That crazy bird! I think he is becoming a thorn in Gorr’s side.
Some of those twigs could have thorns!
We now have presented the latest question for consideration, which came first the deciduous dog or the inverted bird’s nest? Inquiring minds will need time to ponder the possibilities.
The Wild Kingdom is getting wilder by the minute around here!
I smell a dynamic duo forming! 🙂
You have a very heroic vomeronasal organ, Tim!
Uh oh. i think I have a new favorite, sorry Gorr but a brigand is like a highwayman both cooler words than bandit. I still love you though. 🙂
Looks like Gorr drew the short end of the twig, FT! He still loves you, too.
Oh boy, someone had better call the branch manager!
Let’s just hope he’s in a chipper mood.
Ha! That bird looks awesome! 😀
It’s amazing what a difference a bird nest on your head makes!
Time to battle! 🙂
Let’s get ready to Gorrrrumble!
“Brigand”, what a great word that conjures up images of mischief & mayhem. Birds are perfect for twig collecting & zombie bird now has a well constructed nest on his head that can double as a mobile home.
I for one welcome our Twig Brigand Overlord!!!
Nest? That is the helmet of a great warrior, Tony!
What I meant to say was;
Birds are perfect for twig collecting & zombie bird now has a well constructed helmet of a great warrior on his head that can double as a mobile home.
Perfect thing to say to the Twig Brigand Overlord, Tony!
Hey Tony –
I was just checking out your Tasmanian Blog. Your stuff is looking good. Loved the watermelon strip. I hope things are going ok for you.
It looks to me like that foul mouthed fowl is attempting to branch out on his own. He’ll do well if he sticks to it.
The surly bird gets the worm.
He’s wearing a twig wig!
It’s the latest in fall fashion!
Glad somebody is finally standing up to that pesky bandit!
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Elizabeth, or an act of war!
So cuuuute! And I love the way you’ve incorporated the header in the theme! Or is that the theme in the header…? meh. IS GOOD! â™¥
Actually, the header came first, but I knew I was going to do some Twig Brigand strips eventually. I guess it all worked out ok. Glad you like it, Jande, I appreciate your attention to detail :-).
Hopefully, he’s all tree bark and no bite. 🙂
He’s gettin’ twiggy with it.
I would TOTALLY buy the brigand’s hat on etsy.
It does have that beak-crafted look, doesn’t it?
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