Thursday, March 31, 2011

Inspired by a beloved story

I don't believe in bittersweet endings and good morals.
I believe in murderous trees.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Monday, March 28, 2011

Friday, March 25, 2011

DJ play that song one more time

I got a request for a "peeeeeeeeeeeeekchuuuuuuuuuuure" from a friend. Since I don't really have time to make two today, you all get to see it. As fond as I am of saying blorp, this friend is partial to the word "womp." This is what I think of.
If I were that small, I would not go up against a mole-type-creature of that size....

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Power is YOURS

Unfortunately between sickness and work, I've been a little preoccupied to mess around on Paint (I know, I'm sad too). For your enjoyment, however, I uploaded some doodles I did during a particularly boring meeting today. Maybe next time I'll upload some doodles from class.
Stupid dog, I HATE running.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

I think I'm craving cheese...

Cheese is so delicious.

I don't think I'm going to propose to it any time soon, but damn it's delicious.

Also,


Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Dreaming and Wishing

I had a relatively amusing dream last night. I went on a date with this guy (very random dream choice, a friend of a friend). We were waiting for a bus in Baltimore to go to the museum (the location was a very specific place near the BMA...) and he had brought along his laptop. He blogged as we sat there, and relied on me to edit his work, though his sentences made little sense. When we got on the bus, he would not sit next to me. I had texted our mutual friend to be like "Uh, what's his deal?" only to find he was texting her as well saying how hard he was trying and I wasn't interested.

Anyway, that in itself was relatively mundane, but the best, most memorable part of the dream was his outfit. So I have recreated it for you.

Full orange, head to toe. Giant pants and tshirt, and a tie to boot. It was ridiculous (and awesome?).

In other news, my gmail theme is "tree" or something, which mimics your local weather. While it is rainy out, gmail seems to think it is snowing. It makes me miss the snow, I much prefer it to rain.


I guess the winter season is mostly behind us (though New England weather might prove me wrong). Until next year, snow. I'll be waiting.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

I took this from Futurama

Which is a fun show. Well, I drew a shark first, then it made me think of this quote.

"There are two kinds of people: sheep and sharks..."

"...Anyone who is a sheep is fired. Who's a sheep?"

"Uh excuse me? Which is the one people like to hug?"


"Gutsy question, you're a shark. Sharks are winners and they don't look back 'cause they don't have necks. Necks are for sheep. "

Monday, March 14, 2011

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This has made me hungry, even though I don't really like pie...
Run little guy, run!

Friday, March 11, 2011

Of Crayons and Dinosaurs

So I found a drawing I did a while ago that I was particularly proud of. I believe I was talking to a friend about starting a music group, as I kept calling her an emo emu, so we started coming up with other alliterative animals that could join the imaginary band. I came up with this

I like how he's groovin' to an old school tape player. Rappin raptor is stuck in the 80's. Anyway, I decided to draw another dinosaur, which I must admit, did not turn out as incredible as R.R.


Rather than continue my Jurassic attempts, my mind wandered (after adding me with a pencil) and began thinking of the kid's book Harold and the Purple Crayon. We had a video of the story, and it used to scare me. You know, when he can't find his way home? It always seemed unsatisfactory that he had to draw his room at the end...

Anyway, if I had a purple crayon that made things come to life, I think I'd draw a bunch of cats. Granted, I would have to deal with the fact that they, too, would be misshapen and probably pissed about it, but angry cats are easier to deal with than angry dinosaurs...


Just don't tell Spartacus about my purple cat plan.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Things dancing... that should not be dancing

Title is self explanatory.

If you look past why I made the food dancing... I'm also not sure why I put a disguise on the egg. Maybe he's in witness protection.


I'd like to dance with the middle flower. He looks bad ass.


Definitely in the category of things that should not be dancing. I'm also not sure where that hair came from. Maybe it's my dancin' wig.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

It sucks when you have to work at work...

Super busy today, so I leave you with one thought:

If given this delectable opportunity, I am sure this would occur:

But man it would be good.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Redemption

I felt kind of bad for my earlier post with a raccoon. I mean, out of context, they can be kind of cute. See?

(picture from http://raccoon-x.com/ )

Granted, it comes from a site detailing how to get rid of raccoons... but still. Anyway, here is another picture, sans the evil demeanor.

This raccoon is not to be confused with Raccoon, my friend's cat, who I hear is pretty awesome. In general she seems to be a fat, old, mildly grumpy cat that loafs around long island. Cool, right?


She needs a theme song. Racccooooon, Racccooooon, meeting you makes me swoooooon...
Ok, maybe not.


Me too little guy, me too.


Monday, March 7, 2011

You have awoken the windfish, THIEF

My original thought today was to draw a frog. Finding that rather boring, it made me think of a rather unique line taken from a video game. Really, it's only amusing when taken out of context, and I'm probably the only one who finds it funny, but here you go.

Now, in context, there's a village being attacked by the "light frog" which is so bright, or something, it starts fires. You get this line once you defeat them. Still, I like it. Ridiculous video game lines got me thinking of a better known line (that other people actually find funny). I think it's a translation mishap, where in the Japanese said something relatively insulting, and the English version tried to censor it... poorly.


I'm not quite sure what makes someone "spoony," but in this case he had run off with the old guy's daughter. I added a spoon to his hand for good measure. I think the best part of this game was playing it with my sister and thinking of awesome names for the characters. Unfortunately, I can't remember the names we thought up for these two (which the game named Tellah and Edward--LAME), but I do remember we named the martial arts guy "Tae Bo." Yeah, we were cool.

Additionally, the title of this post comes from an old game that sister and I used to play on those old school brick sized gameboys. You could steal stuff from the shop, which was handy so you didn't have to go tediously farming for money, but as a consequence, everyone for the rest of the game would refer to you as THIEF. At the "meaningful" ending parts, it could get pretty amusing.

Enough dorky chatter for now.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Ooo, a piece of candy!

My mind is elsewhere today, so thank you Snickers Wellington for giving me a drawing topic today. Happy birthday to you.


Apparently he sneezes when he gets excited, which is pretty darn cute... I just wont bring him a new bone when he has a cold....

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Excuse me, there is evil on your face...

So I'm not really a fan of beards. This happens to be my rant today because while getting lunch, I had two experiences with bearded fellows that were unpleasant.

First, an unattractive beard which was on a man who could possibly be a decent human being. The beard though? Ugh! I just wanted to run up to him with scissors.

Really, not only did it accentuate his greys, but also stayed mysteriously upright while protruding from his chin all scraggly like. Ick.

Man number two, his beard was not necessarily ridiculously offensive (besides, you know, being a beard) but he was a total jackass rendering him (and his beard) worthy of my very annoyed look. Also, I get annoyed at professors.


Anyway, the combo of man and beard deserved a good kick in the bum. Is it the man, PhD, or the beard that causes this phenomenon?

Now, this doesn't exempt females, even though they're beardless (for the most part). They can annoy me too. Take, for example, on the walk to lunch, the ditsy girl blocking the sidewalk.

Really, I think it's the invisible beard that did it.

Anyway, not to totally be taken over today by my pal the Grumpus, here is something to cheer you up.


Monocle+Top Hat+Turtle+Mustard?

You do the math.




(answer: equals AWESOME)

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

How have YOU been feeling?

Sorry I've been absent for a couple days. I've been kind of incapacitated at home. Now, because I was out, I am swamped with work. Instead of whining, I figured I would provide you with an awesomely detailed and well thought out picture of how I feel right about now.

Please note the poo colored aura and crazy eyes. Those are especially accurate. At least psychotic me has pretty bitchin' hair?

Fine, here's a unicorn.



Ooooh, oops, crazy me ended up in there too. Whatever, that unicorn's a jerk. I bet he eats children.