Tried something a little different today by adding some grey to the sticky note. Here are more desert cartoons.
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Reminds me of the chicken dissection I did at University yesterday.
Oooh shading! Very nice!
I am surprised that an ACME product actually worked.
It might work now because the government is longer involved.
I’m more surprised that Wild E. Coyote caught the Road Runner to begin with. Something Doug fails to explain. tsk tsk tsk.
Maybe this style will grow on me – but right now I prefer the simplicity of just outlines without shading.
Shading looks cool!
Like the new style!
The grey works VERY nice!
Hey, you are really working outside the box. It isn’t a chicken!
I just want to know why it took him so long to figure this out…
That is seriously twisted!
He finally got that road runner!
Finally found a use for the hole besides falling through it, excellent.
He should have thought of this before
I like the shading – and that that stupid roadrunner finally got what was coming to him.
I thoroughly enjoyed the shading.
I’m sorta expecting something to come crawling out of that hole. Maybe Bugs Bunny? He makes a wrong turn to Albuquerque and you never know where he’ll end up.
That would be awesome!
Thanks everybody for the thoughts about the shading! Just something that I added on a whim and liked the look of, especially for this one because Wile E. Coyote didn’t look quite right without his customary two-tone colouring.
I’ve always felt somewhat sorry for Wile E. esp when Road Runner provokes him. Good to see him winning for once.
The portible hole was invented CALVIN Q. CALCULUS wasnt it?
Aaargh! Change! Make it stop!
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