Thursday, August 24, 2006

Frogs with ties? OK.

I read the poem, but then, after seeing what's been posted I thought, "Froggy in a tie? Good enough for me!"

Notice the detail in the tie contrasting the sharpness of the... explaining art is fun!

9 comments:

Adrian Ropp said...

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.

Ken Chandler said...

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!

Blogerts said...

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.

Angel said...

I counld not resist this topic, sorry guys! Would you like to check out my froggie-went-a-courtin'? Here's my dedicated link: http://ouchart.blogspot.com/2006/08/froggie-went-courtin-or-shopping.html

S.T. Lewis said...

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.

Jedulous said...

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!

Angel said...

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.

Seth Hippen said...

Hey, I have this tie, too! I love this frog! He kinda feels like he belongs on a skateboard. Way cool.

Peter said...

My favorite part is the arms... and the rectangle face... and the eyes...