Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Jean Harlow And The Unfortunate One...



Oh Gertrude! What happened to your lovely golden tresses?



                              Methinks Mathilda knows. 


                        

19 comments:

Evelyn's Wonderland said...

Oh! my gosh Melanie, this is so funny. I can't blame Mathilda, they just look darling on her. :o)

Shayna Prentice said...

Aha,Mathilda! Perhaps since you've been gifted with your new black shoes you are feeling brazenly entitled to pretty things that don't belong to you? First, coveting, er, fancying Mistress's ribbon - and now - the beautiful Gertrude's tresses. Listen, my friend ... I almost took a canoe once, so, I understand these things. I will say though, Gertrude's hair becomes you ... hmmm ... meet me at midnight and we'll go treasure hunting. xo to you and yours!

Kaerie Faerie said...

Love your dolls, too funny so glad I'm following wouldn't want to miss any of your fab stories
your fae friend
Karey

jenclair said...

I'm still smiling! Too funny!

Anthropomorphica said...

What a treat to open the page and find Evelyn, Shayna, Karey and Jenclair ;)
Thank you all!

Evelyn, I have to admit to loving her new locks too ;)

Hee hee Shayna, brazen is the word! By the way, Mathilda said you're on she'll see you then. But please watch out for those teeth of hers, she told me she would have bitten his ankles and taken the canoe anyway.

Thank you Karey, I'm glad you're here!

Hi Jenclair, you should try living with Mathilda. Between the exasperation and giggles...

Nicomi "Nix" Turner said...

Mathilda is so lovely. She reminds me of an archaic snow maiden. Love it.

paula nerhus said...

I really dig that hair doo.....what did happen to our tresses????? I would like to know for one! too funny!

Anthropomorphica said...

Thanks Nicomi, I'll see Mathilda in a different light now!

Anthropomorphica said...

Well, Paula, I only caught the aftermath! But it is said that Mathilda, unable to contain herself flew up at Gertrude sharp teeth first and plucked the poor girl like a chicken! Then sat back and humming a happy tune, wove herself a fetching wig.
Don't worry, I'll take care of Gertrude ;)

Shayna Prentice said...

Now that I know about her handy teeth, how I wish Mathilda coulda' been with me on the canoe caper! Mathilda must be feeling a bit smug to know that Nicomi called her an archaic snow maiden! And now that I learn of her rather wickedly eccentric chicken antics toward Gertrude and her tresses ... well, I will have to teach her who rules the roost during our midnight run! (perhaps she could have a side profession of basket weaving?) Thanks for all this fun, dear Melanie ~.~

Anthropomorphica said...

Basket weaving, there's a thought! Could be a good way to channel those energies! Be firm Shayna and keep eyes in the back of your head ;)
Thanks for coming to play ;)

dellamarinis said...

Your creations are wonderfully weird...will check back again soon.

Anthropomorphica said...

Thank you dellamarinis!

Ale said...

Amazing Mathilda!! Weird little smile... wild big eyes... she's terrific!

Anthropomorphica said...

Thanks Ale ;)

harem6 said...

They are simply amazing!Don,t really understand the story though...We are so happy to have met you!!! Your creations are so wonderful!It's always such joy to come and visit your blog!

JJ Beazley said...

I think it might take me a little while to come up to speed. Interesting how the bizarre can be beguiling and even beautiful. Somebody said that about me once. No, they didn't. I just made it up, all for you Melanie.

Anthropomorphica said...

Welcome back Ildiko and Flavia and thank you for your precious comments!
Mathilda had pulled out handfuls of Gertrude's lovely hair and made herself a glamorous wig ;)

Anthropomorphica said...

Hi Jeff, it's so funny to see you here. No need for us to hijack other blogs anymore ;) What a shame!
Your comment gave me a giggle.