Patch Packrat and Zarafa Giraffe are dancing the night away while NeonBunny is the DJ playing the music for all furries attending tonight's Frolic!
I thought of doing something for Frolic, created and run by NeonBunny, for some time. It's a fun, and the best, furry nightclub event there is! It takes place at the SF Eagle every first Saturday, unless otherwise stated. Anyway, if you ever come to San Francisco during this time, be sure to come in and party hearty! Must be 21 or older to attend, it includes a bar.
(c) Patch Packrat by Patch O'Furr (c) Zarafa Giraffe by Zarafa Giraffe (c) Frolic and NeonBunny by Neonbunny Lapine (c) Artwork by Roger Adkins (Walter Ringtail)
Media: ink, markers, and color pencils on drawing paper
Rusty and Walter stay up Christmas Eve watching old Christmas films on television and eventually fall asleep together on Rusty's living room chair. Later, Santa arrives to bring them gifts and then he goes over to give Rusty a gentle head rub, which he enjoys while having a pleasant dream.
It is Monday, November 12, 2018 and both Rusty and Walter find out that Stan Lee, the creator of Marvel Comics, just passed away. Rusty also imagines some of his favorite Marvel characters with him too!
This is my Memorial Tribute to him.
(c) The Thing, Hulk, and Spider-Man by Marvel Comics (c) Rusty, Walter, and this artwork by Roger Adkins
In Paw Valley there is a community set up "Haunted Farm House" set up every Halloween and the proceeds go to charity. They wanted a scarecrow on the path through the cornfield leading up to the house. Lester volunteered to do that job spooking kids on the way there. However, a couple of Tickle Beavers noticed that the scarecrow was actually a living bunny tied up to the post to scare passersby.
Floyd, dressed as a pirate, said to Lester, "Oh, what a scary scarecrow!"
Then Ed, dressed up as a vampire commented, "You know, it must be pretty uncomfortable wearing those tight shoes you have on."
"He'd certainly be more comfortable barefoot, wouldn't he?" replied Floyd.
Lester gasped, knowing what the beavers were up to, "I need these shoes, their part of the costume! I....Oh, No!....Wah! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!
Floyd just removed Lester's right shoe and began tickling his now exposed barefoot with a head of wheat, putting him into a state uncontrollable laughter, while Ed began untying his left shoe!