April 28th, 2007


A Child's Guide to Teasing Bees: In early May, I swear!

I thought I had this already, but it seems that, no.

I really need a black and white illustration of this little boy, for inclusion in "A Child's Guide to Teasing Bees".

If you have already submitted a drawing, please let someone else do this one :)

Little Henry didn’t understand why the other children teased him. He wasn’t terribly tall for his age or noticeably short. He didn’t wear glasses or orthodontics. He didn’t have big ears or an odd shaped mole or any of the hundreds of things that usually mark a child as different and thus the object of childish scorn. He was just as normal, just as run-of-the-mill as any young boy could hope to be.

Except that he was made of bees.

story by dirkdada