posted by andrea at 2:56 PM
Creature Comforts! Did you know they are based here in Bristol?But what I really liked about this YouTube of it was the flash up saying "Criminal Minds next" under the shady card players.
Thats a big question!
I don't know about Art but I know who I like.Great stuff - especially the muddy-paw-marks dog near the end.
Thanks for the sweet video.
Caroline: So many great things in Bristol!Casdok: and so endless...Malc: I loved the dog and his "prints" too.San: My pleasure!
Thanks for the laugh I needed that.
Fonnnnyyyy Andrea! Fun and creative.
Very funny! When the characters were talking I pictured the voices in my head (oh so many voices!!) coming from people, and you could fit exactly who would say what!
Thank you for kind words!I´ve visited Vancouver once, back in -86. It was beautiful and cool in a good mix, I remember. I went to a rockfestival, and I also burned my back in Stanley park, while sunbathing.
Very funny - I saw this somewhere else before and it reminds me of art school. Or at least one particular class I took.
This is priceless. Love the Poker Dogs most of all.
If I was exiled to a desert island and I could only bring one show it would be creature comforts...the expressions on their faces is astounding. The attention to detail blows my mind. Part of the fun is acknowledging that the actual person looks exactly like the character. The scenarios are deleriously funny. The innane bantering is priceless because most of us would sound just as ridiculous being interviewed on the street. The producers take advantage of us being visual creatures. They get your mind working which is great because TV is usually a passive activity. I love it. Brilliant.
This is BRILLIANT ... laugh out loud funny. For me ... it's gotta be the print-making dog!
I just love anything that pokes fun at those who take themselves too seriously and there is no one more pokable than the Serious Artist.
I love this! and I'll readily admit even though it's poking fun, I can see myself and many others in these characters. I'd like to think I'm more like the dog with his prints, but I'm sure I'm like the angel fish and her aversion to dolphin art. Who are you the most like?
I have watched it before, it still makes me smile. Very clever. I like the voices and the facial expressions most.
Your art is so inspiring, Andrea! Yay for coloring outside the lines!
Lov it! Thanks, Andrea!!!! I'm not sure what art is anymore...Hhehee...
Isn't that kinda like asking What Is Love?
i was enthralled watching this! so wise and so whimsical at the same time. i just love when that happens!:)
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