Our friend, ohsnowitisnt requested, “Draw a bear with hair sharing a pear with a hare and a mare in a lair, and maybe, if you dare, a pair of chairs.”
I give you that… more or less.
William - February 9, 2010
Today’s post is a special thank you to Ann Taylor’s On Tumblr for linking our post yesterday… and since it’s Jules Verne’s birthday… I give you Jules Verne in Ann Taylor.
William - February 8, 2011
Our dear friend rmhardin requested, “Anything with a monocle”
I give you a pear with a monocle… I may have taken anything too far. Apologies, friend
William - February 7, 2010
blahblahshaw requested, “The alternate ending to Free Willy. Where he’s not so free, anymore…”
I give you Not So Free Willy… poor bastard
William - February 4, 2011
This OLL is in solidarity with the Washington City Paper, whom a Very Bad Man is suing! http://mirror.washingtoncitypaper.com/articles/40063/the-cranky-redskins-fans-guide-to-dan-snyder.html
-Tyler, February 4, 2011
Our dear friend Kate-Emilyy (http://kate-emilyy.tumblr.com/) requested, “Russel Hand (like Russel Brand but it’s a hand) x”
I give you this truly crappy Russell Hand.
William - February 3, 2011
blahblahshaw asked: I just wanted to let you guys know that your presence on my Dash is greatly missed.
Come back to us when you're ready.
- The world
Dear Blahblahshaw and the rest of our dear friends, you have inspired us to return in full force! We are soliciting suggestions for things to draw! Reply to this post, and if we draw it, we’ll promote your blog :)
Sorry for our disappearance!
-William and Tyler
I wanted to illustrate something random from one of you, today. I found this lovely start to a lovely little story on a follower’s blog. I thought I’d illustrate it. To said follower, and to the people of Veggie Tales, I’m sorry.
William - January 04, 2010
Once there was a cat, a sly little humdinger of a cat, who liked to eat cucumbers with vinegar and salt.
In the darkest part of the night, he’d sneek into old grannies’ gardens with his bottle of vinegar and his salt shaker. You see, everyone knows that grannies are never awake at the darkest part of the night, but the cat knew that cucumbers are always crispiest and sweetest at night when they think they’re safe from getting picked.
So, the cat would sneak in, pick a cuke, and slice it up with his claws. Then he’d shake some vinegar, and a little salt and eat those cukes right up.
To be continued…