no. really. what the hell IS that?

Had forgotten about this months-old sketch.

I have absolutely no clue what/who that is that got dredged up from the bottom of my psyche, but I suspect that there’s more where that came from. I am intrigued by the fact that he’s not the least bit frightening to bunnies, or, at least, to this one particular bunny. In fact, whatever it is seems quite confused or alarmed.

Thoughts welcome.

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About dave bois

Freelance writer with a strong pull towards environmental matters (water issues especially) that remains fueled by my study of and early-career practice in geology and hydrology. Music, food, dogs, current/political events, and visual arts combine to command much of the portion of attention not ceded to ecological concerns. Also Monty Python. I've sold a few pieces of original art and have made cab fare home playing saxophone. Native Mainah

2 thoughts on “no. really. what the hell IS that?

  1. Perhaps it is a comment from the bottom of your psyche on the definition of adorable. The Thing is looking at the bunny, a societally agreed upon definition of cute, and scratching its head.

    Thing has very big, well-shaped eyes and the sleekness of its pate makes one want to stroke its head. These individual physical traits are also considered attractive by our society. However, six hairy legs and two smallish arms attached to a caterpillar shaped body are not typically desirable when one is contemplating a snuggle mate.

    So Thing scratches its head and wonders why a furry little rodent has an advantage to Thing’s big pretty eyes, nicely rounded head, and flexible frame. Maybe Thing is trying to decide if it needs to either shave and become more sleek, or take Rogaine and become more furry in order for someone to love it.

    I like Thing just the way it is. It’s interesting and obviously intelligent to be pondering such sociological quandries.

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