Welcome to my world:
Meet the gnomes
He’s been there, seen it and got the cracked fishing rod to prove it. Footballs, frisbees, inquisitive dogs. He’s had to put up with a lot. He’s seen friends come and go – destroyed, stolen or submerged in the neighbour’s pond. He’s very wary of people, especially the younger variety and can be a bit grumpy – but who wouldn’t be when they’ve been through as much as he has.
Lola’s fairly new to the bunch and has a different outlook to the rest of the gnomes. The youngest of the gnomes she’s yet to endure much of the hardships the other gnomes have been through. For that reason she sees the best in everything and is super keen. Her enthusiasm can be a tad annoying at times and she can be a bit ditsy but she’s harmless enough.
Snail Gnome (Paul)
Snail Gnome, as everyone seems to call him these days, is ever so nice. He doesn’t like to bother anyone and would always help you out. His manners are impeccable. Even though he’s been battered and broken more times than he’s had warm toes, he doesn’t complain about it. In the last couple of years a snail has befriended him and now they’re never apart.
Brad the Laid Back Gnome
Brad is one laid back gnome. He’s super chill, which probably comes from years of lounging around. Brad’s so laid back he often doesn’t say a lot but when he does it’ll be poetic. His laid back pose seems to have saved him from many of the knocks and scrapes his fellow gnomes have suffered.