Yes, I know the cleaver is missing from the second panel. I took it out because it looked like it was stuck in Radish's head. I think Radish's expression gets lost in his red online. Hmm
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Thursday, February 14, 2008
This is color version 3 with my own handwriting left in. You can click on the picture to enlarge if you can't read the conversation. I may have to start inking my originals before I scan them. This little lark is getting kind of time-consuming, but I'm having fun all the same.
My Mom wants to know who Broccoli represents. Let's just say work has been kind of stressful lately. Also, it's hard to pay attention during all-day meetings...or meetings in general.
There will be a less violent character soon...ish.
Monday, February 11, 2008
Saturday, February 2, 2008
It is innate behavior for cats to hunt, right? To chase the prey, whether it's a mouse or a yarn ball is preprogrammed. But what about the bed-making game? Every cat I have ever known plays the bed-making game. Strip the bed, and the cat will arrive within seconds to claim the mattress. Float the sheet above the bed and when it lands, there will be a feline-shaped lump or two under it. Where do cats get this urge? What purpose does it serve? Do other feline relatives have this innate behavior? If I invite a snow leopard into my bedroom, would the sheet float down on a snow leopard-shaped lump? (Assuming, of course, I wasn't already snow leopard dinner.) I ponder this every time I change the sheets and have to remove one or both of my cats repeatedly from the bed.