Saturday, June 26, 2010

Leftover Treats

In my insatiable search for illustrations for my posts, I often find images that I'm dying to share but haven't yet found room in a particular post for.

Here are some of these magnificent treasures that speak more than words could say...
UNDERWEAR GOD: "I better go arrest that lady for indecent exposure! I don't care if she is the first girl the Lord made. I'M the new God around here!"You can imagine your own captions for the rest of these, I'll bet.
"How about you 'n I ..you know..sneak into the jungle...and...""MMmm.. that sounds heavenly..""Let's get Elton to write us a nice song to celebrate our precious joys to.."P.S. Don't forget to watch the fights tonight! See below...

25 comments:

RooniMan said...

Superman: Time to stretch my legs for action! (Hope you got my good side!)

Naked woman: I too pretty to wear clothing, thats why my hair is barely covering up the no-no areas.

Retarded horse: *completely clueless*

Butt-ugly fox girl: I use poo for my manicures. It makes my face look absolutly dreadful!

Ghostbusters: Hey, didn't we notice we're floating in white space space doing nothing?

Naked baby mastero: "Come on, Naked Babies Band! Play so people will take us seriously!"

Gay lovers: "Can't we do it now?"
"No."

Sleepy Aussie: "Sir, it appears that your license says your a grade 'C' druggie"

Gay-promonade: "Coming through! The Gay Parade is here!"

Hamronial said...

To be fair, that Tarzan movie had its music done by Phil Collins. No better way to illustrate the manliest character to ever come from our culture's literature than with "testosterone pumping" songs like "You'll be in My Heart."

Phil Collins is a thousand times wussier than Elton John.

mr paal said...

Amazing! That made my day :) I'm certain that was the superman Nietzsche was talking about. In your quest for manliness have you come across Kehinde Wiley? He paints some amazing & super macho pictures of African football stars in all their peacock glory...

kehinde wiley

Jack G. said...

So is that gal trying to save money on clothing by growing her hair down to her ankles?

HemlockMan said...

Superman says: "I got yer leftover treats right here!"

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K. Nacht said...

Sheesh, I'm gettin' tired of looking at this shit alla time on yer site, old man. It's beginning to feel like Lenny Bruce's act when all he did was read transcripts from the appellate court during the various suits against him for obscenity. Of course to the ennui of his audience.

But I think of you fondly, always.

JohnK said...

Jesus, I'm supposed to work hard for you every day?

Cristian AvendaƱo said...

Hey John, did you ever commented anything about the old Fleischer Superman shorts? I think those were very awesome, easily some of the best animated superhero action I've ever seen (and the most fun I've had with Superman outside of the crazy comicbooks of the 60's).

And holy crap that's the exact same horse that shows up in Tangled. So Disney now steals from Dreamworks?

Chip Butty said...

Sometimes I think you exaggerate the amount of gay subtext in modern animation but holy crap if that horse doesn't look like a giant phallus.

Tony W. said...

"And holy crap that's the exact same horse that shows up in Tangled. So Disney now steals from Dreamworks?"

It may have all started here.

-jjmm- said...

*Phil Collins, in fact

Roberto Severino said...

Hey John, I replied to your comment on my blog. Check it out.

By the way, I can't see my comment that I submitted on this post earlier today. Did you reject it?

JohnK said...

What's your email?

I won't publish it.

C said...

Hey, that is the same horse! Prince Philip won't be pleased to learn that people keep stealing his horse. He should beat them up. I'd watch that.

And yeah, Elton John, I wish. The grating songs of Phil Collins were what made me have a hard time watching that film.

kurtwil said...

At least the Fleischer SuperMan didn't get neutered like the poor Ruby-Spears whoever-it-is here!

MM-TNA's satire on bad animation did a much more thorough job on its victims, though.

kurtwil said...

SparkyMK3, I don't know if this blog encourages technical discussions of current animation tools, but if this post is ok:

If you pursue Animation magazine and a few other trade publications, you'll find computer software ranging from $50 to $15000 that can colorize, organize, and synchronize whatever you draw. Think of them as "electronic pencils". ;-)

But...bear in mind you still have to be an __artist__ when using these tools, which often have trouble handling the subtleties of graphite and paper. Still, they'll prevent what happened to Frederic Back: the fumes of his painterly frosted cels for L'Homme qui plantait des arbres (The Man Who Planted Trees) almost blinded him.

thomas said...

This is tragic...

besides the drawings...

Fedor....

speechless.

Shawn Dickinson said...

hahaha!

I love how artists' portrayal of the beginning of time always makes the Earth look like it was Hell.

K. Nacht said...

Lord loves a workin' man.

K. Nacht said...

I guess I'm only as good as my last donation.

JohnK said...

Hey Manuel
your email didn't work..

Miserable Dreamer said...

Oh, man, you posted a piece of Real Ghostbusters art. The chisel with which you carve away at bad art has finally begun to scrape against my childhood.

What's the deal with the blonde guy with the dark eyebrows? And why do they both look so much like that horse?

Zoran Taylor said...

"Phil Collins is a thousand times wussier than Elton John."

You wouldn't always have been necessarily right on that......but you are now. Very, very much so. That's why I'm still waiting for Peter Gabriel to show up and kick some ass. Or better yet, how about a cartoon with Randy Newman music...but, like ACTUAL Randy Newman music? I mean, "Rednecks"? You almost can't NOT see some kind of Bakshi-meets-Don Martin cartoon in your head when you hear that. Or at least I can't.

Mellow Jellow said...

it'd be awkward if superman had to pluck his wedgie...