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“I say old man, how’s about a race?”“I gather you mean running”“Eurgh no, how terribly vulgar. No, I refer of course to a gentlemanly saunter about the grounds”“Splendid thinking”“I thought so. Tea and cucumber sandwiches to the winner!”
red, tortoise, society, suit, english, aesop, hare, gentry, aesops fables, upper class
Original approach to a classic fable,Marvellous illustration old chap.
Aww thanks, I find lots of things can be improved with a little high society sensibility.
– Alex e Clark
Jolly good show old chap, pip pip what ?
Charming little drawing, Sir Tortoise’s Bowler hat is wonderful, as is Mr Hare’s Moustache.
They take very attentive care of their respective moustache and hat.
I like that you picked up Sir Tortoise is a monarchist, while Mr Hare has managed to elude titles of nobility (possibly not deferential enough to authority). A subtle detail not all would have noticed.
Such a fun and enjoyable piece both in illustration and writing. Well done. I do like the bit of social commentary in the illustration. :)
Gee thanks. Glad you liked it :)
Cool approach to the tortoise and the hare. Nicely done!
Ehee, thank you nicely :)
A hare with a dapper little moustache…what’s not to love? Wonderful work!
The moustache is the best bit, he takes particular pride in his tash.
aw thanks :)