CROE: today we begin the ocean theme, per your request
TARBOT: oh holy bajeeeesus.
CROE: that would be a good name for it!
TARBOT: so it looks like the artist has several favorite animals
and he couldn’t choose which to portray
thus combined them all
CROE: i know! the cow belly just cracks me up!
plus i feel like the spout makes it a cutesy bunny rabbit
TARBOT: plus the “arms/hands” that you wouldn’t normally see in a fish
CROE: yeah what are those?
TARBOT: or other sea faring animal
CROE: did they have fingernails?
TARBOT: they didn’t have hands as far as I know
tractor beams from the eyes … very space-agey
i kinda get a feeling the holy bajeesus whale monster is about to barf on the ship
I can see that
CROE: maybe it finds the ship as revolting as we find the monster
TARBOT: so clearly this is the typical “oh-no-there-are-monsters-at-sea” picture…
CROE: the whale is a right whale
TARBOT: as opposed to a left whale?
CROE: right, as in the right one to kill for the blubber
mr. olsen (no relation to the twins, i presume) also does giant squids
i just noticed the ship has what may be a japanese flag
maybe the artist is making a statement
since the japanese hunt whales, and it’s controversial
TARBOT: ooo, there’s is a giant city by the mountain
i didn’t even see that!
doesn’t the mountain seem ominous
like, yes i’m a volcano. i’m sleeping now.
CROE: please do not disturb.
CROE: and the sky is like french mustard yellow
what’s up with that?
so’s the ocean
CROE: oh one more thing!
he’s a tattoo artist!
TARBOT: oh interesting… I can see that
CROE: so if you ever want a tattoo
he’s your man
yeah, not sure I trust his sense of color