HAHAHHAAHAHAHA.. always gret to come over to your blog, sir.. always gives me lots of smiles and laughs.wworld is indeed brighter with great comedy around :DAll the best!
Gosh, what a funny drawing...that really happened to me. The gorilla started to go "ape" when I kept staring at him. He was so incensed that he picked up a large clump of dirt, charged at me and attacked me with it! Now, keep in mind, this is an open air enclosure with a moat. The large dirt clod he hurled in my direction landed a few feet away. I figured I'd better leave, before he ran out of dirt -- if you know what I mean!I faired no better with the elephants. I'll tell you about that one, when you draw an elephant cartoon!
This is a great cartoon. If I was a gorilla, I would feel the same way. I never look at gorillas when I'm at the zoo. Once there was a crowd of people peering in the glass at the gorillas, and this large male pounded the glass with his fist, clearly irritated. Unlike other animals at the zoo, I have a feeling that they are very much aware that they are captive. I have a soft spot for them.
haha this one is great! i totally relate to this one :P
thats a good one, all those creepy feature animation artists that go to the zoo and scare the poor animals, should have this cartoon on their desks.You should do one of the animals staring at them through their window.That"ll teach them.
The guy sketching looks like someone we both know, but an uglier version,Do you use people you know. or knew as composites of some of these characters?
Wow, you just gave me a killer gag idea, -the animals bothering the artist while HE goes about his day. That'll teach him. -watch for it.I only use people I know when I do post-it note gags at work. I think.
Hey, you should give yourself an avatar of sgt rock, that would be cool.