Alien Invasion

Life as we know it will change.

We don’t know when they are coming.

We don’t know if they are already here.

We don’t know where they will come from.

We don’t know if they come to conquer or save.

When they get here we will know.

(Cut-paper and markers-Reversed)

Elephant in the Bush

I imagine elephants are practicing more stealth these days, even though it’s hard for an elephant to hide. The next time you are in the jungle, and there are wild elephants around, look deep into the bushes. That is where they like to hide…. and when you shoot them…. use a camera.

(Cut Paper, Ink and Markers)

Bird Flying

This was one of the first cut-paper pieces I created. The idea was to keep it simple – with meaning.

You have to look down to see them. (The bicycles are really small.)

(Cut-Paper & Markers)

Alien Conquest

I thought something to invoke a smile would be appropriate for a Monday.

Not that I mind Mondays – I’m retired, so they’re all the same to me. It’s the ones trying to work their way through another start to the week I’m thinking of.

Not all invasions go as planned. Time for plan B.

I was blessed/cursed with a knack for repairing mechanical things.

My first car was a well used black and white 1957 Chevy. It had a six cylinder engine and a column shift. I didn’t have it long before it was replaced with something I thought was better. All these years later — I wish I’d spent more time with that car. It was, after all, my first.

I’ve had a lot of vehicles since then. Most of them well used. Although many only required a good cleaning and a little care, others were meant to be driven into the ground.

Even though the vehicle I have included in this post is before my time, I am still fascinated by what makes it work. Believe it or not, this was created on an old program called Visio.

Easter Egg Hunt

It is traditional in America to dye hard-boiled eggs and hide them in the yard for the kids to find. I don’t believe the kids care why we do this. Their true mission is searching for the eggs with candy or money inside.

(Cut Paper, Ink, and Markers) by Jonathan G. Meyer

I must admit I was inspired be Madagascar (The Movie)

Imagine shipping yourself to Africa.

Tropical Fish

These colorful denizens of the deep make scuba diving worthwhile, and provide food for many species. If we are not careful there may be none left to admire.

(Ink, Markers, Cut Paper–and a little computer magic)

Caribbean Cottage

Need a Vacation?

This piece was an experiment when I began using Copic markers. Cartooning holds a special place in my heart, and I’ve always thought this would be a great place to write that bestseller.

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