Haha, he's got a point!
Ha. He's got a pointy hat, too.
'Thag' must be the ancient version of 'swag' !
Haha. That's right. Thag's got his Neander-Swag on.
Lovin' those socks, too. Early fashionista!
Yeah, they do look like socks, don't they. I was trying to make them look like Uggs. Very Early Uggs. Did you know that Oog named them Uggs first?
Ugh. I didn't know that.
No, I will be the pattern of all patience; I will say nothing. ( W. S.)
Silence is golden. Less is more.
Hi Ted, nice to see some activity here ;) How are you?
Yes, it is nice to finally see some activity around here again. I'm okay, and I have some time again for the blog.
That kind of attire was more successful in the Highlands, where animals were slower and were attracted to flashy colorful designs. :)
I think you are right, Juan. Unfortunately, Thag and Oog live in the Lowlands.
Ah an early MacGregor Kilt...No wonder we were bad hunters and resorted to stealing other peoples sheep...by ....er......killing them first....then we got our name banned. Funny those cave cartoons Mr.Ted!
Ha. I thought of the MacGregor clan when I drew that hideous outfit. I was hoping you wouldn't hurl a heavy pole at me.
I think this moment is when that cardinal rule of fashion - Never mix your plaids - was coined. I, too, love the socks!!!!!!
Not Socks! Badly drawn cave Uggs.
I asked Santa for your book for Christmas. Is it done yet?ps. Your Meatball monsters are waaaaaaay cool! Hope you've been well. :)
Wow, a Sinclair Sighting. Hi Bella. Yeah, the book... still working on it. Thank you for rattling my cage on that. The cartoon book took a back seat to animation work at WB, but now I'm home again and have a couple months to work on it again. I will finish it, I promise. Thanks! Are you back for awhile?
Merry Christmas Ted ... I laughed like a drain. I didn't realise you had a thing for cavemen. Maybe you could do us a caveman Santa.
Hey, that's a great idea. Let me think about this...Merry Christmas to you!
SO fun Ted. It's the nicer Michael Kors from project runway critiquing his plaid-clad friend. Happy Christmas to you!!
Merry Christmas, Shirley. You know, just between you and me, I used to watch that show. haha. It reminded me of my days at art school, and I like crafts. I was always wrong about the fashions, though.
HAHA! Hilarious. Love the socks especially. Happy 2014!