Thursday, November 09, 2006

11:00 AM

...And so, the concept of roller skates took a back seat for a few million years.

I'd like to thank my daughter Kenzie for the background of this picture. What a lovely volcano! She says it errupts at 11:00, so I guess we know what time it was here.

Viva la Toon Club!

6 comments:

Adrian Ropp said...

Don't let the T Rex fool you. That's how usually kills his prey.

Great work, Seth and Kenzie! And I agree...

Viva la Toon Club!

S.T. Lewis said...

Loads of character in both faces, Seth. And I love Kenzie's "Old Faithful Volcano" too. If I was a caveman, I'd just sleep until the volcano went off at 11:00 each day. That's a good alarm clock. My favorite part of this picture is the folds around the T-Rex's arms and up into his neck and the cool shapes there. You're amazing, Seth. Nice work.

Ken Chandler said...

Awesome Seth! Love the characters, and the unfolding of the joke. Their expressions are priceless. They both appear to be concerned for each other-- which suggests to me a pet/owner senario. In my mind the caveman actually succeeds in catching the falling Rex, even though I'm sure that's not the joke. The idea of him catching this huge Rex makes me laugh.

I love McKenzie's volcano too. Nice eruption! Volcanos that don't erupt are boring. Her volcano is not boring!

Swanimator said...

I love it! Great drawing, Seth. The idea of a T-rex on rollerskates is hilarious. I suppose he strapped them on thinking it would give him a speed advantage over his prey.
Why didn't anybody think of this on the Land Before Time series?

Jedulous said...

great design on the dinosaur. sort of classic shape, but you're still sensitive to what their bones acutally look like. that's always a pet peve for me. very, very nice.

jed

Danielson said...

I love this drawing! I keep coming back to look at it. The angles on the characters, the poses, are amazing. The situation is tragic AND hilarious!!!