Finally happening


Two balloons with faces look down at a stick figure's head with no body, only a spinal cord, who smiles on the floor. The head says, "I think it's finally happening! I'm turning into a balloon!"

Magic is real! Wishes come true!

(sometimes my hands are uncooperative so I just have to look around at stuff I've already drawn & recycle it & hope an idea comes of it. if you recognize these scribbles from earlier this year, I regret to inform you that you are a CrustaceanSingles superfan)


Just human things


Top caption: "Many thousands of years ago, somewhere on Earth" A stick figure poses with a spear held over their head, smiling, and thinks, "man I bet this looks so cool".

I don't care if it's gauche or whatever. I'm totally going to draw myself like this on the cave wall tonight.


A rough outline


A stick figure looks at a second stick figure whose lines are dashed instead of unbroken. The first points and says, "Your, uh—" The second interrupts, frustrated: "I know what my lines look like today."

I hope they're just getting started. I hope they disappear completely.


Take your limbs elsewhere


In a doctor's office, a person sits on the examination table. This person has no human limbs but eight octopus-like arms extending from the bottom of their torso. A doctor in a white coat holds a clipboard and says, "This is well outside my training as a podiatrist...I'd feel a lot better if you got a second opinion at the aquarium."

"oh YEAH, doc? well MAYBE your MOM should go to the aquarium!

sorry, that was uncalled for. I'm under a lot of stress"


Progress is progress


In a therapist's office, the therapist sits pensively with a top-bound spiral notebook. The client has been swallowed by a gigantic snake and has only part of their face peeking out of its mouth. Caption: "I'm proud of you for letting your feelings be heard."

"I look forward to hearing all about your progress at next week's appointment."


The amazing talking mime


A sign in an urban, paved-over setting reads "See the amazing talking mime!" There's a tip jar in front of the sign. Next to it, a mime moves and gesticulates with a weary, frightened expression while saying, " I live in fear, folks. Fear of the League of Mimes! I dared to speak out and now they want my blood! They'll cut out my tongue if they get their hands on me! But do the authorities care? They think it's all a big joke."

Any change you can spare will help me stay alive and on the run, folks. Anything you got.