Sunday, June the 12th, 2005

The more hectic things get, the bigger my need to goof around gets. I’ve been working on characters for the comic again, and here’s part of a potential, to be based on Scooby’s Daphne Blake.

Daphne like character

This drawing was created in Inkscape, with a touchpad.

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6 Responses to “Inspired, stolen, what’s the difference?”

  1. Lemme call myself the pretty Anon Lady for now says:

    If u wrote something that was a lil less non-geeky/techie, maybe i cud write an intelligent comment.

    Stolen but nice! :)

  2. wahgnube says:

    I will think of a less nerdy things to write about, or show you samples of such things I have written before. Like this, for instance. That was day before or somehing. Uninteresting, yes. But was that really that nerdy?

    But first, as a guy-geek, do I parse your nickname as the lady who’s “pretty anonymous”, or a “pretty lady” who’s anonymous?

    Idle curiosity, of course. :)

    And thank you. Strangely, I’m actually proud of the calves I gave her. (And now, I’ve shared too much information, which usually results in much future awkwardness.)

    Update: Found a teaser!

  3. Airite! I'm pretty n Anonymous and a gal to top it all! says:

    well, not THAT nerdy… i wudnt have left a comment then. But…….. forget it… u wudnt wanna know wot my 3rd eye tells me wud ya? :-p

  4. wahgnube says:

    Actually, I do. Just what does your third eye tell you?

  5. Since i'm not that anon anymore... can i jus call myself pretty? says:

    My 3rd eye’s gone blind now and its singing song 2… Woohoooooo! :-p

    Eeeeks, there i go again… were were we? yeah i know the spelling’s all screwed and u’d point that out for sure and… heyyy, now i remember how i landed up on ur blog!

  6. wahgnube says:

    I will make it a point not to point out anything of the sort.

    At least for a little while.

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