms;) xx julia

Rachel said...

You have a gift in your lettering. Always fun to see what you create.
Have a wonderful day!

objects of whimsy said...

Thankyou dear friends!

always a pleasure reading your comments and getting feedback.


Stefanie Seltner said...

very funny, it is true "little red riding hood" is rolling over the tongue!

Elisabeth said...

This is so cool. Looks like a graffiti and makes me think of a rap about a cool girl in a red hood. I think a modern version of the fairytale would be a Little Red Riding Hood who never got fooled.


objects of whimsy said...

I agree Elisabeth I can see the rap reference too it definitely has the energy of a rap Im glad you like it

Helen :)

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

... and then some. ;)))
there's no stopping you once you get rollin'...
could you, would you, though?
join next week's theme already?
whatever state of mind you're in...
ayaya - ooy!

demie said...

I love it! a pretty deifferent approach than all us others!

TheFairyyellowbugQueen said...

LOVE your whimsical words Helen! They jump around the page, and off the page sometimes, and sing! Fun art. Hugs, Norma, x