Webcomic: I’m Flying!

Webcomic-Illustration Friday: Flying

Cartoon of injured boy. He says to another, “I learned even if it feels like you’re flying, it isn’t worth it to jump off a swing in mid air.”

Yes, I tried this a few times as a child. The swing is an unforgiving master. I got smacked in the back a few time. But I didn’t get any broken bones. I have no idea how I escaped that fate!

I drew this comic for Illustration Friday. This week’s word is “Flying.”

I drew this in Adobe Illustrator CS2

Germs’ Rights

Cartoon of a germ and a boy. The germ says, “Don’t be a germaphobe, kid. What did we ever do to you?… I mean, besides that illness thing?”
I drew this comic for Illustration Friday. This week’s word is “germs.” How appropriate for a season in our lives where Swine Flu and hand sanitizers rule the day. Be sure to sneeze on your sleeve, please. Ignore those germ protests. They may have strength in numbers, but we have flu shots and Tamilflu
I drew this in Adobe Illustrator CS2

Romantic Patterns

Cartoon of a boy and dad with flowers. Boy says, “Last night, you two argued. Today, you come home with flowers. I detect a pattern.”

Handy tip, guys. Flowers do the trick. And if you ever think it’s better to be right than have peace, you’ll want to dig a trench because it will be a long, cold war.
I drew this for Illustration Friday. This week’s word is “Pattern.”

Cartoon: Infinite ways

Cartoon of two boys walking. One says, “Today at school, I discovered there are an infinite number of ways to annoy a girl.”

Yes, there are an infinite number of ways to annoy people, I’m going to try and find the infinite number of ways to be a blessing today.

This also works for Illustration Friday. This week’s word is “infinite.”

I drew this in Adobe Illustrator CS2

Cartoon: parenting butterflies

Cartoon of caterpillar child to parent butterfly. Caterpillar says, “Nag, nag, nag! I can’t wait until I get a chrysalis of my own.”

Insects must have it easy. Even though their parenting skills are nonexistent, they don’t have to deal with a generation gap.
Then again, they don’t know the joys of parenting either. I guess it’s about how much you invest. Go ahead and give your time. Sooner or later, that caterpillar will emerge as a stunning butterfly.