The big GOP debate is tonight in Cleveland, hosted by Fox News – although, Comedy Central would be more appropriate.
Well, it’s been quite a month here at Lake Effect Central – tons of outside distractions have kinda/sorta taken over for the time being -but alas, I can’t stay away for too long, so here we go with some more sketchbook silliness! I’m gonna try and get stuff up a bit more often, (as in, at least once a week) – in fact, I may just roll out some of the greeting card stuff I’ve done, some more children’s book illos and then we’ll get back to some cartoons, or maybe more sketchbook stuff – because, hey, that’s what I do!
So again, many apologies for the lack of new stuff over the last few, but I’ll be sticking around – just gotta get other projects outta the way first!
So, here we go – the “Lake Effect Year In Review”:
Apparently, many people go to the movies for all their social networking needs.
Headstone humor…I wonder if Venn was, in reality, cross-eyed?
The witch would’ve been better off seeing a dermatologist about the whole green skin thing.
Haven’t I read this stuff before? Like in a Penthouse magazine I found under Dad’s bed in 1973?
It’s amazing what greeting cards are able to do nowadays. Buy some. It keeps me working.
We all have goals. Mine is to see “Django Unchained’ at some point this week.
Zombies: trending down…
Ever have one of those days? Like, every day?
I liked “The Dark Knight” better.
I figured ‘Jack Russell’ sounded funnier than ‘Bichon Frise’.
I think a cool app would be one that turns every day into Friday. Or, better yet, eliminates Mondays.
The Americana music trend is now officially everywhere, including fashion. God help us, if the next trend is, say, 80’s techno…Kraftwerk, anyone?
Ah, Christmas! Finally! After all the shoppin’ and general overall craziness, we’re heading into the homestretch. Although, I actually prefer Christmas Eve to Christmas day – must be an anticipation thing.
Anyway, those of us here at Lake Effect (meaning – me, and my occasional editor, the ever-vivacious, Miss J) wanted to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and any other celebration you observe at this time of year.
It’s a pleasure working this blog and I appreciate every single ‘like’, comment and view that comes my way…it’s a blast, and the interaction with you guys is what this is all about – so, thank you – you’re the best!
And, with that, I’m going to go do some last-minute Christmas errands (because there’s always last minute Christmas errands, isn’t there?) and wish everyone the best during this holiday season and into the New Year!