Monday, January 20, 2014

Gym culture

A ridiculous amount of work for a joke that occurred to me while talking to my son but it was worth it.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Like, wow, dude-a-saur

A possible forerunner to the penguin and the dodo, the dinosaur known as the Flying Avocado was a plant eater, consuming copious amounts of a single psychoactive plant, it would then shush sideways down the slopes of it's native habitat in search of baked corn puffs, humming strange tunes to itself.

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Look! Up on the hill! It's a bird! It's a plane!

No, and it's still not a rabbit either.  But it is silly so this is where it goes...

Contrary to accepted science, available evidence and plain common sense, some dinosaurs did persist into the ice age.  Adapting in many remarkable ways.  One such survivor and quite possibly, ancestor of the peregrine falcon, is the Downhill Dragon.  Pushing off with it's elongated claws, it pursued prey in a headlong dive, bombing the mountain until the chase ended, either in the thrill of victory...or the agony of defeat.

[Been sick the past couple of days...again.  Dunno what's up with that.  But i'm still working on the King of the Cockroaches.  Gotta new entry waiting for an illustration.  In the mean time, beware thoughts that come in the night.  Like Sochi inspired dinosaurs?  And there i thought my fever dreams were weird.]