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Lowly Worm by EmperorNortonII Lowly Worm by EmperorNortonII
Medium: Ink and colored pen on paper
Lowly Worm is a character from Richard Scarry's "Busytown" series of children's books. Busytown is a town populated by animals. I've drawn Lowly with his car, which is shaped like an apple.
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Burba Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2006
I wonder where he gets his clothes . . .
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EmperorNortonII Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
I guess Busytown must have a talented tailor! ;)
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scarymonkey Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2006
Woah! I remember watching that when I was younger.You drew Lowly exactly as I remember him.Good job!
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EmperorNortonII Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Glad you liked it! Thanks for the :+fav:!
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WonderDookie Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2006  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
ha ha. You seriously do fanart of the most unexpected things. Awesome. I haven't seen anything of these books in years.
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EmperorNortonII Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Sometimes I'm amazed at what I base my fanart on!
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ErinHunting Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Very cute! I want a car just like that :)
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EmperorNortonII Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks, Erin! :D
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rocketdave Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2006
That brings back memories. I think I was vaguely aware of there being a TV show based on the Richard Scarry books, but I never saw it.
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EmperorNortonII Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Looks like we're in the same boat, Dave!
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