not necessarily about everything that i dropped off on the paper!: December 2004

Thursday, December 30, 2004


When I finished drawing, I decided to name it "EleTie", I think you'd guess why EleTie?

View EleTie here !

drwan by moostive

Tuesday, December 28, 2004

The story of a giant tangerine llama

One day a giant tangerine llama died very suddenly. The FBI said that it was an act of aggravated llamacide. However when the llama shot his friend with a magnum, which was melting and hence un-fatal; a falling cow suddenly noticed that he was falling into a deep orgasm which was cut short by Boutros Boutros-Ghali. "Argh!!!" screamed the tank, after it crashed into a brick wall. The bricks showering a small yellow tortoise. The tortoise said Golly Gosh! What in God's name are those bricks made of, they hurt so much. It turned out hidden deep down in the bricks there was a random piece of elephant poo. Suddenly A llama exploded leaving a messy stain all over his crotch, which looked quite incriminating.

Monday, December 27, 2004

Should I get that? It looks really nice.

1. Should I get that? It looks really nice.

2. I personally think it's ugly but it doesn't mean it's cute though!

1. Ok, what about this one then in grey?

2. Much better. The first one looked like someone had a nice vomit all over it, which would be ok if the thing were free but it costs like $250.

3. He's right, the first one is an example of designers gone wrong.

1. So why don't we just forget about it, you guys have no taste.

2. But listen why pay two hundred some dollars for this cheap, Aztec looking piece of Shit?

3. Here, let us find ya some nicer stuff!

2. Dude why you caught up in the big names that cost the big dollars and ain't even that nice?! Tell me when you're dead how much will that shit mean?
Absolutely nothing, not a thang! Got a ring? Got a chain? Got a brain?
Use it and stop buyin all these crappy shits that are just useless. Seriously though why would you pay so much for one fucking piece of goddamn clothing? Huh? They were all extremely gay!

3. Ya...That first thing looks like it came from QVC's Home on the Range segment.

1. Wow I need a lesson in fashion apparently! How about this one?

2. Yesss...You finally got it but we're sure you do realize there is a cockroach shit on that shirt!!!

The Starfish people

Today, I went off to the edge of my universe, and I slipped on a big piece of Plutonium fuel rod and I fell in love with Kylie Minogue. If my mother was here, she'd rip John Major's cardigan in a heated tin of beans fighting about the nature of the weird and wonderful world of the Starfish people. Surprisingly enough, the starfish people were sent to seek guidance from the fairies with small magical silver inscribed vibrators which they use to purify someones soul. However, the Pope said to hand them over unless they were using them to entertain their young cute furry little gerbils. The next time they could find some batteries they arranged to hire the mafia to take care of those troublesome Popes. Following this the UN security chimpanzee, called for witnesses to testify in tortured confessions involving the penguins Beak. This was to no real avail. However, inserting cucumbers down Mexico way makes tequila worms slide easily along an open wound. Give my remains to Keith and Johnathon.

Saturday, December 25, 2004


Just like when you're living in a middle of nowhere in the creepiest spookiest cottage ever all on your own!

drwan by moostive

Monday, December 20, 2004

Mended / Marc anthony 2002

Mended :: She Mends Me

Look at me
I'm not the man I use to be
When she smiles at me
I live the light I use to see
There she goes and I know from my own
I'm not home
Can't believe she can't see
That she's taking the best part of me
I'm half a man with half a heart
With nothing left to tear apart
Half of me is walking around the other half is on the ground
She Mends Me
Whats to see I had it all in front of me
It's all on me who lived the name of vanity
There she goes and I know
Can't believe she can't see
That she's taking the best part of me
I'm half a man with half a heart
With nothing left to tear apart
Half of me is walking around the other half is on the ground
She Mends Me
Tell me where I am
Nothing else can replace her
How do I go all the way I am
I'm half a man with half a heart
With nothing left to tear apart
Half of me is walking around the other half is on the ground
She Mends Me

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Sunday, December 19, 2004

Today's Joke!

I made up the joke below quite creatively yesterday morning just when I woke up!!!

- Hey dad, Guess what?
= What? I have no idea.
- Today I saw my picture on our school board.
= Oh, did ya? so what was it about?
- It was hung on a section called "Wall of Shame"!

by moostive

Friday, December 17, 2004

"Persepolis" by Marjane Satrapi

"Persepolis" the first of its sequel is a magnificent graphic-novel both written & illustrated by "Marjane Satrapi".
It just happened to get "Persepolis" quite luckily last night & finished it today & it was great.
"Persepolis" is the story of a typical -quite contemporary- Iranian childhood.
(Needless to say but it actually even made me cry on its last page.)

"Persepolis paints an unforgettable portrait of daily life in Iran: of the bewildering contradictions between home life and public life and of the enormous toll repressive regimes exact on the individual spirit. Marjane's child's-eye-view of dethroned emperors, state-sanctioned whippings, and heroes of the revolution allows us to learn as she does the history of this fascinating country and of her own extraordinary family. Intensely personal, profoundly political, and wholly original, Persepolis is at once a story of growing up and a stunning reminder of the human cost of war and political repression. It shows how we carry on, through laughter and tears, in the face of absurdity. And, finally, it introduces us to an irresistible little girl with whom we cannot help but fall in love."

I'm a great fan of hers now & am looking forward to get the 2nd book "persepolis 2".
Once I finish reading the 2nd book, I'll put up my own opinion about "persepolis" on here.

Just in case if you're going to buy her books, you can try Amazon.

Monday, December 13, 2004

Not so easy efforts

This article was first published in "Kayhan caricature" bi-monthly in Iran & it so briefly studies the current state of British cartooning by John G Roberts.

You can read it by clicking on 1st page & 2nd page .

It was also translated to Persian by Mr Hamidreza Mosayebi.

Dishevelled in the wind

& am dishevelled in the wind today.

drwan by moostive

"Pitch Black" the movie

Although it was a crap movie but watching it wasn't that useless as it gave me these catch-phrases or I can better say I pulled these quotes out of it:

1."Trees mean water."
2."Did you runaway from your parents or they ranaway from you?"
3."I'm not your f*cking captain."
4."But this is just not gonna work."
5."Stay in the light."
6."We're f*cking disposable."
7."Did not know who was f*cking with."

When Evil is destroyed by another kind of Evil.

Sunday, December 12, 2004

"Hurricane" the movie

The other day I was watching the movie "Hurricane" (1999) -based on a true story- starred by Denzel Washington who played Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, a professional boxer who was convicted of murder and then freed years later after activists worked to prove his innocence.

Here's its catch-phrase or my favourite quote of it:

"If hate put me in prison, love's gonna bust me out of it."

Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Retouching -as in Photography- in Portrait Cricatures

This article was first published more than 2 years ago in "Kayhan Caricature" bi-monthly Cartoon magazine & is witten by moostive.

You can read it by clicking on here .

Your comments are & will always be appreciated.

Friday, December 03, 2004

The 11th International Ankara Cartoon Festival

I had this invitation this morning on my mailbox & just thought of putting it up for those who might check out my blog & especially for those who are somehow involved with cartoon.

The 11th International Ankara Cartoon Festival is going to be held between April 22 and 25, 2005 during 23 April Children Day activities, which will be celebrated 76th time in our country.

The international 7-77 Cartoon Competiton will be organized under the 11th International Ankara Cartoon Festival. The aim of the competition is to make children, who will be future adults, like cartooning to contribute the development of sensitivity towards humour and to enrich their world with the help of cartoons you will draw.

All proffessional and amateur cartoonists are welcome to join in by drawing cartoons for children.

Cartoons can be drawn black-white or colourful using any technique in either A4 or A3 size.

Cartoonists can join in the competition with an original cartoon that can be understood by children.Competitors must write their names, surnames and addresses on the back of their cartoons.

The deadline for the competition is February 15th, 2005. Cartoons should be sent to the following address:



The sole prize of the competition is the 7-77 PRIZE ($2,000) and the institutions’ commemorative plates.

The results of the competiton will be announced on April 15th, 2005 in press and on the web.

The winner of the competition will be invited to Ankara between April 22nd and 25th, 2005 to be a guest for the activities to be held during the 11th International Ankara Cartoon Festival and will receive the award at the opening of the exhibition.

The International 7-77 Cartoon Competiton catalogue and the certificate will be sent to those competitors whose cartoons were chosen by the jury and were printed in the catalogue.

Cartoons will not be sent back and all rights will be reserved by the Cartoon Association.

International 7-77 Cartoon Competiton exhibition will be opened in various cities of Turkey and abroad.

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