Looking back on your cartoons and taking in each individual makes me appreciate them all the more. They really are so good! You must do something with this talent of yours.
I know I’m no one special in the art world, so I don’t know how much my opinion actually means when I say I can’t get over how perfect each individual, each expression is. They’re the kind of hilarious where you can’t even laugh sometimes it’s so deep, you know that funny? I get that with Calvin and Hobbes, my favourite of all time.
These are really good, Friar, and your rate of improvement is phenomenal. Now, what are your options?
I learned a new word today — Schussing. Thought it was another of your made-up words until I Googled it. What’s interesting about these cartoons; there is so much colour, action, fun and craziness, yet I go all still, deep and quiet-like in appreciate of your talent 🙂
This reminds me of Doodle Art. And I learned something else new today just from this post. Doodle Art was created right here in Vancouver in Gastown in 1972. Cool. http://www.doodleart.ca/history.htm
Hi Friar’s mom,
Here you go, we usually misspell it! There are places in Oz named after Strzelecki as well.
“Polish-born explorer Paul Edmund de Strzelecki, was the first in Australia to climb Mt Kosciuszko. On 15 March 1840, Strzelecki climbed Australia’s highest mainland mountain and named it after a Polish Patriot, Tadeusz Kosciuszko.
The Kosciuszko National Park, in turn, is named after this mountain.”
Thanks for the info. I try to learn something new each day. Today I learned four new things (1) a Polish climber named Strzelecki; (2)naming of Mount Kosciuszko; (3) Australia’s highest mainland mountain; (4)a National Park in Austrlia.
Just curious, how come you know so much about Australia? Do you also have Australian ancestry.