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Missing Fridge

oh150113The only piece of my artwork in our entire house (not my studio) is on the fridge.

bobthedog

That’s Bob the Dog from Committed. Looks a little grimy.

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The One Where I’m Not Sure What I Was Trying To Say

This is a repurposed Committed cartoon. Committed’s core audience was working moms, so I spent a lot of time promoting the idea that dad’s are basically useless. That’s a polite way of saying I was sucking up to the moms. I don’t really believe all dad’s are useless or that all mom’s are saints, so I’m not really sure what I was trying to say with today’s cartoon.  If any moms or dads or golden retrievers out there were offended, I apologize.

 

 

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Limabeanasproutaphobia

I like this Committed cartoon I did from 2002.   The perspectives’ a little weird, but overall it’s not too badly drawn.  I like Liz with her mouth just open.  Less is more.

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The Racoon Who Wasn’t There

Over the Hedge

This is another re-purposed Committed.

Is it possible to rip off yourself?

Talk among yourselves.

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What Keeps Moms Awake at Night

Committed

A Committed from 2001 that I’ve completely forgotten about.  Nice drawing of Joe being startled awake.  You may have to click on this and read the larger version on comics.com.

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Hamexander the Great

Over the Hedge

Stuff that made me smile this morning:

1.  Email spam from John Cleese promoting his one man show UK tour dates.  He suggests I might want to make sure he’s still alive before buying tickets.

2. Reading that Steve Jobs’ demonstration of the new iPhoneG4 was interrupted when he couldn’t get a wi-fi signal because of all the live-tweeter/bloggers hogging bandwidth.

3. And this old Committed cartoon from 1997:
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Snappin’ Synapses

Committed

Saw this in my email subscription from comics.com and thought it was funny.   I drew this 13 years ago.   I like the art a lot.  So many of my cartoons back then look labored, but this one looks fresh.   The wacky borders were an experiment for a year or so to distinguish the panel on the comics page.  The problem was that when it was shot down to the size of nano-nit, it just looked like a muddy mess.

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