Haven't posted in a few days, so here's a Post-It doodle from work. I think the tall guy is great; the shorter guy was added to balance things out with a little contrast.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Thursday, April 15, 2010
It's Tax Day! And Uncle Sam wants you to do your part!
Make sure you file those returns on time... or else Uncle Sam will get even, his way...
When he gets angry, he might even go on a rampage like King Kong...
And once the shirt comes off, there's truly no stopping him!
And if you still don't want to pay your taxes, as a last resort, he'll steal your children and sell them as slaves in a foreign land!
Better get those forms in order!
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
I'm taking off tomorrow morning on a trip to Montreal, Canada (also known as "America's Europe"), so I thought I'd leave you with a little doodle I cooked up today. I'm not really sure how well this is translating, but basically the one guy is pulling on the other guy's tongue, and his skin is being pulled off from the inside as it is directly attached to the base of his tongue.
See you next week!
Monday, April 5, 2010
Here's a Ren & Stimpy Doodle I just felt like doing today. I wanted to give them specific expressions, and right now it looks like they're both ready to throw up or something. It feels like in the last day or two I've been surrounded by sick people; maybe that's showing through a little.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Look at these awesome designs for the new Yogi Bear movie. They look great, don't they- and they've cast Dan Aykroyd as the voice of Yogi, and Justin Timberlake as Boo Boo. I've always thought that a young cartoon bear cub should have the voice of a human man. And he's a huge pop star, too, so you know he'd be a great voice actor.
Not about the movie- it is supposedly happening. But obviously this entire concept is ridiculous. Why make this movie? What is the point of taking characters, designed in 2D by experts in a deliberately flat and stylized way, and trying to make them look "real"?
And the casting of Timberlake is so inappropriate, it's just embarrassing- obvious corporate pandering to a completely irrelevant demographic.
The original Ed Benedict design
Although I bet a ton of kids are going to flock to the theaters when they hear Dan Aykroyd is in it.
I hate to use this blog to rant, because I like it to remain more positive in tone (I don't want my wife to think of me as a curmudgeon either!), but I saw this and had to comment. What do you think?