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Wounded King
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Message 16 of 23 (406791)
06-22-2007 12:34 PM
Reply to: Message 9 by Dan Carroll
06-21-2007 3:48 PM


Unfortunately your Claudius reminds me so strongly of Strongbad that I can't get his voice out of my head reading his lines.
TTFN,
WK

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Message 17 of 23 (406805)
06-22-2007 1:41 PM
Reply to: Message 16 by Wounded King
06-22-2007 12:34 PM


I'd watch that production.
"To peR-seh-veer een obstinate condolement is a course of im-PIE-ous stubbornness. 'Tis unmanly grief!"
But for the record, I modeled him (as much as one can model a stick figure) on Ron Rifkin.
Edited by Dan Carroll, : No reason given.

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Tusko
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Message 18 of 23 (406979)
06-23-2007 6:35 AM
Reply to: Message 14 by riVeRraT
06-22-2007 8:51 AM


Thanks RiVeRraT-
I'm glad you got a kick out of dietaw. I'm glad I have found a new way of showing off my cartoons. Go EvC!

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riVeRraT
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Message 19 of 23 (406984)
06-23-2007 8:17 AM
Reply to: Message 18 by Tusko
06-23-2007 6:35 AM


No Problem.
I will check back often.
I used to work for the City of New York Hospital system, as a Sheet Metal Mechanic. Our shop was like a comedy show. They should actually use our shop to make a series on TV, it would be extremely funny.
I started making cartoons about it a long time ago, and always wanted to try and get them in the paper. All I need is to use the true stories from there for material.
Maybe one day I'll start scanning them in, and do what you did, when I have time (lol).

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Tusko
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Message 20 of 23 (407555)
06-26-2007 7:19 PM
Reply to: Message 19 by riVeRraT
06-23-2007 8:17 AM


Sheet Metal Mechanics
That sounds interesting RiVeRraT - do you have any examples that you're willing to share?
Tusko

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riVeRraT
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Message 21 of 23 (407619)
06-27-2007 9:08 AM
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06-26-2007 7:19 PM


Re: Sheet Metal Mechanics
Like I said, I don't really have time to devote to this. I need to scan my sketches and stuff.
I had a thought though. When I was a kid in the 7th grade, we got notices in the school about head lice. IT was then, that a comic war was started, and we would draw complete armies, with planes, and tanks, all coming from peoples heads, then fight each other, by holding the pencil by pushing your finger on the eraser, and pushing down, so the pencil would "shoot" and make a line on the paper like missile fire.
I was thinking you could start a war between the rabbits flees, and the tapeworm, might be funny. I would love to see that.

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Tusko
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Message 22 of 23 (407621)
06-27-2007 9:19 AM
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06-27-2007 9:08 AM


Re: Sheet Metal Mechanics
I did that stuff too! The international language are war, must be. Right down to the shooting with pencils.
To be honest, I'm not sure if the tapeworm is very militaristic, but you're right about the fleas - little Napoleons, all of them.

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riVeRraT
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Message 23 of 23 (407728)
06-28-2007 8:12 AM
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06-27-2007 9:19 AM


Re: Sheet Metal Mechanics
The international language are war, must be.
you meant o say "art" war I assume!
That's funny.
IT was either art war, or try to get paper airplanes stuck in Mrs.Butchers giant rainbow afro.

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