Sorry for my absence, but hopefully I'm back with a bang and a backfire. I had fun drawing this one up. I consider it a rough but do you think it would make a good inspirational poster if I do a tight cleanup of it? I really want to. I'm hoping this little piece of Americana might inspire flies as well as people. The Illustration Friday word for the week was 'Liquid'. Hope they don't throw me out. ha.
Thought you might like to see a little teaser for the cartoon book I've been working on. It's my little tribute to the C-players of costumed crime fighting.
I'm a little over half way done with this first book and having a ball. Hopefully you will enjoy it when it's all done. -Ted
So Im worried that, with all this smart phone technology numbing our brains, that people are getting dumber and dumber. If animals start getting smarter, then we just might end up with a Bunny Babysitter. Just thinkin' out loud.
In my world dogs may not have thumbs but they can use a hammer anyway. That's why I love cartooning, because animals can walk upright and do whatever, and nobody questions it. To satisfy the Illustration Friday word this week: 'TRAIN' your dog right! Is that reaching? Oh yeah, no cats were harmed in the making of this cartoon.
It was hard. Leaving all your friends and crawling up on land was not for the squeamish. We tend to forget the great fish pioneers of the Paleozoic, like the Gordons here. They knew the importance of fresh air and abundant sunshine. The timid stayed behind at first, not wanting to venture far from their comfort zones, but like every trend, word of the exciting, new frontier with the dirt-cheap real estate reached the depths, and suddenly EVERY TomFish, DickFish and HarryFish wanted lungs.