Re: Not well-rounded
Sometimes being different is tough. And you know, rounded balls are evil...
Re: Ugly Duckling
Inspired by "The Ugly Duckling"
Dont worry about the last "duck", he will hit his stride eventually.
6 colors on brown
Re: Acquired Taste
This might actually make a good joke shirt if the lone zombie had a picture of some grains instead of a sandwich.
This is amazing, I love Zombies! Plus your work is incredible. This better print!!
Re: The Bus Stop
I love this version. I think it tells a story much better with the third little piggy already in the bag. Hope it does well in the Derby!
Re: A Handy Guide
My daughter loves narwhals - the unicorns of the sea. So you got her vote.
You do not know how badly I want this.
Re: how's that for luck?
I guess luck wasn't a lady tonight
Those hungry little shriveled mouths are adorable. Somehow! Sweet idea Mr S.
I have to admit, the nose picking pig is what sells it for me. Also liking the napsack with the thrid, missing pig squirming around inside.
Re: BLACK SHIP OF THE FAMILY
I love this one.
An unexpected color scheme. Very cool, Walmazan.
Who doesn't love your characters? :^)
Re: A Guide for the Good Guys. Villains are obvious.
Bearded--I mean voted. Monocles are cool and usually get a vote from me.
Re: Feeling Lower than Dirt
Some days you just feel like you're a carrot in a field of berries.
No? Not a good simile?
Now I feel like a potato in a field of tomatoes.
Re: You're not a gummy.
I like it. Simple design, nice work!
Re: He Just Wanted to be Popular
Re: Can you hear me know?
incredibly simplistic view of the annoying caller in the crowd...there is always one.
thanks ahead for voting! (if you actually voted ;)
Well, I'm not sure I exactly understand what's happening in this picture, but gosh ain't it purty?
Re: One does not simply
Haha! :D So random, but so good.
Re: The Happy Floopy Poopies and Gary
I wish the title could be included in the design.
Re: Pitfalls of Technology
He may have all the hip gadgets in the world. But he can't fold a blog into a funky hat,
Spiritgreen wrote:Haha! :D So random, but so good.
Look at those floopy poopies, just rubbing their happiness right in Gary's face.
Great art and a funny joke! You rock, man. +1
rglee129 wrote:The concept of painting living things as vertical beams of light comes from Rabo Karebekian, a character from two of Kurt Vonnegut's novels ("Bluebeard" and my all time favorite, "Breakfast of Champions"). And for those KV fans at home, the buildings are all part of old Dresden.
I love Vonnegut so much, but I've never read "Bluebeard." Is it one of his better ones?
Oh yeah, and the design is awesome.
Re: Odd Bear Out
Oh my god, these are EXTREMELY cute! The expressions/ gestures are PERFECT. I think I would have liked a little more if there wasn't a table, and they were just sitting on the floor, but this is awesome nonetheless! GMV!
WOW! I love your zombies. They're all so cool.
Ahahah! This one was already amazing, and you made it even better! Love this, Walz!! Also, I don't have a navy shirt yet - I hope this can be my first ;D GMV!
Re: I SEE LONDON, I SEE FRANCE, WAIT WHAT?
THIS IS A COLLAB WITH THE IMMENSELY TALENTED JEFF GUERRERO!
Re: Different Taste
super cute, love that he is wearing flip flops for some reason ^_^
GMV---the green works well.
Re: saved by the bun
Haha! The big-ass cell phone! +1
Re: Werewolf Astronaut
Nice job as always! The distressing on the moon really gives it great texture.
The moon landings weren't faked. They just needed to be re-recorded in a studio, so that the government could hide the fact there are werewolves.
Re: The Black Sheep
"Betsy has been acting stranger than usual lately..."
The wolf's expression is perfect. Perfect!
Brainz inn't all dey'z krakd up2bee.
Want so hard.
My love for Vonnegut knows no bounds. And Robbie, the same goes for your robots.
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