In continuing this nifty little practice of creating Thunderkittens, I next tackled Panthro. Here’s what I came up with:
And here’s how he’ll look incorporated into the overall Thunderkitten spread…
Here’s the image with the Lion-O I previously made to give it all a sense of scale.
Now if you’re reading the writing on the wall, you already know that there’s more to come. Stay tuned!
Work is a necessary evil. If I could, I’d sit at home and make art all day long. In fact, that’s kind of a life goal for me. But I need money to live and that means having a job. Let me know if any of this sounds familiar to you.
As they say “in these troubled times” having a job is something to be thankful for. But like most other things, I tend to take stuff increasingly for granted with the passage of time. And so it becomes possible for me to find stagnation in what I do. In other words I’m sometimes less than excited to go to work.
So I’ve devised a way to spice things up for myself. Within the murky depths of my restless mind, a thought occurred to me that has set me on a new path. And that thought is, “What if I could bring my art to work?” Hmmm…
And so I began to make these Just Joel heads you’ve been scrolling through. A few days ago I sent these off to a company that’ll turn them into stickers (about the size of a quarter or smaller). When I get them back, I’ll place them onto the bills of those guests that’re the most interesting, fun and conversational. I’m curious to see if people will notice.
Maybe they won’t notice at all. Maybe they’ll just pay their bill and leave. Which is fine. But maybe they will notice. And if they say something about it I’m always happy to tell someone new about my online comic strip. Because hey… you never know who you’re talking to.
Either way work is sure to be more interesting now.