Damn you, Kim, I wanted to see the end of the strip!Looked like it was turning out to be ace!
that's very clever actually.and the stick people do resemble the s.p. characters we use. haha, i like it McShae.
I thought it was really clever and actually opens up the possibility of widening the styles we could have with Blunt Cogs.It started off with SouthPark characters because that just seemed the easiest way to go, but I think these stick-characters have real charm.At the other extreme, I came across a site today where someone's using The Sims to create their own characters and stories (http://adventuresincyberia.blogspot.com/). I can't say the stories do much for me, but I was impressed with the concept.
Excellent, Binty. But then you do teach art.
whoa binty, muy impressivo dude ~ hehehe ~ but hey, those stick figures are a hell of a lot better than I could do.
neat idea Kim. i'm sure we'll come up with something eventually. we will want to break away from using someone elses generated artwork. (i kind of do already) but i've got a few other projects on the horizon before i can start work on that! projects that involve $$!!but seriously, McShae, the sticks.. they made me laugh. you did a great job.
Cheers guys... But footsie, I said I'm an artS teacher, and the arts are quite a broad area... I can't actually draw for shit!
I like how you're holding your beer like a suitcase... and still your art skills are better than mine... nicely done, Binty!
Great idea Binty! Me am jealous that me not think of it meself!!!
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