All it takes is one incorrect letter and- BAM!- St. Patrick’s Day just got creepy.
Archive for the ‘humor’ Category
At first, Ol’ Luke was suspicious of the butterfly that had so quickly and willingly come to rest on his outstretched finger. But then he chided himself for his irrational paranoia, and decided to just take pleasure in the simple things of life.
Three days later, Luke discovered that the butterfly had stolen his identity and wiped out all his bank accounts. It was then that he learned a valuable lesson: Always trust your gut instincts.
And NEVER trust an overly-friendly butterfly.
Aloof doodles can be sooooo uppity sometimes.
I’ve been too busy to scan, but not too busy to doodle (NEVER!), so I’ve got a huge backlog of doodles lying around on envelopes, napkins, random scraps of paper, etc. This is just a tiny sampling of the cranial miscellanea that has spilled out of my pen onto paper of late.
Hope you like them, because they like you. Especially that guy at the bottom. He likes you whole bunches. Whole big, sweaty bunches. His name is Dreyfus, and he’s seriously contemplating having your name tattooed across his forehead.
This happy, bouncy guy (minus the watermark, of course) is available on apparel and stationery through my new Cafepress shop. Let the tacky Christmas shirt wearing commence!!!!
These are the first three in a fun little collection of illustrations I’m doing for a web-exclusive series on the In Touch website. All quick, loose, and washy; they’re a blast to work on.
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Another batch of contributing writer portraits are in the works for the November/December 2015 issue of In Touch magazine. Here’s the first.
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