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The Happy Bicyclist

April 18, 2010

Here’s a man enjoying a nice bike ride through the country.
He gradually evolved into Richard Nixon as I drew him. I see a bit of Squidward in him, as well.

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WAR WALRUS

April 18, 2010

I’ve always felt that walruses aren’t nearly big enough. Think of what they could accomplish if they were bigger!
Also, their tusks would be guns.

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You can’t fight in the War Room!

April 18, 2010

A not-too-strictly-accurate picture of Dr. Strangelove, because I had no reference. I like it, though.

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Mormons

April 18, 2010

There were some people handing out Bibles at school a while ago. I found them inspiring.

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The Dandyman Can!

April 18, 2010

Charles Weltzheimer, “Dandiest Man Alive” for three years running, is a gentleman-explorer. He spends most of his time flying in his stylish aeroplane, hunting down endangered species for his mantle, and oppressing the primitives he encounters around the world.

Oh, joy of joys! What a wonderfully dandy feather!

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Caesar Bean

April 18, 2010

A doodle inspired by Caesar’s appearance in the 1953 movie, Julius Caesar, which we watched in English class. I started off drawing a whole character, but lost interest and finished him as a bean. I was kinda hoping Caesar beans were an actual thing, and that it would turn into a pun. I guess not.

I can think of no thing more pathetic than a hypothetical pun.

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An Olden, Olden Beggar-Man

April 18, 2010

I was inspired to draw someone really old after rewatching Return of the Jedi.

This guy lives in Stickington’s extensive hobo district.