It's about standing out.
Sounds like wise advice, Tony! I love your illustration...it tells it all! The bump on his head is a great detail.
Actually, it works half the time. She just glares back and doesn't say a word, debating a verbal reprise or physical retribution. During that time she is mute.The other half of the time she just fakes a grin and keeps going.:-)
I've tried it a bunch of times with my husband, and it doesn't work on guys either. LOVE this it is SOOOO funny.
Very funny and probably not a good marriage move!
Funny illo !
oh ho ho. no you didn't! omgwtfroflmao.lolololololololol EL OH EL
That is just WAY too funny!!!!
hahahaa! that is so funny! :D great work! enjoyed it :)
This is really funny!I enjoyed your other Illustration Fridays too. Another cool blog to add to my list!
HA HA AH Tony, nice and funny!Great idea and good work!
hahahahahahahaha..Really lol!!!! Hi im from Amsterdam,.My dad does that to my mum!!! :-)))I think despite that it is a bit mean,that it is so funny ..Childish yes,but so funny...;-)
Lol. What if you turn to your wife and input the numbers to the discovery channel? Would she be stuck in the jungle lol? That is a funny image! nice job and thanks for the comment.
Hehehhh... Next time try to red button. it is going to turn off her. :)
thanks for the comment on "neptune"...The marriage lesson n.147, sounds usefull:)
very good! ya cheeky monkey!
This is a good one TonyI'm afraid mute would not work on me either.
Will they kiss and make up before the night is over? There is a remote chance, maybe... hehe!Goooood one!!!!
Ahaha.Shall I lend my remote control?
What? I have fallen and I can't get up, darling would you pass the remote (I have all ready heard that one) LOLYes, I think my husband tried that mute thing on me, did not work. Nice stuff.
he he...someone'll be sleeping on the couch for a while ;D most amusing...cheers,kerry
good one...the colours are spot on!
ahahahahahahaha! nice one!
This was hilarious!!!! I kept thinking - I would have added a couple of lumps on my hubby's head too!!!!!!! You should do a series of these lessons. Love It!!!!
*LOL* I've tried to mute my husband, also with no success! *G*
:D Looks like someone learned an important lesson the hard way.
Definitely good advice! Funny ill. ;)
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hilarious!!! he must be a newlywed, otherwise he would have known the consequences of something like that. cute idea! thanks for the comments on my blog! i love newcomers!!
Haha, this is really funny! I love it! Well, I think my husband would love to try this remote thingy on me.... :(
Definitely not smart--great(funny) take on the topic!
Definitely a man experiencing the sense of isolation that goes with "Remote." Good use of dark and light colours, and thought-out composition (I enjoyed the empty space in the scrolldown). Was this done as a vector illo and converted to pixels?
i laughed my butt off man. i don't know if your character was bold or suffering from temporary insanity.
Hi Tony, thanks for visiting. I agree you should do a series of these, I found this really funny and nicely illustrated too.
Thanks for the kind and encouraging words. I will indeed think about putting a series of these together though I wish I had not started with such a high number.I drew this cartoon completely in Flash MX using Wacom tablet and saved it as a jpg. I think for natural drawing in a vector tool, Flash cannot be beat.
Fun illustration!! Love it!
Yeah!!! This is so cool and funny. :-) Love it.
My husband only ever tried it once.
Hahahaah. That's really really funny!
Didn't some other company buy Flash recently? I hope it's going to keep going as it is - a lot of people swear by it!
Ian,Adobe (the makers of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat) bought Macromedia (Flash, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Freehand). The main reason given for the purchase by Adobe was so they could integrate the PDF format of Acrobat with the SWF format of Flash. Both products' players have an incredibly high penetration on computers (somewhere around 98%)but neither product played well with the other. Now you have the combination of the two major players in the graphic/web design field becoming one company. I don't see how limiting the competition through a merger can possibly be good for the consumer. Of course, no-one asked me.
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