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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Geezer Ghost

When you occasionally hear something go bump in the night, don't be alarmed; it's just some old geezer ghost trying to find his way to the bathroom while tripping over your carpet, or banging his head on the cupboard door you forgot to close. Next time you hear a chair fall over backward followed by moaning?...  geezer ghost.

20 comments:

  1. excellent as always. Love the lighting effects and the minimal colours works really well.

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  2. I really like this one-both the idea and the lighting effects:)

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  3. Geezer Ghost, love it! and the chain he dropped before landing in a crumpled gesture at the base of the stairs. Nice!

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  4. Geezer Ghost...seasonal hilarity at its finest!

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  5. Haha good one Ted...this geezer looks like he had a radioactive death! I'm sure you're right about bumps in the night...its dark and even ghosts can be clumsy!

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  6. Haha the afterlife doesn't look good... but he can blame the chain now :)
    I love the color effect on the geezer ghost and candles.

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  7. thank you for the comment in my blog, I loved yout style, congrats.

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  8. Haha... so funny! I must tell you that this gag reminds me an idea I have in my notebook, but instead of a spiritist session the setting is Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". :)

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  9. i loves your blog :) you're a funny man, Ted :) Wish I had your gift of coming up with funny shit all the time :)

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  10. Aaaaawww! first time I felt sorry for a ghost. What happened? She forgot she can just glide or fly? Oh gee. Heheheheh! Do you know that funny people usually have high IQ levels? Richard Finemann was very funny :)

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    1. She? You mean Harold? He's a geezer ghost! He's always tripping and falling.

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    2. Ooop! I thought it was an old woman. Okay. Hahaha!

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  11. Haha, brilliant, Ted! Such a great concept and very 'human' too!

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  12. Well, you are just a wealth of handy information! First the tidbit about Godzilla's soprano screeching (cool fact, by the way). And now this. The next time I hear those strange knocking sounds and groans, I'll just be here, rollin' my eyes at the ol' geezer. Ha!

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  13. Ah! I've been hearing those noises ever since we moved into this house. Much is explained. Perhaps I'll leave out a plate of prunes & a few glow-in-the-dark band-aids for the poor fella.

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  14. HAHHHAAAA! Love it! OK, I'm now forewarned so I won't get too freaked out when things go bump in the night. Too fun..but poor ol' geezer ghost. That was a DOOZY of a fall. Hee!

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  15. Great! The picture of Harold on the wall as his mortal self is a nice touch. Story tellin!

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  16. You and your ideas.. very cool! :) :)

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  17. Love your technique, nice depiction of that luminescence and I love the joke, poor geezer ghost. Wonder if it would still hurt?

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