Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Funny Coffee Cartoons: Tyranna-Caffeineus-Rex

This coffee cartoon comes as a result of surfing around on the web and settling in on reading about dinosaurs. I have always like dinosaurs since I was a kid. I used to try a draw them but never had much luck making them look as cool as they did in the picture books. The cartoon came as a result of reading about dinosaurs and me forgetting to buy coffee during my last trip to the grocery store. I thought, if there were such a thing as a Tyranna-Caffeineus-Rex….how would he react to an empty cup of Java….I know how I feel about it so I figure his reaction might not be all that different. Anyway, went to the store and remembered the coffee this time so all is well for tomorrow morning. Enjoy and have a great day.

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Popular Rabbit Cartoon Faces in Smiley Face

We often see many pictures about rabbit cartoon faces in many places. But if we see rabbit cartoon, we will remember about Bugs Bunny. This cartoon face is very funny for people who watch it.

Bugs Bunny – Rabbit Cartoon Face
There are few cartoon characters in the world that have stayed as popular over the years as Bugs Bunny has. Bugs Bunny trivia shows that he was created by Tex Avery in 1940. Bugs has not been restricted just to the Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes shorts. This film was actually very popular, and saw Bugs Bunny star alongside Basketball legend, Michael Jordan.
The famous Bugs Bunny face also appeared in the film, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", the title character of which had more in common with Bugs than any other cartoon character. It was the very first time that Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse appeared on screen together.

Funny Cartoon Character: Who Moved My Cheese?

I was goofing around again and came up with this character which I drew because I was thinking about one of my favorite cartoons “Pinky and the Brain” and one of my favorite characters in that cartoon "Pinky". I'm not sure why but I think it has something to do with the way his mind works or doesn't work depending on depending on how you approach it. I've not seen the cartoon for a while but luckily there is YouTube and lots of clips for me to watch.

 Anyway, that combined with the saying “Who moved my cheese?”, something made popular by Spencer Johnson and his book of the same title made me think of this idea.

I figured that my little character would have a little more attitude about his cheese being moved. I also figured it would make for a funny coffee mug in the work place.

Enjoy and have a great day.

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