Illustrator, cartoonist, animator, and designer. May this site always fill you with frivolous joy.
I love his comb-over! Very nice character! Enjoyed your blog too! Especially your farmhouse!
Ryan, the comb over is quite hilarious. Just how many pounds of pound cake are in those suitcases?!
great charectrs, your monkey friend such a cute!.Love your painting.
Look at him in that overcoat...too funny....GREAT illustration.
How wonderful! This made me smile and I will continue to smile each time I think of what is in those suitcases.Asian Elephants are often decorated with headbands and body paint on holidays. There are also elaborate paintings done on the forehead of the elephants for coronation events and parades.
groovy elephant Ryan - and especially creative you didn't give him a "dumbo" name. :-) I wonder if he has any jars of peanut butter in those valises?
Thank you all for your comments, it's nice to hear from you folks.Jo, Mrs. Smellman's pound cake is notorious for being so dense as to have a discernable gravitational pull. Making it harder to resist you see.Kari, this particular batch of pound cake was the secret peanut butter pound cake recipe handed down from generation to generation in the Smellman family.
Cute concept and beautiful illustration. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog too!
MMMmmm...pound cake!Really great elephant and so well dressed!Thanks for stopping by the blog. Yep...used colored pencil.
he's tremendous, ryan!! very cute, i love his suitcases!!a : )
you make charectrs good RYAN nice illustrator.
Very nice illustration. great drawing!
what a nice style, congrats man
Poor Robert, he expression on his face....makes me want to run over and help with his bags. OK and maybe try some poundcake. :-)Thanx for stopping by my blog!
Wow, that's a lot of pound cake! He looks like he knows what to do with it though.I really love your style.Oh and thanks for stopping by my blog, your nice comments and a chance to find your great work.
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