Here’s one for Illustration Friday. Nearly late as usual, if at all. More effort next time for sure!
As an aside, I’ve been hitting the decaf for a while now, and that fills me with great joie de vivre even in the absence of the typical psychoactive stimulant.
As a further aside, the city seal of my town (Portland, Maine) sports a phoenix and the motto “Resurgam,” Latin for “I will rise again.” That on account of being burned down four times, I kid you not.
And in keeping with the theme, I spent about 5 seconds on this Illustration Friday picture. Also in keeping with the theme I ate nothing while drawing it! Actually, do mints counts?
I haven’t done the Illustration Friday thing in a while, but, er, here’s a sloppy and rushed one! I guess that’s incentive for me to do a better job next time.
Wow, that must have been a speedy glacier, right?
Usually I go for really obvious, but this time I went for slightly confusing.
I was almost late in posting this, but I wasn’t, and also I wasn’t drunk (not my scene). If I had been late that would have been fitting perhaps, and if the topic had been “early” and I was late, that would have been ironic. Instead it is neither fitting nor ironic, and certainly not interesting enough to merit a paragraph.
This is pen with Crayola marker, some water, and then some color added in Photoshop. I don’t know what medium that makes this, but let’s say digital, because how else could you be looking at it on your computer? Eh? Eh?
If there are two things we love as Americans, it’s packing clowns into little cars and packing college students into telephone booths. Here’s my proposal for the logical extension of those time-honored traditions: packing clowns and college students into a big telephone booth-esque sedan.
I can see that the little guy wants in on the gang, but I’m really not sure that such an earnest little dude stands a chance with these people. Incidentally (and completely accidentally), the guy with the curly hair looks exactly like my brother Pat.