UPDATE: Unfortunately, I’ve had to cancel, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go.
That’s right, it’s me, cheating death by wearing an extra large shirt with buckles. This Saturday at 2:00 at Comix Connection in Mechanicsburg PA. Don’t miss it.
I’ve probably posted these before. Here’s some drawings that live on our fridge: sketches of the family, and of a marching band. My son is a huge marching band fan (we will watch them practice at our local college, and a football game is called a “marching band concert”). I drew this with him telling me what instruments to include, and that the conductor should be on a ladder (that’s actually what they use).
I did this tray puzzle pre-fatherhood and just broke it out for My preschooler. It has two illustrations – color for the pieces, and black and white for the tray. Some elements are in the same place – sand, horizon, lifeguard chair – but the people are doing different things (which you can’t see here).
This seems a bit off-topic, but I’ve been thinking a lot about MAD Magazine lately so…
Every once in a while an ad will surface on ye ol’ net – it’ll be odd or outlandish, and most often it’ll be fake. (Right now there’s one for Grey Poupon making the rounds.)
I saw saw this one on TV about ten years ago, and if it hadn’t been in the midst of a block of ads somewhere on basic cable, I would’ve sworn it was a parody.