Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Wordless Wednesday

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31 comments:

  1. This is Amanda's latest drawing based on a song called "Hey There Delilah" by The Plain White T's. Good thing she usually has a new drawing when I'm in a pinch for Wordless Wednesday!

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  2. I love that song! :)

    Great job, Amanda.

    Happy WW, Linda.

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  3. My, Oh my, you have a talented girl. It's one fab work!

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  4. she is an awesome artist!! I'm going to go browse the store now!! :)

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  5. Awesome. Wish could draw that good too.
    Mine's up too.

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  6. Great artist you have there. I love this drawing!

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  7. It makes me think of a song by Pete and Maura Kennedy, "half a million miles". They are a great folk music duo. They've been married for ten years and on the road performing for pretty much all of it. By their estimation, they've traveled half a million miles over those ten years.

    As an aside, they will be playing at the Strawberry Park Folk Music Festival in Preston, CT in September
    http://www.strawberrypark.net/folk_music.htm

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  8. leave it to amanda to come through for you! ha ha...

    smiles, bee

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  9. That's a great drawing, thanks for sharing!

    Happy WW :-)

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  10. Great pic. It really is very good. I do not kno the song though but I do like the lyrics. Happy WW

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  11. Very good, Amanda! Nice work on the guitar...

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  12. Pleased you gave an explanation otherwise I'd have said Amanda was love sick! . . . .lol. She's so tallented.

    I did the Hollr tag, go check it out for "what you should never say around bloggin' buddies" (tee-hee)

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  13. Another classic 'art munkey'
    Has she used pencils for this one?

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  14. Amanda AKA Art-Munkey7:22 AM EDT

    HI! :D I am Amanda AKA Art-Munkey

    @ Claire: I used Crayola water colors for everything but the girl/guitar/road. For those I used Crayola colored pencils and Prisma color markers for her skin.

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  15. ooooo, more awesome Amanda Art! I love it! There's a part in that song that always makes me giggle, because I put in the wrong words. He says "This one's for you", and I always hear "This Bud's for you". I can't help it!

    Miss Linda, there's something for you over on my blog when you get a minute! *HUGS* Love ya!

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  16. I love Amanda-she rocks. That is amazing and I love it.

    What are the chances of getting this picture up on her site on lets say....a mouse pad??

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  17. Very talented indeed!

    ~smile~

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  18. Great job Amanda!!! She has talent!

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  19. Amanda is just way so talented. I'm hoping she'll choose a future that will highlight her artistic and creative abilities.

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  20. "the Plain White T's" were on Letterman the other night.... I like the use of multi media Amanda has going....you gotta lot to be proud of Mama.

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  21. Nice picture, Amanda! Fits the song so well, too. Love the road scene, especially since it reminds me of Rte. 285 cutting through New Mexico into Texas. If I didn't know any better, I'd say you've been there, too, since you were able to capture the "feeling" of the road & put it with the song lyrics with the young lady as a poignant focal point!

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  22. Wonderful picture! I love that song and the picture fits it very well. Great job! Happy WW!

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  23. Another wonderful piece of art by very talented girl. You have every right to be PROUD!

    SMOOCHES~

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  24. Great picture, with style. Well doe, Amanda.

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  25. I've been hearing that song everywhere, and she's captured it downright perfectly!

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  26. I'm very impressed with this drawing. Great job. Happy WW!

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  27. Way cool and I love the caption. Now you really have to love someone/something to do that. Have a great WW. :)

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  28. Just another awesome piece of Amanda's artwork..... she rocks!

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