These puppers are only now realising that they’re on summer break. And it’s a very blobby feeling! (Yes I’m on summer break from today and my brain is a blob).
You’re welcome to print out the blobby dogs and put them on your office door (or wherever you work) to let your colleagues know when you’re away for the summer. I put a less creative tiny note on my door today, since I hadn’t made these blobs yet. Maybe I’ll make a “back to work” or “Hello I’m back” version in August.
This blob dog was the first one I doodled:
It showed up in the middle of another drawing and inspired the making of the rest of the pups, so I decided to honour it with its own colours (which very much makes it look like a balloon animal).
This chicken doesn’t really look cool or know how to drink from a glass.
But it remembers to stay hydrated in the heat and not only drink coffee but also water even though coffee is delicious.
This fox wants everyone to enjoy the weekend:
It’s basically me today, except I’m less orange, more human and indoors.
Summer went back to normal (cold) in Denmark. But it’s actually fine, because colder weather makes me want to stay indoors and draw lots of doodles of foxes and stuff.
I found these in my stacks of drawings and gave them some colour.
Aaaand shorts-and-sweater weather is back.
In a country where beach season normally lasts 10 days spread out over the course of 3 months, summer just seems to get hotter and hotter! I noticed that some Danes (including myself) are getting quite restless, now that they can’t complain about the weather, besides saying things like ”It’s almost TOO hot now, isn’t it!?”. I even caught myself saying (sarcastically) ”Well, winter will be here in 2 weeks anyway”, which I thought was hilarious, but actually just bummed everyone out. Especially since I was in an international setting and unfortunately not everyone immediately got that I was kidding. Obviously winter won’t be here for at least another 4 weeks.
Sometimes sand is just the best.
This lady cares about fire safety.