Merry Christmas peeps! I hope that this post finds you all well, and ready for a great 2017.
Each year, I take a silly pop artist’s album cover and make a twisted version of it, with yours truly instead of of some semi-naked chick. I fell in love with the artwork from a Grimes album this year, and had to do a parody of it. I hope you all enjoy the sexiness! This is EXACTLY what I looked like last night, as I waited for Santa to bring me lots of Star Trek stuff…
Greetings All! I have finished a month working on-site on a top secret project. I was locked in a clean room with no cell phones or internet connection. I haven’t had time to work on cartoons, or even write any. In fact, the whole time I was voyaging to downtown Dallas on a daily basis, I didn’t think of a single funny idea. Downtown Dallas is not funny. Not one bit. Not a thing about it amusing. It took between 45 minutes and two hours to get to work each day. Once there, a primal battle for expensive parking spaces ensued. Then, at lunch time, I had to walk the gauntlet of hobos to get lunch. Never before has walking to get a tasteless Subway sandwich been so dangerous! The project and the people I worked with were the bright point of the last month. They were all great. Downtown Dallas, not so much.
Speaking of things that are really, really, not funny, I had to shop at the Waaaalllll-maht yesterday for hair gel. I always smell the gel (I made a rhyme!) to make sure that I don’t get something that smells like old lady or hooker’s perfume. I opened the lid and gently squeezed the bottle to get the scent to waft to my eager nostrils. Unfortunately, a giant blob of gel shot up my nose! Ugg! I guess the experience wasn’t too bad, because I bought the product.
Hope you all are doing well, and hope to have new goodness for you soon!
Ok, saying that I am going to give a “lecture” is kinda a stretch. More like I am going to talk about my artwork, and answer questions while I twitch and forget who I am. Anyway, I found this while putting together my presentation and thought I would share it with you.
A friend of mine, that happens to be a good writer, commented that my Borg cartoon was confusing, so I revised it! Anyway, in the place of a brand new, shiny cartoon today, you get a refried, redone, reworked one. At least it’s free!