Tuesday, October 10, 2006

IF - Trouble

First rule of the streets, “never bring a dog to a cat fight.”

Hey maan, you lookin' for trouble? Well, you've found it! You're on Kitty turf, and that means you have to deal with Tuffy-Trouble-Tomkat!


Blogger Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Nice work! Great characters.

10:55 PM  
Blogger Siukwan said...

I love the funny characters! Poor dog~

11:29 PM  
Anonymous Nate said...

Love your texture in this. The cat does look like he could put up a good fight.

11:46 PM  
Blogger Scott Warren said...

Ha! That's awesome. Really stylish.

12:17 AM  
Blogger atelie luna said...

Thanks for visiting my blog.
Your cartoons are very funny.
Love your style and I'm wondering what software do you use.
The one with the bank (safe topic) is my favourite but somehow I have missed it
when it was posted.

2:38 AM  
Blogger Michelle Lana said...

Love it!!!! Great work as always! take care..

8:24 AM  
Blogger Amy Zaleski said...

I always imagine that all small cartoon characters that act tough have a "Scrappy Doo" voice. Even though I always hated Scrappy (the official shark jumping of the series), that voice has some serious staying power. I love your concept here...that's one tough kitty! Thanks for your comments on my cats and dogs....I love the Monopoly idea!!

8:43 AM  
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Blogger Stacia said...

I love visiting your blog. Your images are always fun and clever. Punk cat gettin' jabby!

4:29 PM  
Blogger BINO said...

beautiful work, great textures!



7:33 PM  
Blogger Pickledog said...

Scott, Thank you so much : )

Siukwan, Don't worry Brutus is recovering nicely. Thank you for you comment.

Nate, They don't call him “Trouble” for nothing. ; )

Scott Warren, Thank you, and cool avatar!

Atelie Luna, The software I use is Adobe Illustrator, and I draw with a Wacom Tablet. I'm glad you liked the “safe” cartoon. I posted late that week for some reason. Thank you for you comments

Michelle, Always fun to have you visit.

Amy, You are so right about Scrappy Doo. I can hear his taunting voice, “put 'em up..”
I remember now they had a spin-off show, but Fred and Thelma weren't on it. Maybe they were too “real” for TV in the 80's?

Sage, Thanks!

Stacia, “Punk cat gettin' jabby,” I love it!

Bino, Thank you sir.

8:43 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Very cool as always mate!

11:36 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

Tough guy, huh? Great work, David!

2:55 PM  
Blogger Spaceturtle said...

woW!!!!! soo awesome!!! Fantastic blog! Love the style!

6:48 AM  
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