The absurdity of the gag in this one is just awesome, it totally makes it! And bravo on the harpoons stuck in his back, I love those kinds of details
Haha very funny---no not too absurd or wacky...just right..love it!.. whale disguise could be the actual origin of shades before someone realised they where useful for sun protection.
Hahahahaha! Love the humour!
Ha! Good one!
Hahaha the harpoons crack me up.. XD
haha Ted this is excellent once again!
Super illustration, brought a smile to my face. I love the little details you add to your pictures like the harpoons ect.
Good interpretation Ted.I do not think it's absurdeverything that comes out of our mind is real!
Ha ha! I like it, Ted!
...the power of shades--and wacky absurdity. I love it! :-D
it is very serious stuff.....:)(:D)(big smile)
You can never be too absurd if there's a joke in there somewhere... Great job!
Hahaha what a brilliant disguise! Super fab hat! Hilarious and very well done.
OMG OMG OMG! The harpoons! Hahahaha, you kill me!!! This one's an instant classic.
So good. I agree that the harpoon really makes it work.
Too absurd? Too wacky? Don't you know that's what we're all here for!? I may pick Moby Dick for my book club this year... If so I'll wear a Fedora & false nose in your honor.
I love it!Whales know how to relax :)
Very funny!Good one!
Haha!! amazing! :)
POT.:D you made me giggle
oh i forgot.i hope Dawn is okay.i dont know, because her profile is "not available"??worried.
Great one! Gregory Peck would be proud!
Another great bit of work Ted! love your work!!
Thanks for the smile!! All the little details from the chair, to the cooler, to the cocktail really add to the hilarity!!
heehee i love it :) thanks Ted for making life a little funnier.
Haha, one of your funniest cartoons! Moby seems so cool and relaxed... but I wonder if he stays too long in the sun he won't be white anymore!
Ha ha! Great idea and very convincing disguise - I didn't even realise he was a whale until I read the text... OK so I'm a bit slow today...
Very funny - it's the hat that tickles me.
Thanks Ted for the comment and the insight into who that weird face was that I used as ref. Always wondered who he was... the fact that he was a photorealist who painted big portraits just blows my mind as I have been obsessed with doing big faces lately... spooky! Do you remember what his name was?
This is HILARIOUS! Love it.
And again - thanks so much for sourcing the artists name (Chuck Close). Funny enough he actually uses a grid pattern to achieve his artwork! Very very very interesting character... :)
That's why they call him "Smarty" Dick. :)