Saturday, March 7, 2009

Sketch-a-day 036

Manley Parkins was never so happy to see another face. It had been a grueling two weeks on that little keg, in the middle of the ocean. Everyday he liked to count the splinters he had received from his little barrel friend. Until one day he saw not one face, but two. Two beautiful mermaids offered him salvation. They offered him help. They offered him gratuitous sexual relations. And although he had no idea how that worked with mermaids he gladly accepted. It had been two months since his plane went down, a week after he took the pilots job, to fly beer oversees. Two months since he had seen another soul.

It's a real shame as Manley Parkins was a good pilot. It was really a shame that he tasted as good as he did, and in the end, it was a really real shame he never did get... to touch those breasts. Cause that is what he wanted most of all.

Alittle thing for another blog some friends just started. They put a bunch of words in a hat and this weeks words were "Keg" and "S.O.S" I've never sketched so much in my life. 

Check out their blog to see what the others came up with:


Bernadette said...

Very funny. I love your mermaids, that is almost exactly how I imagine them.

Kirsten Zirngibl said...

Haha, nice!
Know what? Those mermaids make me think of the various creepy visitors on the Courage the Cowardly Dog show... not exactly in their drawing style but in their, I dunno... vibe? Expression?

Seems like a neat idea for a sketch group, BTW.