Archive for January, 2011

Danger DO NOT Drink Hot Green Tea!

Monday, January 31st, 2011

 proof that green tea is'nt good for everything

Snow Man: Oh, gosh, Next time I need to remember to get iced Green Tea!

Title: Proof that Green Tea isn’t good for everything

“Better to be deprived of food for three days, than tea for one.”
– Chinese proverb


Domestic Dispute

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

Mental Health humor domestic dispute bla bla bla

Title: Domestic Dispute

This is a cartoon I drew last year but never used it.  I normally just draw single cell cartoons and this my 3rd attempt at a comic strip. Below is some of the music I’ve been tuning into while I’m doing this blog post.  I thought I would share it with ya…

Have a good weekend!


Living Alfred Hitchcock’s Movie “The Birds”

Friday, January 28th, 2011
Meet Chato's Kids in The Family Stew

The Family Stew!

In my last blog post How Would You Draw Your Family? Here is The Family Stew! I introduced you to my new cartoon series called The Family Stew.

I wanted to share with you the moments that led up to drawing this cartoon.  As with most cartoons they some what reflect our own real lives.  This cartoon is no different, and reflects the day my children and I were attacked by BIRDS.

It reminded me of the Alfred Hitchcock movie The Birds. We were feeding seagulls in Port Charlotte, Florida.  I was showing the kids that if you hold the cracker straight up in the air the seagulls will swoop down and take the cracker.  My kids were running around screaming having a blast and trying to catch as many of the seagulls as they possibly could.


How Would You Draw Your Family? Here is The Family Stew!

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Meet Chato's Kids in The Family Stew

Title: Meet The Family Stew!

How would you draw your family? Here is my family, The Family Stew. About four years ago, I started a cartoon series called The Family Stew. It was based on my family, and focused on our day-to-day lives… unfortunately, at the time, the cartoons really didn’t have any direction.

Yes, it was about funny things that happened to a family, but there are so many cartoons like that. I didn’t feel it was original, so I put it on the back burners.

I didn’t totally forget about the cartoon series, however.  When I started the Mental health humor cartoons, I was able to toss in a few of the cartoons here and there. I kind of incorporated that cartoon series into the mental health humor. You’ve seen cartoons about me and the kids from time to time.


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