Saturday, June 6, 2020

"Hooman" (Hurr Durr)


Another exclusive posting for Ink & Snow readers, unavailable on any other social media platform. Yes I get many ideas while sitting in the outhouse, but more than half the time I never make it that far. Still good inspiration is to derived from short moments of insight and reflection.


Guess I need to now make specific panels for the other two seasons (summer = smoke/fall = rain). This is also another fine example of swapping out critters for humans - classic anthropomorphism never fails for material. Not necessarily quality material, mind you, but anyways.


I am reminded - a lot these days - of the Harlan Ellison's classic "Repent, Harlequin!" Cried the Ticktockman," specifically here in this instance the final lobotomized incantation of the lead character "mree mree." Herp Derp Hurr Durr Herp Derp Hurr Durr Herp Derp Hurr Durr Herp Derp Hurr Durr Herp Derp Hurr Durr

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