If you like rabbits, children's books, and rough sketches, then this post is for you. As part the illustration course that I'm taking we were given the text for a story called Bob the rabbit, and were asked to create illustrations. Here's mine. They're pretty awesome.
Maybe someday I'll have a deep and meaningful conversation with my barber, or, at the very least, a shallow and meaningless conversation.
Anyway, enough about that and more about my hair. I'm about a quarter of the way to growing my hair long. I've always wanted to have long hair at least once in my life, but every time that I started growing it I would chicken out as soon as it got to that awkward phase. Not this time. Nope. I have powered through, and so far my hair looks awesome. Months from now I will long flowing locks like my hero Fabio, and I will wave my head around in slow motion every chance I get.
I found out it was International 'Talk like a Pirate' Day a few days ago, so I hastily threw together this mediocre pirate cartoon. I actually kind of like how the pirate turned out, but what I should have done instead was simply drawn a tiger with a sign that says 'aaargh'. I guess I'll save that one for next year.
Here is the latest addition to the Land of le Beef line-up of super awesome cartoons. I know what you're thinking, "super awesome is a bit of an understatement". You're absolutely right, but I just spent spent the last three hours searching for a better description for this cartoon, and it turns out that 'super awesome' is the single greatest accolade that exists in the english language. The Russians have a word that slightly exceeds 'super awesome', but unfortunately I can't type it because my keyboard doesn't have a button that looks like an upside-down 'h', or a backwards 3 making love to a question mark. So hence, 'super awesome' will have to do.