Saturday, April 21, 2007

IF: Polar


Schizoology Quarterly clearly states that Bi-Polar Bears are easily recognizable by their distinctive markings...namely a straight-jacket...

26 comments:

Nicole said...

Very funny!

Geninne said...

bi-polar bear...hahahahahaha, hysterical! Beautiful illo :)

steve said...

After what they're going through, I'm not surprised! I wonder if there are wild animals with mental disorders now--wouldn't doubt it. Great work again Brian!

trudette said...

Very witty, great picture.

Jeannette said...

i like all the little things under the book

studio lolo said...

The "smiley face" pin is a nice touch.

Pati @-;-- said...

Awwww, Brian... Look at his litte face, I want to hug him!

Michelle Lana said...

I love it, brian!

Tracy said...

I absolutely love this! Hilarious and the details make it even better :)

tusen said...

hehe, hilarious is the right word for it, I think :D I love the bear's expression and his paws.

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Well done, and well thought out! Love all the information you pulled together!

Honor Bowden said...

Love the mad bunny! Nice one.

RonniHall said...

Oh, this is hilarious and original!

Michelle said...

Great take on the topic. I love the fact that you've fup it in a book. Greally nice work!!

Ammon said...

I really like the way this one was composed-the picture within the picture. I also like the touch of color. Nice work.

Ms. Jane D'oh said...

i love this drawing. nice relaxed lines. very funny stuff again, brianso.

Mac McRae said...

You so funny. :)
Great illustration.
I thought bi-polar bears were distinguished by other polar bears by having relations with both girls and guys.

esillustration said...

hahahaha!!! this rules!! i love it!

Janice said...

He is such a sad bear....... very whimsical, with the four white walls. Actually he is more than a little sad..and the happy face accents that. Those dr. and jeckll characters under the book break the mood just in time for me....

You kind of pace the viewer, dont you... ? lead their eye around on a bit of a rollercoaster ride... just like a good writer.

Jim Pearson said...

Great idea and execution. I think I especially like the Napoleonic Cuckoo in Fig. 13D.

Brine Blank said...

Thanks all...I appreciate the ability to be involved in a community with such great and inspirational artists...

Larry Lee said...

Love all the details. I think I like the Cuckoo bird best, especially Fig.13E -- the brain diagram.

Honor Bowden said...

Thanks. Still have Josey on my To Do list... and I only posted the Easter Chicken becuase I thought it was hilarious! (insert evil laughter)

Ammon said...

It is Thursday night, do you know where this weeks IF post is?

Brine Blank said...

Brother it didn't even make it off of the scratch paper thumbnail stage...but you would've laughed...

dintoons said...

lol!! a nice one!! :o)