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    • CommentAuthorESCgoat
    • CommentTimeMar 22nd 2011
    Brian - Your dog's similar to the idea I'm working on, skeleton and all... gotta get mine finished more quickly next time! : P
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    Girls' comics? Well, they read that "magna" stuff, right?


    "NOTE: This item is not available in Germany"
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    @Brian le Golem - That group looks like it would give the Hellfire Club a run for its money.

    @Jason A. Quest - That's very very disturbing.
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    You are too kind. I am humbled by the submissions so far.
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMar 22nd 2011

    Girl with a Ghost Dog? Sign me up for retro ass-kicking and spirit plane adventures.
      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeMar 22nd 2011 edited
    @ everyone hot damn! Sizer you're twisted - she's winking at us

    • CommentAuthorXiao Mao
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
    Stupid question:
    Why are these exercises called "Chinese Whispers"?
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    @David Lee the twisted body of the bully.
    @Fernando Lucas..simple and sweet...nice framing with the bottle.
    @Hartter..nice graphic design.
    @Jason A. Quest....Dog-boy rocks..
    @paul...sweet as usual.
    @HEY APATHY! the dark chunkiness of the lines.
    is it me or is everyone bringing their A-game this week?
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    "Chinese Whispers" is one of many names for a game in which one person whispers something to someone, who whispers it to the next person, etc. until the last person reports what he thinks the original message was, and everyone laughs at how much it changed. The idea here is to ignore what one may know about the original (if anything), and produce something based solely on what Warren over there mutters.
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
    Weird thing, really. Seems there was a fashion for marketing various games and trinkets as oriental/exotic some time in the 20's? Probably coincided with orientalism, art noveau and all that. Sounds to me like the most likely origin of the name.
    • CommentAuthorDronecraft
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
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    @Paul Sizer - "Especially for brave British girls" - I love that :)

    @Hey Apathy - Your linework is really robust and dynamic!

    @dronecraft - Very nice. Is that watercolor or photoshop?
    • CommentAuthorDronecraft
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
    Thanks David - it's Photoshop with watercolour brushes and added textures
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
    What cool thread... last week was excellent as well, I couldn't get anything done for time issues, and this week I'm recovering from appendectomy... Still, maybe before the deadline's due I get something done!
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011 edited
    It's great that everyone can find one aspect of the stories that they want to focus on.

    HEY APATHY: Again, the sheer density of your work just kills me!
    Fernando: Really nice simple forms, as always.
    Jason Quest: Thank you for echoing my thoughts that ALL of those titles, when said in a certain way, have a kind of porno feel to them.
    Dronecraft: Your painting has a very acid hazy feel to it, which is perfect for the vibe.

    More more more! I want to see if Pia or Afua can step in and kick it up a notch.
    And Sobreiro; HEAL UP AND RECOVER, friend!
    • CommentAuthorDronecraft
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
    Thanks Sizer!
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    @Sizer: I was thinking more "shojo" than "porno". But to be honest, the pornographic possibilities go through my head with every remake/remodel I think about. A hazard of being an amateur pornographicnovelist, I suppose. :)
    • CommentAuthorBevis
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
    Misty, by way of Bunty and EC Comics. School Of The Lost, naturally. Just pretend I photoshopped in a gothic school type background.

      CommentAuthorEd Sludden
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011 edited
    Bevis: FULL OF WIN!
    Ed Sludden: FULL OF WIN!