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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Early Fashion Statements


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  1. 'Thag' must be the ancient version of 'swag' !

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    1. Haha. That's right. Thag's got his Neander-Swag on.

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  2. Lovin' those socks, too. Early fashionista!

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    1. Yeah, they do look like socks, don't they. I was trying to make them look like Uggs. Very Early Uggs. Did you know that Oog named them Uggs first?

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  3. No, I will be the pattern of all patience; I will say nothing. ( W. S.)

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  4. Hi Ted, nice to see some activity here ;) How are you?

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    1. Yes, it is nice to finally see some activity around here again. I'm okay, and I have some time again for the blog.

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  5. That kind of attire was more successful in the Highlands, where animals were slower and were attracted to flashy colorful designs. :)

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    1. I think you are right, Juan. Unfortunately, Thag and Oog live in the Lowlands.

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  6. Ah an early MacGregor Kilt...No wonder we were bad hunters and resorted to stealing other peoples sheep...by ....er......killing them first....then we got our name banned. Funny those cave cartoons Mr.Ted!

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    1. Ha. I thought of the MacGregor clan when I drew that hideous outfit. I was hoping you wouldn't hurl a heavy pole at me.

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  7. I think this moment is when that cardinal rule of fashion - Never mix your plaids - was coined. I, too, love the socks!!!!!!

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  8. I asked Santa for your book for Christmas. Is it done yet?

    ps. Your Meatball monsters are waaaaaaay cool! Hope you've been well. :)

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  9. Wow, a Sinclair Sighting. Hi Bella. Yeah, the book... still working on it. Thank you for rattling my cage on that. The cartoon book took a back seat to animation work at WB, but now I'm home again and have a couple months to work on it again. I will finish it, I promise. Thanks! Are you back for awhile?

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  10. Merry Christmas Ted ... I laughed like a drain. I didn't realise you had a thing for cavemen. Maybe you could do us a caveman Santa.

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    1. Hey, that's a great idea. Let me think about this...

      Merry Christmas to you!

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  11. SO fun Ted. It's the nicer Michael Kors from project runway critiquing his plaid-clad friend. Happy Christmas to you!!

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    1. Merry Christmas, Shirley. You know, just between you and me, I used to watch that show. haha. It reminded me of my days at art school, and I like crafts. I was always wrong about the fashions, though.

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  12. HAHA! Hilarious. Love the socks especially. Happy 2014!

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