Illustration Friday: Cars
When I was young, and my heart was an open book, my friends and I used to draw tank-cars. This one looks like it would be fun to drive.
Joe & I saw Shrek the Third yesterday. It wasn't as good as 1 & 2, but it wasn't nearly as bad as reviewers were making it out to be. The only part that really had me screwing up my eyes and saying "whaaafuk?" was the funeral scene, with the frogs lip-syncing "Live & Let Die." A private note to Eric Idle: It's considered a homage if it's only relevant knowing what the source material is. I've always worshiped you & your fellow Pythons, (to put it mildly,) but there's no way three seconds of coconut-clapping could be considered a rip-off rather than an homage. Just take the nod as the sign of respect it was meant to be, smile, & say, "Thank you." If the filmmakers didn't tell you or John Cleese before the premiere, I'm sure it's because they thought you'd be pleasantly surprised, not choked up with rage.
I've been in a bit of a fog the last few weeks (months, years...) I've got to find some way of shocking myself out of it. Any suggestions?