Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Trucker, Part I






I am away from Photoshop. Did I misspell wracked? Racked?
I think that in changing my template just now,
I inadvertently erased 10 comments. I am so sorry.

16 comments:

Elaine Fine said...

Your trucks and ares are just beautiful, as is your wheel of fortune. I'm interested to see the story unfold.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Nope, you spelled it correctly. And this is another brilliant story. I can't wait to see the next part.

bobbie said...

Well, so far, I love it. (And my grandson is going to love it if I send him a picture of the car hauler.) I'll be waiting for Part II. Your drawings are so special!

ellen said...

You never cease to amaze me..with your art and your beautiful heart.
Dear person, you are cherished.

Lawendula said...

The wheel of fortune is amazing! Wonderful!
Best, LaWendula

Aimless Writer said...

Love this!
Especially the wheels of fate. You are inspiring me!

Margaret Benbow said...

Your wheel of fate is absolutely chilling--as it shows your bright friend and his dreams falling out of the sky. You've already made us care about him! Looking forward to the rest of the post, Caroline.

lila said...

Wonderful! I know it takes hours to do the panels for your posts! I'll be back to hear the rest of the story!

Selma said...

Can't wait for the next part. I have a fondness for truckers!!!

Celestine said...

I spotted you on "What if?" I LOVE this. Your style is kind of naive and masterful at the same time. You have set us up for a great storyline already. It's so rare to findn a blog like this.

coolwaterworks said...

Hello Caroline....

Can't wait for the next post!

I like the very first drawing.... Nice details... And like the rest of those who commented, I like the way you sketched Fate.... :D

Everytime I come here, I really think hard to do away with the first word that comes to my mind when I see your artworks: amazing... But I still say it anyway... Haha! Brilliant! Now thats's another word... :D

Thank you for sharing this "challenge" to us...

Be well always!

freebird said...

I can't believe I've stayed away for so long. Your posts are so awesome. They are entertaining, colorful, insightful, thought-inducing and a slice of real life. These really would make a great book. I truly think it would be a best seller or at least a steady seller. I think of Danny Gregory's art books. Your work is at least as compelling if not more so. Yours is varied so more universal whereas his really relates to art minded people. Yours relates to people minded people. I would really consider putting some of your pages together and submitting them to a publisher.

Anonymous said...

I am a big fan, you have given me inspiration. Thank you.
The side of the brain that draws is not the same side that spells. In fact most artists I know spend some time getting the spelling side of the brain to shut up! The strength is your pictures. Congratulation on being 50! liz in SE MO.

Balisha said...

Hi Caroline,
I like the way you depicted fate. As usual your drawings are "top notch." Anxious to here how the story continues. No pressure :)

dguzman said...

Beautiful. I really love the wheel of fortune panel.

One Red Horse said...

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