Tuesday, February 16, 2016

I Have a Friend . . .

A few things:
1.  I have a friend, who has a son named Parker.
Parker is 8 and he is a REALLY cool dude.
2. I believe in encouraging kids . . . people in general, to explore their creativity.
3.  Parker took inspiration from my cartoons (which is really cool) and drew his own (which is even cooler) !
Here it is. 
Hope you keep on drawing, Parker !

Friday, February 5, 2016

Is It Safe ?

I can't believe that it's been so long since my last cartoon/post.

This latest cartoon was a request from my boss.  So it's a work gig, 
BUT I think that it's inspired me to start drawing again.

I realize that there's a bunch of blank space, 
but the drawing was for a publication at work.  
I just dropped it into a REALLY?!? frame.

Comment below and let me know what you think...

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Seeing Eye-to-Eye???

Too often my son and I just can't seem to get on the same page.
I understand that this is just the nature of relationships between fathers and their teens all over the world.
It just drives me bonkers.
I love 'em to death, but I also understand why some animals eat their young ! 

Enjoy this latest cartoon

Monday, December 19, 2011

In the Christmas Spirit ! !

Here are two old Christmas cartoons.
Enjoy ! !

Here is a RE-post of an entry I put out last Christmas. Enjoy !
 "Recently a friend of mine (that knows I create the REALLY?!? series) asked if I did any serious painting/drawing aside from the comics. I quickly responded by saying "not really." And that is the truth...sorta.

You see, I'm not a trained artist. I've never considered myself to be truly talented. (Read my last post.) Don't get me wrong, I've painted "real" paintings. But, I've never thought that they were any good. My wife has even hung a couple of them up on the walls at home (kind of humiliating). But I've never painted "seriously".

At one point I played with the idea, but it didn't last long. It seemed like the only time I painted was when I was depressed. And all of my paintings were all dark and depressing. They were too "serious"...So I stopped.

Besides, I'm having FUN with REALLY?!?

Anyway, we've moved into a new house. This is the first Christmas in the new house, so my wife wants it decorated "pretty". So out came the Christmas decorations and I pulled out something I kind of forgot about...A life-sized Santa that I painted when we were first married. (That's him at the top of the post.)

When I saw Santa, memories flooded in. When Laura and I first got married, while on our honeymoon, I got laid-off from my job. Christmas came around during that "in-between-jobs" stage and we didn't have a whole lot of money...not for decorations at least. So I took out some old house paint and found a sheet of plywood....and voila, we had our yard decoration for Christmas.

He is a little worn-out...a little tattered and faded, but he is part of the family.


Friday, September 30, 2011

Re-post of Two of MY all-time Favs

Here is a re-post of TWO of MY all-time FAVORITE cartoons. 
Please note that one of them is CO-created with my super-smart-cool son, Austen. 
Thanks, Bubba.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Any Spare Change? NOT!

Once again, I have to go there.
I love my country.
I respect the office of President.
I just can't bring myself to appreciate the man in the position.
(NOTE:  If you leave comments, please keep them civil and clean.  Thanks!)

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Democrats Be Warned . . . No Apologies

This cartoon is one that I posted in March of last year.
I hope that you don't mind the re-post, but it is one of my favorites.
To any of my democrat friends out there . . . I make no apologies.  
It is what it is.
My style may have changed, but 
my sentiments are the same.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Everybody is a Fashion Critic

Do you know THAT guy at work that ALWAYS makes really, really bad choices in clothing?
Luckily my wife dresses me. . . or I would be THAT guy.
Enjoy this weeks cartoon.