18 June 2009

Dogbird

In principle, I don't see any objection to such experiments.
Pencil with digital colour. 8cm x 1cm. Click to enlarge.

11 comments:

Olaf said...

The doggiephant must be careful when he lifts his leg

Graham McArthur said...

Ha! Love the little darlings! :)

ElizT said...

The tusks will be useful for carrying sticks etc.
Can't help wondering about their food though.

Alan Rowe said...

The elephant dog's tongue will need to be extremely long if it is to benefit from the ability to 'clean' itself thoroughly. The dog bird will be a worry for cats.

Martin said...

LOL. Great!!

Lulu LaBonne said...

Will the dogelephant have to roll around like a ball and hope his mouth hits something to eat?

DigDog said...

Looking at your dog-based works I sometimes wonder what would happen if you draw a version of me, an anonymous creature called digdog.

Prozac said...

Is that because you're a deeply sadistic individual?

problemchildbride said...

Who lives according to their principles these days though?
*mutters jaded shit*
*likes drawings*

cat said...

If everything was part golden retriever, this world would be a much happier place.

Of course, the streets would be littered with chew toys...

Oscar Grillo said...

Check what a cama-leon is in Spanish.