A collection of doodles with a bit of commentary by RICK GREEN - your cartooning friend

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Trying to Remember

To tell you the truth I really didn't want to post this one, because it's nothing that I'm too particularly fond of. I don't know why. Maybe it's because the one arm is why out of proportion.

I posted it because I'm waiting on a check for a caricature to arrive, and I'm in the middle of another one. Plus it's a busy time for me and I haven't had the chance to do any serious doodling. So my available stash of doodles is running low.

This guy looks like he's trying to remember something. Maybe he forgot where he's parked his car. That ever happen to you?

Anyways, here's another doodle for your viewing pleasure.

Also, it would seem that Kelly's presentation of the Sisterhood Award to me was well like by just about everyone of you. I'm still trying to figure out if it's a complement or not. Even my feminine inside is saying, "What the hey?" So, let's just keep that little bit of blogging history between us girls Urr, I mean guys. I meant GUYS!! OK?


Erika Jean said...

It kind of looks like he is being accused of something, is guilty as heck and is like "who me?" gulp.

It alos looks like maybe he is thinking about trying purging.

I guess it all depends on how you look at it.

None the less, another FABULOUS doodle!!!

Christy said...

Maybe he's pointing to a zit on his face, and very disturbed about it. It's kinda cute. I like it. :)

Alice said...

well i can see what the problem is right away - i can't find the little egg man dude. is he there?

and your sisterhood award is awesome! take it like a man :O)!

Rick said...

To Alice: Sorry Alice, I think that you're right. He is egg-less. I've been off my mark lately. And so close to Easter too.

Brenda said...

Yes ma'am.

Reddirt Woman said...

Well, honey, don't you do that to Eggy again, girl. His feelings get hurt.


Chris H said...

"forgot something"... yep... eggy! Pfffft... sister you are slipping.

Leora said...

Love your drawings! Thanks for the note on my blog. My husband heard a study that people concentrate better when doodling. We told the teachers at parent-teacher conferences. One agreed, and the other asked if my son could please not doodle on his assignments.

I like to doodle on the same drawing as my daughter and make it a family picture.