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Sketch: Spaghetti and Mutt-balls.

I think we can all acknowledge by this point that I love a good pun. I can’t help it! Good word-play, however groan-worthy it actually sounds once the joke is made, makes me tick. Manipulation of the English language into humorous forms is just plain awesome. And it is often really hard to explain […]

Sketch: I’m in a bit of a bind…

It could be yarn, it could be rope… hell, I think it could even be spinach-infused spaghetti in pesto sauce. Either way, I think it’s cute, and that’s all that really matters, right?

I decided, at some point, as I was sketching this, that the kitty would be a Siamese. I have two kittens of […]

Sketch: Dinocorn meets Dinocorn. Love results.

And they lived happily ever after. Aww!

I had this thought yesterday, and I could not help but want to draw it out as soon as I thought of it. You see, I have a friend. She loves dinosaurs. I have several other friends who like unicorns. So naturally a combination of the two would […]

October 31st, 2012|Cartoon, Digital, Sketch|0 Comments

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Kat Johnston Sketch: Just a girl with bangs.

It is interesting when I notice the differences between how different people will use the English language. For example, in Australia, we would call ‘bangs’ a ‘fringe’ instead. It would be very rare, I think, to say to someone here, ‘Oh, I love your bangs!’ They’d just look at you funny. The same goes […]

Sketch: Killer Cookies!

Rarr! I’m a cookie ninja! Fear my chocolate bullets of utter destruction!

I’ve been having a great time throwing together cute coloured joke-sketches for my Facebook Page. I figure it is a nice way to add a little fun to peoples’ feeds, and hopefully bring a smile to someone’s face in the process. That said, […]