So instead, here are a series of pictures of animals farting very explosively. I'm practicing drawing explosions, because ... just in case, I guess. You never know when you'll need to draw a really good cartoon explosion, so I want to have lots of techniques under my belt and ready to go at a moment's notice.
I also had an art critic come in and write some guest material. As you can see, I still have some growing to do as an artist.
Also, the art critic was me. As if I would let someone else contribute to this blog. Piss.
Not too impressed with the mushroom cloud technique on this one. The use of color was weak and uninspired. Clearly not well-planned in advance. F-minus.
The fart mushroom cloud looks a little better on this one. There was clearly a bit more planning, as the black lines are overlaid on the colored section instead of being buried under hastily-added colored bits. Definite improvement. However, the elephant is so poorly executed that it detracts from the rest of the drawing. Seriously, elephants' ears don't look anything like that. Terrible. F-minus.
The farting zebra uses a different color scheme entirely on the mushroom cloud, retaining color only for the column of exploding gas itself and then sticking with gray for the mushroom part of the cloud. This color scheme looks terrible and should never be used in drawing explosions. Moreover, the zebra itself is so poorly rendered that I have to wonder if the artist has ever seen a zebra before, either in real life or even in photos. This zebra looks more like a donkey that was painted by a colorblind idiot child who was high on LSD at the time. F-minus.
The volume of fart is somehow larger than the goose itself. A-plus.
You guys I don't know what a bat looks like so I just drew a cat with wings.
F-MINUSES ALL AROUND
EXCEPT FOR THE GOOSE.
HAHA HOW DID HE HAVE SO MUCH FART?
WHAT A SILLY GOOSE.