Tuesday, May 11, 2010

My MS Paint Art Show.

Yesterday I tweeted for ideas to use for a "blog art show," because I'm grasping for ideas on what to write.

I got two responses, which is two more than I expected, because God forbid y'all actually tweet back at me for anything.

Anyway, here you go!

The first one was done for Jeff over at Badly Drawn Monsters.

Don't ask me what kind of dinosaur that one on the right is. Near as I can tell, it's a wingless pterodactyl. 

The next one up is for Lauren over at (Mis)Adventures in Theatre, and it is my masterpiece for the day. 

That is my interpretation of the song Poker Face, by Lady Gaga. Yes I know my characters have an absence of hands. That is the surrealism in my work. 

Or something like that. 

Yeah, I get bored easy. I'll take requests for the next round though, you can just leave them in the comments. 

Y'all have a good Tuesday. 


  1. I've got one for you Travis! How about a scene from a zombie movie ... featuring characters from Sesame Street?

    Or maybe just a day in the life of toast?

  2. The fact that both your pictures include the theme 'poker,' disturbs me a little.

    Scratch that. I was disturbed before. So I guess that just means I'm the same.


  3. I actually laughed out loud with the first one. I'm not sure I want to know what that says about me.

    Didn't know you had paint skills too.

  4. Oh Lady Gaga . . . providing blog fodder since 2008 . . . LoL :) How about something to do with what would have happened if Nemo was never found in Disney's Finding Nemo?

  5. LMAO these are both pretty damn good! Love the Gaga one!

  6. LOL. Love it...but scary. Kids did all that right?

  7. Totally laughed out loud to the first one... You don't wanna know The Man and his friends' interpretation of Poker Face...

  8. The fact that both of your pictures mention poker makes me like you even more! I'm addicted to playing Texas Hold 'Em!

  9. We are extremely impressed with your MS Paint prowess. You may consider posting more witty, gritty, funny pictures at Paint Avant-Garde.


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