Here is cartoon me and co.
Check out my nearest and dearest that make me think my life is worth documenting.
And a few random others that I thought were amusing enough to turn into cartoon characters.
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There was a beautiful lamp at this festival. So beautiful I had to sketch it.
Australia and their wallabies. GET OUT OF THE ROAD!
After a long day in transit, we arrived in George Town, Penang, Malaysia to this.
Before we left the UK there were issues with my DVD collection.
An old image of Red, me and Hannah chilling at the old Town Hall back in the day.
Does anyone watch ‘Walking Dead’?
Travelling is waaarrrmmm…
This didn’t just happen in my head. Thanks to the staff at Stanthorpe Library for playing.
I bought an umbrella that looks like a banana but the rainy season in Malaysia is relentless!
I have an unhealthy obsession to croissants. I seek them out no matter where I am.
My reaction to the Brexit.
My relationship with Moderation. And back when I had a drawing tablet and Photoshop.
There’s a “coin” operated barrier at the Metro Station in KL, Malaysia. With so many people behind you, you have to get it right the first time or you cause a human pile up!
Yep, Finnick Odair from Hunger Games. One day he’ll be mine.
Me and the Irishman. Yes, we talk like this. It worries some people.
Nat likes koala bears.
You trade one set of problems for another.
Australian radio is weird. The callers are even weirder.
It was just a piece of lettuce with some parmesan in it. And Corey was an evil supervisor at the strawberry farm.
My friend Nat is a personal trainer… and I don’t listen to her. I should.
After discussing our heritage…
I LOVE LUSH! LOVE IT! DRIVE ME AN HOUR AN A HALF FOR SOAP!
Wise words from the Irishman.
Yeah another temple.
The downside of tropical locations.
Honestly how does anyone do it?!
And Ace Ventura, that’s in there too.
I can make damper though.
The cartoon human embodiment of Procrastination and myself.
You can’t win. You just can’t.
This actually happened when we first moved to Stanthorpe, Queensland, Australia for work.