Crybaby is now wired and ready for action! Wonder how long this will stay in one piece? I added the clay zits on top to stabilize the stars and planets, and taped the battery compartment inside the mask. Each time I work on this, it gets heavier! But special effects make Crybaby 2.0 worth it!
Dallas ComicCon is this Saturday. Do I want to go alone this year? Possibly get trampled by a flock of cosplay geeks? Get squished by the autograph seeking hoards? Get mauled by children in Darth Maul costumes? Get washed downstream in a Dallas flash flood? Get asphyxiated on a $20 hot dog? Get rolled by rival cartoon gangs? Ah, who am I kidding-of course I have to go!
My friend’s, cousin’s, coworker took a surprise pic of his wife, but the joke was on him! This unretouched photo has a ghost face on the blanket. When he saw it, he had a nervous breakdown, and became a Hare Krishna. It gives me the chills!
Between looking for meals in dumpsters behind 7-11 and Starbucks, I managed to paint these three characters. Payment for them will hopefully buy us more food than the grass clippings, half eaten big bite hot dogs, and coffee grounds we have been surviving on lately.
The lovely employees of Neurotico can’t afford any fancy smancy therapy, so they come up with stuff like this. I asked them to come up with a cartoon about the mean stuff husbands say to their wives, but they just downed a bottle of vodka, huffed some model glue and threw up. It is so hard to find good employees these days!
I thought that it would be funny to share the occasional toot joke or symphonic bowels tune or colon squeaker with my child. Unfortunately, I created a potty humor monster! The last straw was seeing this drawing she did at Church Sunday School. Parents, learn from my horrible mistakes, and don’t let an innocent, but stinky toot turn into a full scale incident at your house of worship!