Random Thursday (ˈrandəm ˈTHərzdā): the day on which Sarah plunks down all the odd bits and pieces she’s been sent by friends or has otherwise stumbled upon this week in an effort to avoid writing a real post, the assembly of which usually ends up taking twice as much time as sitting down and creating actual content.
Still waiting for that click.
But meanwhile . . .
Searching for an Honest Octopoda
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I give you the Walktopus.
Scott Musgrove’s artwork is truly amazing.
Go look at his online portfolio.
“Mom! Mom! Mom! Do the Voice!”
“The hamster voice.”
“Hey, this new wheel is pretty cool . . .Oh, hey, Gerald, how’s it goin—no, we both need to run in the same direction, right okay, watch my foot, there we go . . Wait, no, slow down a minute, dude, we gotta match speed, or okay, that—no, wait, dude, no, wait—WAIT . . . AAAAUUUUGGGHHH! Stop, no, stop running, Gerald, it’s NOT HELPING! AAAAUUUUGGGHHHStop! FOR THE LOVE OF ALFALFA PELLETS, GERALD, STOOOOOOOOOOP!!! AAAAAAAAUUUUUUUUUGGGGGGGGHHHHHHH! Okay, whew, no, wait, stop—I have to—I’m gonna—not AGAIN!!! Gerald, STOOOOOOOOP,!! I’m gonna hurl, dude. What is the MATTER WITH YOU?! AAAUUUGHH! No, NO! No, seriously, I need a minute. Here, I’ll just—nope, not going near the food bowl . . . Oh, god, no . . . “
“You mean that one?”
“Yeah. Now do Gerald.”
Our new Cephalopod Master
accepts your uncontrollable squees
as his rightful tribute.
Jordan Anderson does amazing chainsaw wood carvings.
His artwork has won several awards.
Show of tentacles:
(click the image to see a brief, righteously awesome Making of video)
Monty Octopus’s Walking Marginatus
I wonder what the top waterspeed velocity of an unladen veined octopus might be?