Sunday, May 21, 2006

"Four legs good, two legs better!"

Napoleon excercising the pronouncement in Chapter 10 "Four legs good, two legs better.". On reflection I should have made him fatter.
By now he's taken up residence in the house and is eating all the best food in the house (including his fellow creatures-- that's my interpretation). His clothes and powdered wig are more 1800's than what's described in the book-- I thought it was befitting his character.


Adrian Ropp said...

Yes, the drumstick is a nice touch.

Nice work, ken!

S.T. Lewis said...

I like the clothes and wig... I'm glad that's the way you went with him. It reminds me of a different Napoleon... whose appearance I know nothing about really, other than what I've seen in cartoons. I would have had him holding some bacon and ham, but this works too... and is disturbing me more and more as I continue to think about it. Gross, Ken. But great! Really nice drawing... good work.

Ken Chandler said...

Thanks Master Adrian, Master Lewis. Such high praise will keep me going for some time. If you think of the Napoleon your familiar with please let me know where I can look it up.