Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Insecure Chess Set

43 comments:

  1. Your work is so good. The message and the art...just really good. I'm an artist too. I used to do "names" in drawing, if that makes sense. Now I'm doing oils and experimenting.

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  2. The title alone is...fascinating. I like how your had all the pieces and their names tie together. Really cool and creative. I am inspired. A poem is going to come out of this...THANKS! I am going to cite your title...be on the look out for that. :)

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  3. This is so witty!
    I love your comics and always look forward to the next one coming out. :D
    Agnostic bishop - lmao!

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  4. Brilliant. A bit too spot on for what's happening out there lately...

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  5. I love this! You are such a great artist, everything you do is so creative and I've never seen anything like your work before. Keep up the great work!

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  6. Love the agnostic bishop. Brilliant stuff, as usual.

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  7. hahah! I used to love playing chess. What a dork I was back then. Actually, chess is cool. I'd still play it.

    www.riskofrain.com

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  8. As a chess fanatic, I really like this. As a person with a degree in political science, I like it even more!

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  9. Haha. My brother, who loves chess, will get a kick out of your comic!

    Samantha
    http://museuminternmusings.blogspot.com

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  10. Wow, great stuff. Really liked this.

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  11. Hahahaha.... It is funny.. I really like your posts. It is very amusing. I hope you'll set up a whole website just for your works.. I like it.. Keep up the funny things coming...


    -doniesanjosealegre-
    thedoggyshow.blogspot.com

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  12. Love it, and I love it even more considering what's curently going on in the world.

    Kat

    thepinkycherryontop.blogspot.com

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  13. http://brigadascinzacoelho.blogspot.com/2011/02/deolinda-movimento-perpetuo-associativo_04.html

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  14. Congratulations on getting on "Blogs of Note" you really deserve it. Great artwork Grant!

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  15. Haha! The "Anxious Queen" is my ex girlfriend to a tee. She would spend hours on the phone with her Aunt and afterwards she would have changed her mind about everything in her life. This happened about once a month. Good stuff...

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  16. Wow, very fascinating! Check this out: http://www.LaurieCalin.com/?id=310966

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  17. This is fantastic. I haven't played chess since I was little but this makes me want to pick it up again =)

    Just found your blog. It's really great.

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  18. I love it so much!!!!!!
    they are so cute!!
    cool!!!!!
    try www.sisizhao.com or cicelyzhao.com

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  19. Nice work! How long did it take to do it so perfectly?

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  20. Haha, somehow giving the chess pieces personality takes away from the gracefulness of chess.

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  21. Sweet!...or mabye not, of course it is, but then again?
    JK <3 ur work!
    -S (=

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  22. Such a good art n the way you thinking is extraordinarily good!

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  23. Gordon of RiverworldFebruary 13, 2011 at 11:47 PM

    pawn to King's bishop 3

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  24. NICE BLOG!!! Fabulous drawings!! I really admire your talent :)

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  25. The title is great, I wish that I was better at chess. To often I feel like the Insecure one...

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  26. Good art, well observed and good sense of humour. As you can probably guess I enjoy your posts.

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  27. Wow, you have such a creative style. Really...just awesome. Love the "Insecure Chess Set." Keep it up! I've subscribed :)

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  28. I love the title of this post, and the picture even more. Great illustration on an insecure chess set!

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  29. Youre getting a medal for a laugh of the day! :-)

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  30. iam posting this comment to drive traffic to my blog ...
    becoz ur work is awesome

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  31. Now I'll always be thinking of the psychology of my chess sets. I feel kinda bad for them now.

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