Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Woo on Wheels

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  1. You're back! Hurrah.

    love your work.

    vrrrooom.

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    1. Thanks for the love! *waving while vrrrooming*

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    1. Old Man Woo and Middle Aged Woo both appreciate that! :D

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    1. Thanks, Anneris :) Always fun to create, but also satisfying to finally complete that creation!

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  4. Wow but also a little spooky.

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    1. I'm glad you got that spooky vibe :) MJ's interpretation was that Old Man Woo died, while I've heard interpretations that he magically transported into the photo. A lil spooky either way :D

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  5. Very touching...very excellent.

    Beth

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    1. Thanks for your reaction :) When I started this project, I wanted to make something that could qualify for a touching final blog entry, in case I ever got hit by a meteor, etc.. So this would be that, except I have more projects planned ;)

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    1. This project (and next week's behind-the-scenes pix & vid) took much longer than expected, so I'm happy to finally return to the blog with something complete, at least :) Thanks for being there!

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    1. Thank you! The video for the next "Behind the Wheel" blog post will offer more laughs ;)

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  8. i like this story. thank you Mr. Woo ;)

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    1. Old Man Woo says: Thank you and Mm-hmm ;)

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  9. Best day ever when you post!! Love it - the car and old you looks amazing!!

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    1. Any blog entry I post only feels complete after a kind comment by the prolific & talented Kristy :) You're amazing!

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    2. Haha! Thanks - inspired by you!

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  10. Yay! Woo is back :) Your fabulous with both the hook and pen. Wish I could crochet like that.

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    1. Thank you! I've seen your crochet work... You can crochet like that and beyond! :)

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  11. I love your crocheted race car and race car guy.

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    1. Merci! There'll be more details about the car and OldManWoo soon too :)

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    1. I appreciate your hurrah :) Happy to be here!

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  13. Such awesomeness! So glad you are back! Wonderful comic and crocheted racer, of course!

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    1. Thank you for cheering me on, Collette! I would've waved to you & your superb blog during the final lap :D

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  14. I've been looking forward to this for so long and you did not disappoint! I love how you use illustration, photography, and crochet in your storytelling! You're a quadruple threat!

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    1. Thank you, Jill! I love telling stories, and it's fun to learn new ways to tell them :) Hooray for yarn craft, right?

      Congratulations on your fun interpretation of the Anti-Facial Recognition System haha

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  15. I missed you!!! You are such an inspiration - and I don't even crochet!! :)

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    1. That's nice that you missed some of my kookiness! Thank you.. As you know so well, it's fun to find new ways to create fun art. We're very lucky if that work can inspire another person too! :)

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  16. It's so good to see you again. Last year you inspired me to crochet a jet pack. I look forward to seeing what you'll do this year. So happy to have you back!

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer! Your crochet blog is so enchanting, especially Hodge & Podge! Yes, everyone should have a jet pack :) Rush hour traffic would be fun to watch from the porch haha

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  17. Awwh so precious! You're amaaaazin!

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    1. Thank you, Leesa! You're the sunshiniest-best... Congratulations on your art shows and your epic creativity-productivity too! :)

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  18. love it! so happy you have blogged again!

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    1. Thanks, Pam, for being here to read the blog after the long gaps! :)

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  19. YOU MADE MY DAY !!!!!
    Patricia

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    1. Happy to have made your tomorrow's yesterday, Patricia :)

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  20. Howie, I love your Adventures of Old Man Woo. The last frame was unexpected and I agree with others comments. It was happy. It was sad. It was a little twilight Zone, a fabulous dark comedy. Keep dodging those meteors and creating!

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    1. Those are the best reaction(s) I could have hoped for, Vicki! I'm grateful for your feedback.

      Ok, I'll keep an eye out for those falling rocks and keep making stuff. And learning to make stuff, as should we all :) Good for the soul!

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  21. you are back! YAY!! :)
    i love this. it's just so adorable...

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    1. Thanks for the cheer and for enjoying the project, Jen! It was a joy to create :)

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  22. Wonderful comic and great job on Old Man Woo and the racing car! Glad you're back! :)

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  23. I was so happy to see this today! I'm glad to see you're still crocheting! Blessing to you and MJ!

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