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...for most of us anyway. I'm not sure how the lambs and goats feel about the important role they play on Easter meal...

'Mosquito' is a free periodical that bites in and around my hometown and this is one of its greeting cards, available just in time for Greek Orthodox Easter.

Pen and Photoshop. April 2006.

P.S. Curious about Greek Orthodox Easter? Have a [link] ;)
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inkynebula Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2009  Professional General Artist
:wave: journal-featured! [link] :D
TheoSar Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2008  Professional Filmographer
G*mw tis idees!!!! ;)
znow-white Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2007
I featured this lil creature in my journal ,hope that is ok,of not please let me know..
Happy Easter.. :heart:
Liebest0d Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2007
haha to arni anarotiete, what am i supposed to do!?
Dimkas Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2007  Professional General Artist
Μπα, μεχρι να καταφέρει να μπει σε αυτή τη λογική είναι ήδη στη σούβλα και γυρίζει ;P
Touch-Not-This-Cat Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2007
This old Christmass artical by G.K. Chesterton written around 1910 should shed some light on this mystery.


I do not know whether an animal killed at Christmas has had a better or a worse time than it would have had if there had been no Christmas or no Christmas dinners. But I do know that the fighting and suffering brotherhood to which I belong and owe everything, Mankind, would have a much worse time if there were no such thing as Christmas or Christmas dinners. Whether the turkey which Scrooge gave to Bob Cratchit had experienced a lovelier or more melancholy career than that of less attractive turkeys is a subject upon which I cannot even conjecture. But that Scrooge was better for giving the turkey and Cratchit happier for getting it I know as two facts, as I know that I have two feet. What life and death may be to a turkey is not my business; but the soul of Scrooge and the body of Cratchit are my business. Nothing shall induce me to darken human homes, to destroy human festivities, to insult human gifts and human benefactions for the sake of some hypothetical knowledge which Nature curtained from our eyes. We men and women are all in the same boat, upon a stormy sea. We owe to each other a terrible and tragic loyalty. If we catch sharks for food, let them be killed most mercifully; let any one who likes love the sharks, and pet the sharks, and tie ribbons round their necks and give them sugar and teach them to dance. But if once a man suggests that a shark is to be valued against a sailor, or that the poor shark might be permitted to bite off a nigger's* leg occasionally; then I would court-martial the man--he is a traitor to the ship.

Meanwhile, it remains true that I shall eat a great deal of turkey this Christmas; and it is not in the least true (as the vegetarians say) that I shall do it because I do not realise what I am doing, or because I do what I know is wrong, or that I do it with shame or doubt or a fundamental unrest of conscience. In one sense I know quite well what I am doing; in another sense I know quite well that I know not what I do. Scrooge and the Cratchits and I are, as I have said, all in one boat; the turkey and I are, to say the most of it, ships that pass in the night, and greet each other in passing. I wish him well; but it is really practically impossible to discover whether I treat him well. I can avoid, and I do avoid with horror, all special and artificial tormenting of him, sticking pins in him for fun or sticking knives in him for scientific investigation. But whether by feeding him slowly and killing him quickly for the needs of my brethren, I have improved in his own solemn eyes his own strange and separate destiny, whether I have made him in the sight of God a slave or a martyr, or one whom the gods love and who die young--that is far more removed from my possibilities of knowledge than the most abstruse intricacies of mysticism or theology. A turkey is more occult and awful than all the angels and archangels In so far as God has partly revealed to us an angelic world, he has partly told us what an angel means. But God has never told us what a turkey means. And if you go and stare at a live turkey for an hour or two, you will find by the end of it that the enigma has rather increased than diminished.

*Nigger in this case was used in the old English (as Chesterton was wont to do) meaning "ignorant commoner".
Touch-Not-This-Cat Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2007
I'd wager old Bernard Shaw thought the same thing. At any rate: Glory to the Most HIgh to all the ages of ages!!
Dimkas Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2007  Professional General Artist
Excuses of the hungry intellectual... :hungry:

Thanks for sharing! :D
nikV Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006
de pezi na zografizis etsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii yeas
lilioum Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2006
hahahhahahahahaha epos :D
mechan Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2006
xaxaxaxaxaxa... eleos re file tora exo typseis gia to arnaki pou efaga prin dyo mines!
TheWoodenKing Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2006  Professional General Artist
kali poli kali idea
LtlDevil Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2006
eheh! nice idea using a goat instead of a chicken or eggs or rabbits!!
I love that cute goat! nice work!

Nikolaj Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
aru-san Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006
maybe you can make the part 2 with a turkey...
Dimkas Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2006  Professional General Artist
The turkey called in sick... bird flu apparently... ;)
leotheyardiechick Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Er......we eat bun and cheese and fish during Easter out here! So, at least our lambs/sheep/goats can breath a sigh of relief. Until after Easter Monday, that is! :hungry:
Dimkas Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2006  Professional General Artist
"Flocks of sheep and goats are boarding planes leaving Greece en route to Jamaica for the Easter break..." =)
leotheyardiechick Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
:rofl: That'd be something for the tourist records!
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Asaph Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
I skia tu xeriu panw sto arni ine lathos
kingtut98 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
:XD: Awesome picture- the expression is super.

I didn't have lamb or goat on Easter :-) Come to think of it, I'm not sure I had meat at all! :faint: I must be going crazy...
georgianna Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006
KOMiotis Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
BRavo DImkas bravo
Pericles Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006
O amnos tou kyriou... (Kyriolektika!) ;)
Dimkas Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2006  Professional General Artist
It's a goat actually... that's because goats never get the reckognition they deserve, they are always overshadowed by their cuter cousins --even on the Easter table :crazy:
28thrapture Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006
Nice colors! Interesting pic :D
t-drom Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006
colours are superb... as always... nice sketch and concept...

ps. steile diefthinsi sou me note...
ps2. den prolava s/k katholou giati eixa arosti tin mana mou sto krevati me pireto... mono gamics piga...
ps3. krata mou kai mia tetoia cartpostal me to arni stin akri gia na mou tin doseis otan vrethoume ore! :D
iliaskrzs Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2006  Professional Artist
fantazomai syneiditopoieis poso blafsimi (ithelimena? athelita?) einai eikona soy e? :)

"gia na giortasoyme tis agies meres toy pasxa... oriste enas tragos me fotostefano"
ouuuuu antixriste! 666!

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