Tuesday, 13 May 2008

Page19 Plate2

11 comments:

NP said...

HUZZAH!

NP said...

HE HE HE! I bet you're all DREADING this!!!
Excellent work there, Dave, Excellent!

Colin Fawcett said...

Bloody hell nige your quick off the mark!
Nice stuff mister T

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D.TAYLOR said...

Hmm...a deleted comment. I wonder...

Take it away NP!

I. N. J. Culbard said...

YAY! Excellent work. A great big bucket of marvelousness. Love the UFO, how you carried the palette over and Mister Penney's expression in panel 2. Fine work, Dave, very fine work indeed.

Love your acknowledgment of the date and the irony of what Penney's saying. Great stuff.

Go for it Nigel.

Craig Conlan said...

Very nice work. Lovely colours on this page, Ian and Dave. Now, who is in that giant bejewelled hamburger? Will it make a huge parpy trumpet noise?

I. N. J. Culbard said...

I think Nigel must have been sat by the HUZZAH button since late Sunday night!

D.TAYLOR said...

Can you set the HUZZAH button to auto?

I. N. J. Culbard said...

Mine is.

Sort of.

I have winged monkeys dressed as bellboys smoking Havana bananas that sit on the internet all day that notify me as soon as someone has uploaded a new plate. I then stroll over to the bookcase and pull out my copy of "Paradise Lost" which activates a lever and a secret door in the wall slides back. There's a fire pole within the wall that leads down to the 'sanctum' and as I slide down that, by the time I reach the bottom I've changed into my "comic book artist" costume (complete with ACME writer mask). All that and my Butler, Alfred E. Newman fetches me hot coco while I work.

It's a ding dang dirty job but someone's gotta do it.

You know, when I imagine what your work would look like animated, I imagine Bill Plympton would be the man for the job. Especially when I see drawings like panel 2 here.

D.TAYLOR said...

And there's me thinking I'm the only one employing winged monkeys. (They told me as much)

I'd love to see some of my work animated...I wanted to be an animator once, in a past life. I rather thought you Ian would be the man for the job. So there!