While answering the comments to yesterday’s Saturday Squirrel post about my sciurine triptych I made from three separate photos of the same squirrel, you all came up with so many great suggestions on what this image could have been that you inspired me to notice a completely different potential it had that I didn’t notice before! The fuzzy, confused face on the squirrel in the middle perfectly played with the pleading/sinister expressions of the two squirrels casting their eyes upon him to make this a classic angel/devil conscience tug of war scene! Just which side of himself is this soul searching squirrel in the middle going to ultimately listen to?
Or perhaps he’d be better off if this happened instead…
Big props to everyone who gave their thoughts in yesterday’s post for making this even awesomer squirrel clone mashup happen!
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I’ve read that squirrels furget 50% of the nuts they buried once… so I think grab that nuts, before they are forgotten :o)
That’s true, give or take a few nuts. And I think this squirrel is going to do some taking…
And all I did was compliment you… 🙂
Yeah, thanks a lot! 😛
Classic take and funny.
Ha, funny! I just read your reply to my comment – I’m glad you followed through with your idea 🙂
The squirrel art world would have not been the same without this battle of the inner selves….
Hah, this turned out great! 🙂
Take those nuts and RUN!
Preferably before his demon counterpart takes them for himself…
Good this is! DAMN good! ❤ ❤ <3.
OMG! I made Aunt Sharon cuss! I musta really done something this time! 😉
LOL! It really is spectacularly good!
That’s perfect! The squirrel does look more angelic in the shot on the left. If that squirrel is anything like the ones here, I’m sure it listened to its devil side, all while wearing an angelic expression.
Squirrels with a conscience? I’m sorry, I’m not buying it. Try again.