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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Urban Poodle

I found this cartoon in a stack of old Xerox paper when I was overhauling my studio. I must have drawn it years ago because I completely forgot about it. Spruced it up a bit and here ya go!  -Ted

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  1. I find this exceptionally funny :)

    I have had many a dog run up to my dog and even worse my children snarling and woofing and crappy dog owners going 'it's all right he doesn't mean any harm.'

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    1. Exactly. We've all heard that but who believes it? Thanks, Chibi.

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  2. ...and she probably finishes 'em off with her cane after Little Cookie does her thing. Hahaha.

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    1. Oh you betcha, that would be my kinda of granny!

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  3. Whooooaaaa! Poodle in da hood! She looks tough, I tell you. Who is that hiding behind his master? Great Dan? Hehehehe.

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  4. I blame the lack of after school programs for the poodle's status. And hey, I'm in the middle of a move and I found some old stuff that I'll be posting soon, maybe. It's fun to find and look through old stuff, ain't it :)

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    1. That's funny, but let's not get too touchy-feely now, Mauricio. ha.
      Looking forward to seeing some old gems from the art trunk.

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  5. The little dogs are the worst. My dog Mungo who is fairly big, is always getting bitten on his ankles from rear on attacks...naturally he occasionally tries bite size self defence..If we weren't with him nobody would know what had happened and another missing dog poster would go up on the village lamp posts.

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  6. Ha! I've met some little fluffy bluffers out there. Just don't turn your back on them!

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  7. I meant to say...I am impressed with this drawing angle Ted...Its like it was drawn by a cartoonist up a tree...I'm gonna start looking at things from that tree in my head!

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    1. Thanks, Roderick. I didn't think about it but yes, I was up a tree. Hey, also try angles while sitting in a hole.

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  8. ha ha, I have a great sunday evening now! :)

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    1. You know that means a lot to a cartoonist, to hear that. Maybe I can brighten people's days just a little. thank you!

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  9. Bahahahaha! I'll cut you! Hahahahahaha! I had a pretty good day, but this puts a cherry on top of it all. G'night and thanks!

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  10. Holy moly, that dog is a frickin' psycho!!!! Excellent mate! :)
    I've never trusted those lil' dogs.. And here's the proof, they ain't right!! Love big dog hiding behind the owner! HEHE

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  11. Aaaahhh!! Wouldn't want to meet that Cookie in a dark alley...he's a definite psycho!! It's the manicured hair that poodles have...it's a good disguise for a bad boy!!

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  12. Bwahahahahaha!!! Her mustache totally makes this!!!

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  13. It's the little yappy ones that will get ya all the time. Spot one. I especially love the BIG dog hiding behind his owner.

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  14. Poodles are definitely scary. My Goldie thinks similar and growls at everything that is small and has been in a dog beauty salon.
    Thanks for a laugh.

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  15. Oh Lordy, this reminds me all too vividly of my teenage days as a newspaper carrier. I was nipped by many a cookie. Isn't it meant to be the other way round?

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  16. My little pooch who I now miss greatly was a bit of a cookie if she thought I needed protecting, but like this Cookie, she was all bluff. I love her moustache like whiskers. As always, your characters are funny and very likeable, warts (or whiskers) and all.

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  17. That's a fun surprise to find in a stack of old Xerox paper!

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  18. I have experiences with poodles. They're cute but they are not innocent. Where did she get that blade?

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  19. The epitome of a bully.... Pretty funny!!

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