02 July 2007

Liz in a Squirrel Skin Suit (say Furry and die)

Jeannette Langmead Illustration Sketchblog Liz Squirrel

An artistic response to this.

I feel like I've been failing as far as updatage goes, but I have two great excuses. One: my scanner wasnt working (apparently it is supposed to be plugged in). Two: I'm working on a few (yes count em, few) long term projects that arent ready to be released to the masses just yet. And I dont want to bore you all with my daily scribble scrabbles of eyeballs and stick figure comics of me at my register screaming "SOMEBODY KILL ME!"

And I guess a few days ago I was really happy about moving to Japan, but now Im mostly overwhelmed and stressed and feel like puking and pooping myself all the time.

When did this become a diary? I apologize.

Just one more thing:

Grandpa makes us wear the hat.

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Blogger jennifermlee said...

as always love your sketches
(i read all your blogs, ive just been lazy as fuck with commenting :P)

i know how that is, when you're looking forward to something but then when you actually get it... its scary.. either way, im happy for you! u must must must send me some japan pictures.. all that color and life, how inspirational :)

and is one of your long term projects your portrait of me??? hjahahaha cause i have yet to see it! i might have to respond back with a better one if ur turns out amazing (as i bet it will be)

<3 jen

8:46 AM  
Blogger josh pincus is crying said...

I guess liz has an excuse for not accepting my friend request. she has to worry about that thing growing out of her ass.

8:52 AM  
Blogger Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

I've missed a lot, as I've been very, very busy lately. Going to Japan? Wow, what a growth opportunity!

Frankly, I like hearing about your personal life! That's where my rubber meets the road.

I'm still up for a portrait exchange. Send me a pic. And I still want the stacked rocks. Email me.

12:01 PM  
Blogger esillustration said...

deez nutz

12:14 PM  
Blogger md said...

wow moving to japan lucky u wish i could just pack up and move the family back lol yeah right, not even in my best dreams. ok now that im sure im on ur blog and not liz's nice illo of her lol, original and cute
cant wait to see ur long term project when u post em and good luck in japan all will fall in place dont stess the lil things.

12:22 PM  
Blogger biteyourowntail said...

I can well understand why Japan has suddenly become scary - I mean it's a hell of a thing to do, but I bet you'll be okay when you get there - many people (when I looked into this - I applied to Nova then changed my mind, I taught in Nepal instead) end up liking Japan so much they stay there for good. And anyway, we want drawings! Comics! From Japan! You have a duty to your reading public.

Okay calmed down now.

Like the birthday hat.

6:47 PM  
Blogger biteyourowntail said...

And the drawing.

6:47 PM  
Blogger my heart is made of gravy said...

I like J-Girl in diary mode.

3:52 PM  
Blogger Switchsky said...

that's an itty bitty cake. did you have to share it?

6:03 PM  
Blogger Switchsky said...

like the new linky thingy

6:07 PM  
Blogger baggelboy said...

Nice hat.
It's good to have traditions.

My mum used to make me wear my dead grandmars underpants.

Japan sounds fun.
Just teach the Japanese to say strange things.

9:20 PM  
Blogger red-handed said...

Nice hat. Also: you've been tagged (http://red-handed.blogspot.com/2007/07/tagged.html). I know, I know.

11:27 PM  
Blogger Jeannette said...

I get my own cake because it's vegan and no one else will eat it. They had cupcakes.

BB, I think I'll do what my dad always said he wanted to do with my little sister, and teach them the wrong words for things. My dad used to say he'd call chairs "butt holders" and things like that, so when Taylor started school she'd call everything by the wrong name.

And I'll tell Grandpa that everyone loves the hat.

7:02 AM  
Blogger Frederik Jurk said...

Please post that pic again in high resolution, I really need this to carry on with my life, it´s that funny. (The cake one!)

Scanners must be plugged in indeed, but some of them must even be TURNED ON, it´s true! The ones in our school have the power switch somewhere hidden underneath them, maybe because the manufacturers though we could use a little challenge in our lifes.

Very nice post!

7:48 AM  
Blogger my heart is made of gravy said...


Post some of your new shit. I need new drawrings from ya!

8:15 AM  
Blogger Auntie Mim said...

You're tagged

11:33 AM  
Blogger Jeannette said...


11:45 AM  
Blogger Jon said...

i wish i had been there!! Nice sweater by the way.

1:26 AM  
Blogger Jon said...

oh. and by the way... i'm coming to visit in 2 weeks.

1:33 AM  
Blogger Prozacville said...

How did you get nineteen comments on this post (actually twenty including mine). I hate you.

8:36 AM  
Blogger Jeannette said...

Steve: I think it was the hat. Or maybe it is because I dont change my blog address every three weeks.

11:10 AM  
Blogger Prozacville said...

Um, yes, that might be it.

4:50 PM  

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