Ahoy, Jack! Hahahaha... this is pretty much ME!! I mean, how could I be in shape if I spent hours in front of my drawing table and then some more in front of the computer??! Ackh, I should really hit the gym one of these days... Great take, by the way, I like how you used silhouettes for the equipments.
Brian, there is no magic-- you really must expend more calories than you consume, period. Now, get moving! After all, you have the equipment!This is really funny, Jack!
Ha! Wonderful concept and illustration.
Yep, I must admit I fall into this trap too...you really do actually have to get out of the chair darn it! Great work as usual.
Hee hee! And who among us couldn't relate to this scenario? Love it!!!
hehehe hilarious, the story of my life! great work!!!
ha ha haha haha haha ! This is truly hilarious!!! I LOVE IT! As some said, " The story of my life." I'm doing much better now LOL! Your work Jack is always, always amazing and funny and keeps me in stitches! You are a blessing cause laughter truly does maketh like a medicine. Thanks so much for your kind words. Maybe that was the ringing in my ears on yesterday LOL! Hugs to you and yours.V
Hi Jack! Hehe, this made me giggle :)I love Brian's expression!
He shoult try wiht relaxing yoga excercises :) Nicce illustration!
hi, i like very much the contrast between grey and colour!! Wonderful!!
Hi Jack! I like it that you gave him a lounger to put in the middle of his gym. LOL. I love your sense of humor. And Brian looks so cuddly the way he is. Great work, as always.
Jack, you are so funny, your illustrations always make me smile and sometimes giggle! Love it, I definitely fall into this plight myself. I have lots of stuff that I never have the energy to use and here I sit typing when I could be doing yoga!Now to find a way to work out and draw at the same time, hmmmm, yes, that might work for me, ;)
Ciao Jack, a great concept so well illustrated, I love Brian expression and the way you humanize him!!!
Love your wit and that bewildered look on Brian's face.
jajhja funny :D great concpet haha :D
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!! So true, so true! Aaah, I love his belly and everything in it. I want one of those contraptions with those big rubber belts that you just stand in, and it jiggles your fat away. Then again, I'd probably use it to make milkshakes.
so me... try a low carb diet, perhaps????:D
Love this Jack! :)
Awesome love it so funny!
i think Brian doesn't need any work-out equipment cos he is in the shape a dog of his kind should look like and i like him this way very much bye jack see you later
Oh my! I can truly relate to this illustration!! Amazingly funny! Great work!
Heh, that's how I study - via the passive osmosis method.Actually I once read that keeping your body fit helps your typing. Maybe that's why I am so bad.Nice work Jack, just love the look on the dog, the body language and the 'equipment'
heheheheh! poor little fuzzy. i know just how that feels. great idea, jack! :))love how you treated all of that nasty equip. as just silos. :)))
Very nice illo Jack!
Poor Brian... great work!
Hahaha.. this is perfect! I absolutely love the color contrast - you always manage take it a step further!
Hilarious..I like his tummy and expression of resignation!
I'm with Brian - !!! I really love this Jack! Very FUNNY, and right on!
oh thank you so very much Jack, you just made my day! :))im still loving this Brian!
How does Brian use the TV remote control with all that equipment in the way!!!!Clever and relatable Jack!
Ah...so you're funny as well as artistic! Great combination!
Wonderful concept and illustration!I have the same problem:)))
Hi Jack! What a great illustration! The dog looks wonderful, and I like how you used silhouettes for the machines (although I'd probably lighten the ones in the background and darken the ones in the foreground to create more perspective....but who am I to give you suggestions! hahaha).Really nice piece!
..ha ha..so funny..brilliant concept jack..and very well done..
Oh, dear. I SO relate! Funny one.
Ha, ha, ha... this is funny! I really like your line, and your thoughts behind the theme. Thanks for visiting my blog, so I could find you!