Thursday, February 17, 2011

Seize the Coloring Book

35 comments:

  1. haha, hilarious, I love the last one- rocket turtle!

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  2. scribble and doodle all the way haha

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  3. ..or give it to your 3 year old nephew and see a masterpiece reminiscent of Picasso

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  4. love how you've left the crayola pens round the edges aswell

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  5. Absolutely fantastically creative.

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  6. The Narwhals looks like they're having fun.

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  7. Beautiful, they are al beautiful. I love your originality especially the Walrus and the sting ray.

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  8. Like the narwhal with the balloons (thumbs up)

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  9. That's wonderful! I love creating extra things to color. I so need to get new coloring books =)

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  10. Excelente como test psicológico.

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  11. I love it...Keep up the great work..

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  12. I love this. Coloring books always remind of the Harry Chapin song, Flowers Are Red. You can find it on the net or Youtube.

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  13. i love it , i wish i could draw like that thanks this just brightened my day!!

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  14. I used to always color in the lines, but the last panel looks like fun! Makes me want to grab a coloring book :)

    Samantha
    http://museuminternmusings.blogspot.com

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  15. Another great comic. For some reason I never used to draw my own lines. Gonna have to try that sometime. ;)

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  16. Haha! The last two boxes describe my childhood. Never did make it to the staying in the lines phase though..

    ----funny comics---> http://thedeepend-comic.blogspot.com

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  17. haha, cool. I also love the rocket-turtle :) nice one. mind you, AI loved colouring books ;) LOL

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  18. omg this is so awesome! how do u manage to draw and colour your drawings so perfectly?? I'd really like to know how you do it. It's amazing!

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  19. Non-conformity is good... as long as your teacher considers it art :)

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  20. Was it colouring books that got you started drawing?

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  21. RS: I usually stick to my Rapidograph pen and Prismacolor markers, then spend a long time fixing my screwups and touching things up in Photoshop. This often brings my computer to a grinding halt. I much prefer coloring books to Photoshop.

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  22. thinking outside the box and not staying in the lines :)

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  23. Your work is amazing... :)
    I just really enjoy the way you think.

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  24. NARWHALS!! What? Somebody had to say it...

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  25. I love Sea Unicorns!
    I really appreciate your comic style; how reminiscent of childhood it all is.

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  26. As a former GT teacher, this is one of my favorites!!!

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  27. Haha. Good memories of childhood deviation from the class assignment.

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