The flu has returned.
Oh, now I get it- the flu- duh! I had to go back and look up your other drawings. I’ve been a little scare lately… very cool drawing, now I see the connection.
I started doing this in this new moleskine and am now sort of carried away, few more to go and flu will be done. I think I will spare everyone the Gastro bug that is now taking hold, I don’t trust myself with the topic. Anyway it makes a change from what I have been drawing up to this point. The guy on the right was inspired by some electron microscope pictures I found on the web. The one of the left is completely made up. I think I have the flu going airborne at some point, we will have to see. How goes the teaching, you back from holidays?
I was about to say: glad it’s back, but that only related to the drawings of course. This is really a marvellous picture!
Thanks as the scale changes I am trying to make the smaller elements looks more like mold or something. Something tells me this whole book will look like this.
This is great. You should do a deal with the health service to encourage folk to get flu jabs. I bet this would scare them into doing it – in the nicest possible way of course (he hastily added)
Interesting point Robert but do you think I can convince people that little elephants are running around through their immune systems? If I could do that nothing is beyond my reach. I promise to use my new found powers for good however.
yes- back from the holidays, but still fighting the cold bug here in Germany- I’m convinced there really are mini-elephants taking over.
I am giddy with my new found powers.
This is so much fun, so creative, so imaginative.
You mention little elephants running through our immune system which reminded me of something I saw many years ago: microscopic photos of an eyelash, and on that eyelash was a colony of living, moving… MASTADONS! They looked very much like mastadons (only microscopic). For decades I have thought of those mastadons crawling around in my eyelashes. Not a far cry from elephants in our immune system.
Margie, Did I mention the White Cell Rhinos?
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