On November 4, 2013 by Eden M. Kennedy

unicornI’m not sure where this falls along the continuum between “homage to Kate Beaton’s Fat Pony” and “blatant rip-off of Kate Beaton’s Fat Pony.” Crucial differences are: longer legs? Tongue firmly hidden in mouth; slightly melted candlestick-like forehead protrusion.



3 Responses to “Wheee”

  • can I reply to another post? the one about the process of writing your novel. I know this is silly, but I just wanted to say thank you. I’ve recently been trying to get back into painting, just wanting to get going but not really knowing where I’m exactly headed, and not very confidently at that. It wasn’t until I read your post that I realized that I too had been feeling that wonderful, precious, love for my work again (though filtered as anxiety). Made me realize that I may, in fact, be headed in the right direction, and it’s just the punch in the arm I needed. thanks.

    • That’s great! I think there’s a sort of uncertainty that can be very productive if you can just get used to sitting with it until the work breaks through. Not to get too mystical about it. I’m glad you’re painting again, keep going.

  • I appreciate anything “Fat Pony” related. This gave me a much-needed smile!