Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Manitoba Markers Month: Free, But at What Cost

Our first installment in our March special, on a topic requested by Sean Carney.

When I initially came up with the idea of doing a bunch of themed drawings for the month, it was to keep myself from resting on my laurels and to make sure that I would try something a little different. I think you'll agree with me when I say that the following definitely counts as 'different':

Ha ha ha ha, oh man, Free Press commenters. Bless your complete and perpetual collective lack of self-awareness!

It took longer to get that done than I'd originally intended, but I hope you find it enjoyable nonetheless. On to the next challenge! And I have a column due to be published in this week's Uptown Magazine, so whether or not I actually get any drawing done you guys are guaranteed to hear from me within a few days because I am shameless and self-congratulatory. Hey, if it's good enough for second-wave Daffy Duck, it's good enough for me!


Sean said...

Excellent job! I couldn't have done better myself.

You, sir, are an artiste.

Anonymous said...

That was funny. I'd probably have one of them guzzling booze from a flask while typing one-handed, but nonetheless, you captured the essence well.

C. Beresford Tipton said...

I'm pretty sure those commentators (comrades in stupidity with eBrandon.ca commentators, BTW) have at least one mullet.

Awesome cartoon. It shows Winnipeg Cat was no one-off!

H said...

Sometimes the second last panel with the crazy eyed-dude and the "shaek" comes to my head and I start laughing to myself.

Anonymous said...

I like the cartoons. Great stuff.