Sunday, March 25, 2012

Arc & Ark

Couldn't make up my mind which pair of drawings to post today. On the one hand, I like the similarity of shapes in this one:

On the other hand, any excuse to run this one again is good enough for me:

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Bare & Bear

I like this one; a set of homophones that includes three different parts of speech and a pair of homonyms!
Bare – (adj. / v.) uncovered / to uncover.
Bear – (n.) a type of large carnivorous animal. / (v.) to carry.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Avert & Overt

Avert – INDY: Shut your eyes, Marion. Don't look at it no matter what happens.
Overt – BELLOQ: It's beautiful!
Everything about this scene – from the intense power of the Ark, to face-melting Nazis – was totally overt. But Indy and Marion averted their eyes and missed the whole thing.

And no comments about Indy's outfit, please. :) I know he wasn't wearing his usual get-up during this scene; I just wanted to make it obvious who was tied up there, so I went with the iconic hat and whip.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

A parent & Apparent

Venturing into new territory today with a word whose homophone is made of two separate words. I know what you're thinking – from here it's only a short, slippery slope to "'scuse me while I kiss this guy." So I promise I'll tread carefully (though I may have to do that one some day; it's too hard to pass up the opportunity to draw a pictograph version of Jimi).