I love Stimpy. What he lacks in IQ he makes up for in positivity. He is triumphantly displaying a nose goblin that he picked while sitting at his desk at work. The dry dusty air seems to make his bulbous blue nose produce nose goblins at an alarming rate. If he doesn’t keep them in check they will take over the world in short order. Boog patrol is his favorite duty. He sometimes imagines that he is a great hunter on a boog safari. He takes pride in his great courage and skill. Simpy picking a booger.
Animal Cartoon Illustration
Axolotls are happy salamander looking critters with tiny friendly eyes and a big smile. They are famous for having these large protruding pink gill stalks on the side of their head. They look like little kids floating and paddling around in the water having fun. They are called Mexican Walking Fish and they are endangered. They exist as an example of evolution by natural selection. they are a living link between fish and walking land animals. The Pokemon Mudkip is based on these cute little water monsters. This critter is named Brad. He hates most things but he gets sparkly pink fuzzy waves of joy when playing Pokémon Go.
This is a digital painting of Kat Krazy’s mascot. It is a teal cat with a ball cap, pink 80s jams shorts, sunscreen and a mean alcohol buzz. His tongue is hanging out of his puffy cartoony frowny lips. He is a Londoner who is a DJ and electronic composer with a cool mascot that I repainted for fun. Check out his Soundcloud here. This cartoon mascot is designed for an electronic music maker. It is a stylized cat mascot with x eyes. He is famous for making cool and intricate remixes of popular tunes. His best known work is here.
This is an illustration of a yellow doggy begging while balancing a treat on his nose. He is a good pupper. He has the discipline to wait for his owner to give him a command before he eats his doggy snack. He likes to think about fetching sticks, rummaging through the bushes in front of the house and dreaming of running through flowery meadows after kitty cats and squirrels to take his mind off of the treat. And when given the command he will gobble it up and crunch it with his back teeth. His mouth is watering thinking about his treat.
I love Bolt. It is an underrated Disney classic about coming to terms with reality as you grow up. Besides being a sobering take on my childhood and mid life for that matter- it is a great buddy travel movie. Nothing is more comfy than than falling to sleep while you travel across the US with animated buddies. It is even more comfy if it is a winter night and you have lots of blankets to keep you toasty and safe. Rhino is a hamster who watches too much TV and he experiences everything he knows about life through the lens of television and a clear plastic bubble that both protects him from the outside world and keeps him from escaping into the wild. I identify with his plight. What he lacks in talent and experience he makes up for with love and enthusiasm. The guy who played him is Disney story man Mark Walton. In Rhino he created probably the single greatest spoof on the turbo geek fanboy in movie history. Nothing is more entertaining than a person who is delusional, lovable and propelled through reality by geekery. Rhino hamster ball illustration.
This is an illustration of Stimpy with existential angst. He has felt the weight and anomie of modern life on his narrow shoulders and it is hard for him to breathe. Stimpy used to be a carefree clod with zero worries. Then reality caught up with him and he feels the gnawing pangs of adult cathood in the tightness in his chest. He worries that Ren will be forced to move on and he will have to pay his own property taxes, empty his own litter box and make his utility payments himself. He isn’t sure that he is up to the challenge of taking care of himself in an uncaring and hostile world. Note to self: don’t watch YouTube videos about newly diagnosed cancer patients before bed.
A cat is placed in a steel box along with a Geiger counter, a vial of poison, a hammer, and a radioactive substance. When the radioactive substance decays, the Geiger detects it and triggers the hammer to release the poison, which subsequently kills the cat. The radioactive decay is a random process, and there is no way to predict when it will happen. Physicists say the atom exists in a state known as a superposition—both decayed and not decayed at the same time.
Until the box is opened, an observer doesn’t know whether the cat is alive or dead—because the cat’s fate is intrinsically tied to whether or not the atom has decayed and the cat would, as Schrödinger put it, be “living and dead … in equal parts” until it is observed.
In other words, until the box was opened, the cat’s state is completely unknown and therefore, the cat is considered to be both alive and dead at the same time until it is observed.