Topic #115: Cabin Fever
Notice the detail in the tie contrasting the sharpness of the... explaining art is fun!
This is by far one of the most unsettling pictures you've drawn, and the worst part is that I can't quite figure out why. All I know is that I will be buying this as a T-Shirt so people will leave me alone.Lovely detail on the tie, by the by.Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Uh-huh.
How did he tie that tie with those short flipper hands? A mystery! His staring pupiless dark eyes and expressionless mouth are the best! Adrian's right, he's a bit unsettling. Maybe that's what makes him so cool. Cool frog Joe!
I love the head design, which would make this a Canadian frog, right? I think the most disturbing thing is the fact that the little part of the tie is longer than the big part. Flippers make it hard I guess. Oh well, it's not easy being green.
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He seems part T-Rex to me - the little arms, the... green. I'm not sure that the T-Rex was green, but I do know they wore ties. This is perfect, Joe. He looks ready for courtin' to me.
I think if this thing showed up in my room at night, I'd scream, "Hey! You're wearing my tie!" I enjoy it. good simple, solid shapes!
I liked contrasting colors and the facial expression. However, someone must have dissected the poor guy's front legs at school and put a tie on him...How else did that tie got on his neck? Those paws look too short to put a tie on...The works of "the frog bully", I'm sure.
Hey, I have this tie, too! I love this frog! He kinda feels like he belongs on a skateboard. Way cool.
My favorite part is the arms... and the rectangle face... and the eyes...
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