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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

I wish it were this easy...


32 comments:

  1. What could be a better way of getting rid of those characters?!!

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  2. Alas, it is not that easy. The demons immediately followed and have already slipped into the back seat!

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    1. ha ha. You're right, Lynn. It's just a fantasy to imagine they would be that easy to get rid of.

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  3. i'm puzzled why a car salesman would want to buy other ppl's inner demons. Maybe he has none of his own?

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    1. Alas, inner demons have a very low trade-in allowance. The dealer made his money on the overpriced sports car and Harold leaves without them. Everybody wins in my world. :)

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  4. oh if I could do with my inner demons as well as Harold, I would be driving a shiny Lamborghini MurciƩlago LP 640
    HA HA
    thanks for making me laugh again!!!

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  5. Does that work? Because I'm sure I've got enough for another sports car or 2! I'd rather pay that way than they way I did it the 1st time!!! (LOVE the demons themselves, by the way!)

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    1. Sadly, it's just my fantasy. But with cartooning we can create the world and characters, and make it so. Somehow I feel better afterward. As good a therapy as any.

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    2. The BEST therapy, in my opinion. Kind of bummed I can't get the car, though..... ;)

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  6. Golly gee, Ted...would that it could be that easy! I sure do like that clump of colorful demons. I don't think mine look quite like that...methinks they might be just a tad darker ;)
    ...and, finally, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  7. I really like your new Henny avatar. She is a strong character and has become permanently identifiable to you, and you her. It's very important to create a great character like that.

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    1. Thanks, Ted. Yours fits the bill, too (those eyeS, that NOSE)...
      I'd know you anywhere :)

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    2. Oh, that's not me. That's just a virus I drew a long time ago in a panel cartoon. I'm much uglier.

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    3. I always love coming back here. Laughing is guaranteed.

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  8. sigh........... i wish..........

    your demon drawings are cute :)

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  9. Ah hahaha! Man, do THEY look pissed. Hilarious. I do think they are kinda cute besides being pissed. Love it!

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  10. Loving the colours on this Shane. Fabulous image...

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  11. "Cartoonist dumps his inner demons into a cartoon!"

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  12. A bargain! He surely knew what he was doing.

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  13. Exactly what I thought.. I wish it were that easy.. :) :D Wonder what my inner demons look like. I like Harold's ones.

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  14. This must be the same Harold who had that purple crayon as a kid!!! Man, I'm more envious of his powers than ever. I used to fantasize about that book for hours at a time when I was little (& still do occasionally to this day!) But this fantasy goes one better because not only do you get the goodies, you get to unload all those beasts too! Why does Harold get all the best magic????

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  15. Because Harold lives in the cartoon world, and anything is possible there. That's why I keep returning again and again.

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  16. Just as me.......but there is a little difference : nobody wants my demons :(

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  17. Harold's demons are those guys in Monsters, Inc.!!!!

    i wont trade my inner demons whatsoever.
    hi POT i am doing okay, how are you doing?

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  18. haha thank you POT, have a nice weekend ok

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  19. Very nice one. I think if I trade my demons, I will end up with a Rolls Royce. Yes, that much and many.

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  20. This is really creative, it reminds me of the book "How to Get Ideas" because of your connection of dissimilar objects being used in nontraditional ways. If that's the case, then forget the inner demons, I think I'd be better off trading in all my attempts to work out and eat better that never went anywhere :)

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  21. Haha, I wonder what my inner demons look like!
    WIthout his demons Harold must be a super nice guy now :)

    Cheers,
    Junko

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  22. OMG! I know that blue fellow! He tried to sell me a used car last week!

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  23. Hoooeeeee those little demons are mad! Finally catching up and am so happy to see your recent posts..each one made me laugh..thank you! Really smart work you do Ted!

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