I'm now working at Disney Studios in Burbank and have been super busy. I finally have found some free time to update my blog. I wanted to share with you some stuff that I did a little while ago. I did these illustrations based on a poem that my daughter used to love reading when she was younger. Enjoy!
Oh, Teddy Bear, dear Teddy,
though you're gone these many years,
I recall with deep affection
how I nibbled on your ears,
I can hardly keep from smiling,
and my heart beats fast and glows,
when I think about the morning
that I twisted off your nose.
Teddy Bear, you didn't whimper,
Teddy Bear, you didn't pout,
when I reached in with my fingers
and tore your tummy out,
and you didn't even mumble
or emit the faintest cries,
when I pulled your little paws off,
when I bit your button eyes.
Yes, you sat beside me calmly,
and you didn't once protest,
when I ripped apart the stuffing
that was packed inside your chest,
and you didn't seem to notice
when I yanked out all your hair-
it's been ages since I've seen you,
but I miss you Teddy Bear.
From The New Kid on the Block, poems by Jack Prelutsky, published by Greenwillow, 1984.