Sunday, 11 April 2010

Super Massive Awesome Announcement!

Sorry I've been away, but I'm back now, so lock up your giraffes lest they be mocked.
First of all, I've figured out how to make a blog button, so please grab it and put it on your blog.

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If you don't know how to add a blog button, here's a nice tutorial I found. 
Next, I know some of you don't have Blogger, and so you can't follow this. I don't want you to miss any posts, so I thought I'd add Giraffe-a-day to a few more platforms so you can follow it in whatever way you find best.
Now, on all of these I will be posting either the entire post, or a link to here whenever I post a new giraffe.
Finally, I have implanted all of these features on to the sidebar so that you don't have to trawl through to this post in order to locate everything.
I know I have some unpublished giraffes in my email inbox, and I will be posting them the next few days. Thanks to everyone who sends me giraffes and to everyone who reads this, and to everyone who reads this but hasn't sent me a giraffe, why not? You can find all the information you need on the side bar.

Monday, 29 March 2010


No, no, this is very logical. He could only afford three flippers, so he... chopped off his leg... and... attached a twig... to his neck. Yeahhh, makes perfect sense.

Sunday, 28 March 2010


I'm sorry for the lack of updates. Smack me over the head if that ever happens again. On to the giraffe.

Did I pronounce "giraffe" right? Honestly, the only way I could possibly see this as acceptable is if I actually pronounce it like "weird distorted palm tree thing".
However,  if that is true, it really explains a lot.

Monday, 1 March 2010


The body of a yorkshire terrier. The tail of a pig. The neck of a giraffe. A faceless giraffe.

Friday, 29 January 2010


Yes, posts are normally confined to one giraffe. But here are five giraffes drawn by the same person in a search for perfection. Sadly, this was not achieved.

The bottom quarter looks like a table. There appears to be a human thumb on the torso. This is her first giraffe. It can only get better, no?

N'AWWWWWWWWW. IT'S SO HAPPY! This is obviously before frustration set in.

I'm not actually sure where this one came, so I'll just put it in the middle. This is when it gets angry, and when it's angry, It doesn't hulk up, it insect/dragon/eyebrows up. Aww yeahh.

I like how she puts so much effort into the spots and texturing the back, but neglects simple things like legs. Or a face.

And so we come to the end of this adventure. Let us leave you with this strapping, elegant and muscular final attempt. But I don't think anybody will notice as the will be far too occupied with it's lack of face. Pfft, features are so not streamlined.

Tuesday, 5 January 2010


We're had plenty of three legged llamas and the like, but I really think that this is the first three legged bird-beaver-upside-down-head-asaurus.

Monday, 4 January 2010


Okay, this one really looks like an evil mastermind. If Voldemort was a giraffe, he'd  be this one. For sure.