Thursday, July 5, 2012

Fanged, Blown and Sweet Little Monster

“Are you sure?” Fanged questioned her husband. “I mean, my third cousin, Mildly Mad, enjoys biting people’s heads off. I thought our girl might have inherited that particular personality trait from him.”

“I’m sure,” said Blown. “Our daughter is not a head biter. I’ve been reading, and according to Freud’s Stages of Psycho-Petal Development, our Sweet Little Monster collects noses because she is stuck on the oral stage. We should put up a ‘Don’t Stop to Smell the Flowers’ sign before she goes anal.”


In case you are wondering, my Wicked Luvs, this is what happens when I spend too many hours reading Freudian research *sigh* But I kind of like the Daisy family. I don’t know about the colors... Maybe I should try black and white shading... In the meantime, click around and check out the rest of the entries for this week’s fully buttered prompt. And be careful, there are Little Monsters Everywhere!   

And after that bit of illustrated psycho-petal fun,
let’s congratulate Lilac Wolf (Angie or Angela),
the winner of my Art, Passion and Heart-Told Tales giveaway.
Send me your mailing info, and your “Piano Player” shall fly home to mama.


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30 comments:

  1. Haha..there's a surprise...it's a full moon and the wolf won :D Loving your Daisy family too Magaly :D XXX

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    1. I didn't even notice! I mean, I noticed the full moon and I'm pretty sure my neighbors heard that I noticed *teehee* but I didn't make the connection. How cool.

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  2. Ohhh, the monster Daisies! :) Love it!

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    1. Me too. They are quite fun and into psychology as you can see lol

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  3. Love this and love that Ang won!

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    1. That's so sweet, Kallan, thank you.

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    2. I was all smiles when I saw that she won. Maybe Fate wanted her mom to have it ;-)

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  4. OMG, this totally made me smile this morning. Love it. Isn't it funny how theory can be insidious and work its way into everything!?!

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    1. It is indeed. I haven't experienced a situation, which psychological theories can make interesting, or weird in the case of Freud lol

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  5. That's funny! "Before she goes anal" lol. Thank you for the art. I can't wait!

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    1. Yay! I made a funny.

      You are very welcome, I hope you enjoy lots!

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  6. Congrats to Lilac Wolf!

    Your mind is a scary place... The good kind of scary though!

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    1. Is it bad that I've heard that one quite a bit? lol

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  7. So what kind of flowers pop up after reading Jungian research? ;)

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    1. A huge lone flower, with super long roots, that communicates with nearby flowers only when it wants to ;-)

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  8. Before she goes anal! LOL! I am still laughing! LOL! Love your art and love what you write my friend ;o)
    Yeh Angie ;o)I should have her address, but just incase, can you e-mail me with it Magaly and I will put the aceo up in my shop, so I can mail it out on monday ;o)
    Hugs ;o)

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    1. Freud has a creepy way of sticking to people's mind. I'm quite intrigued by his take on the uncanny, but his theory of development is a bit out there (and funny at times ;-)

      I sent you everything for Angie, hope you got it.

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  9. Cute monster daisy family, and love the reference to Freud LOL

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    1. I think Dr. Every-Behavior-Roots-In-Sex-or-Anger is quite inspirational. Weird at times, but funny ;-)

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  10. Monsters lurk everywhere & love how surreal these dudes are :) Congrats to Angie too, love Stacy's piano rockin' baby crow!!

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    1. I find these family very surrealist attractive myself. I particularly like the mom's eyes, there is something deliciously creepy about the way thy sit in the sockets ;-)

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  11. LOL! Everything was an oral stage to Freud. Um, just a personal opinion, of course. ;-)

    I love your daisy family! And a huge congrats to Angie! YAY!!!

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    1. I think Freud was obsessed with orifices, if you ask me. If it looked phallic, he wanted to stick it somewhere... in his theory ;-)

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  12. I can't begin to imagine why you're reading Freud but I love what your mind does with it!
    ♥Sharon

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    1. I'm studying psychology of violence, and you know how Freud when it comes to violence his id is king ;-)

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  13. Oh...now I am seeing monster daisies...I will look closely at them from now on. Daisies are my favourite flower, though if I ever see rainbow ones I will be very wary.

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    1. lol, you are too funny, Natasha. Daisy are my favorite flowers, too. I love their simplicity and resilience. That beauty that needs nothing to shine, and of course the fangs ;-)

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