lines and colors :: a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts
Today I take up the burning issue of clinic depression amongst animals Elephants with trunk envy Over stressed sloth Megalomaniac Budgies Paranoid slow loris Moose with weltschmerz Confused rabbits Pretentious pigs Melancholy owls And of course Gnus with guns
Introducing the Goat Jet 2800, new affordable super Jet choose the 2800c for maximum power or the 2800e, for the air line on a tight budget Afraid of shortage of fuel choose the Downdraft Gasification, use almost anything combustible as fuel Fully customizable, with a long array of bling bling to heighten sex appeal Modern cockpit, with moderately comfortable chairs. We don't want our pilots to sleep do we. Rustic charm for the passenger. state of the art onboard entertainment system
What would you do if you got a little extra money? Hm, managed to miss spell dreadnought it should have been. In this design I took away all the unnecessary parts of the gun ship, to make it more effective.
And I care for you Coco as well, but not enough to let you handle my blog over the weekend, no updates until Monday morning, I'm leaving the internet.
If you're up to par on pythonology you might be able to name the police constable and hedgehog, I'm not to sure about the German spelling (my German is not that healthy) is it: da sind spass? And a hello from Templar Air, why not take that holy trip you always wanted to take?
Today we visit a place long time ago and far away. It's a day in Mr Dart Vaders life, you have to enlarge it to decipher it. The appeal of blogging is when you find out that someone has find liking to your things like the sycamorereview, that's all for today folks and let the force be with you.
Farewell to the "Ancien Régime", my stock of pigs are now at the end and I hear grumblings from my monkeys in the crypt. Sorry no more pigs today.
This we celebrate by posting pigs, not once but a new after each get at least one comment. Pig #1, The Opera pig.
Finished, it evolved around the concept of the likeness of books and houses. I thought that sometimes even houses could need some extra support, (you might have to enlarge the picture to see the support)
Still drawing some houses, still in progress. I shouldn't have trusted Coco, that's for sure I'm given him some literature to understand the art of humor more, starting with An Essay on Criticism by Alexander Pope: this will hopefully learn him more of true wit. Frogs and Pirates, the idea is so not funny. unfortunately I can't fire Coco, it's almost impossible to find other monkeys with even a rudimentary knowledge in Greek mythology.