Tuesday, February 28, 2012

The Great Deluge

The dam bursts...

Part 1 of...more than 1. There's more than one.


Ocasionally, I don't feel like drawing real people on napkins. Sometimes I feel like drawing an entire kindergarten class, with teachers. Sometimes I don't feel like getting up to get another napkin, so I just keep going longer than I should.

Nothing really. Just Superman, in jeans and Wellies, cleaning his fingernails, under the watchful and protective eye of Krypugto, the Superpug.
And a Moebius pastiche, because I felt like it. Walker-toad has four legs, if you didn't catch it.

Monday, February 6, 2012

A year of animals

For Christmas, I made my family calendars. Given that my family is made of pet owners, vegetarians, biologists, and oceanographers, I created animal-themed calendars. One for every month. In time for...mid-February, here are all twelve images, in order.January. At least someone got snow.

February: the month where everyone wants to sleep in.
March: the month that, like it or not, everyone associates with the color green because of Irish fairies.
April is rainy. I ripped this off of Peter de Seve. No one does animals better.
May: Oh yes, my family also avidly gardens.
June: Everyone travels to somewhere else on vacation, and annoys the people who live there and aren't on vacation.
July: a cat and an Indian elephant for the Indian guy who likes cats.
August: the dog days of summer. The terrified days of fish.
September: some people like ants. Ants are hard to draw.
October: putting on fat for the winter.
November is fun, even for vegetarians.

December: it's very cold and dark, and it makes people sing.