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  1. LEGOS!!!!

    June 14, 2012 by Donna Barr

    Yes, I used the circle tool for the Legos.  Wouldn’t you?


  2. Well, it’s quick.

    June 10, 2012 by Donna Barr

    It’s a classic.  It must have actually happened sometime, for there to be so many cartoons about it.


  3. Thoughtless Little Ones

    June 7, 2012 by Donna Barr

    Remember “The Monkey’s Paw?”

    We have to be careful what we wish for.  We may get it.


  4. Blow-up

    June 5, 2012 by Donna Barr

    How — HOW — do people translate “Tell me how you’ll die” into “Describe your funeral”?

    This person SORT of gave me a death. I made it as messy as possible.


  5. I’m Rocky, and I’m an Alcoholic.

    June 3, 2012 by Donna Barr

    Very 1950′s poster color, here.

    I used to be like this, until my body said, “Bitch, PLEASE!”

    I’m using that phrase a lot lately.  I should have it on a bumper sticker, a t-shirt and a tattoo.  It’s almost as useful as “My bad.”


  6. NOT your funeral.

    May 31, 2012 by Donna Barr

    I’d gotten into the habit of illustrating whatever I got, not turning down anybody.

    Again, too many people thought this was about their funeral, not their death.  So, even though I’d laid it out and inked it, I added a couple of word balloons about the death.  I leave it to your imagination.

     


  7. At least he didn’t die on his job.

    May 29, 2012 by Donna Barr

    He didn’t tell me how he died, so I got to choose.


  8. Hicks Ahoy!

    May 28, 2012 by Donna Barr

    No, this is not how this person described the parents.  But this is how they are in their heads.

    Any of you have to take those ghastly liquid sulfa medicines back in the late ’50′s or early ’60′s?  That came in different horrible pastel colors, the same tints used to paint prisons and barracks?

    Hope the word balloons don’t make you too sick. :P


  9. Death by Cell Phone

    May 27, 2012 by Donna Barr

    This wasn’t so much about the death as about fun with the colors and design.


  10. So Many Ways

    May 24, 2012 by Donna Barr

    People hear the word “exsanguination” on those criminal forensics programs.  I wonder if they know there are SO many things it can apply to — not all of them very sci-fi or romantical.