Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Who REALLY Believes In The American Way?

Here's your typical hapless American. Who should he look up to to solve his problems and protect him from a vile world full of communists, atheists, terrorists, optometrists and other evil people who would bring us pain?





Well, you can wish for change....or you can take ACTION!

34 comments:

Jeremy said...

wow! that Obama looks great!

Todd said...

I'd vote for the pig...!

Kali Fontecchio said...

I call dibs on Hehog!

benj said...

I want that He-Hog in my living room and Barack is so COOL too;
his hands are so well-sculpted & well-designed and I really like his ears as well.
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Here's some more Goddam Georges I did this week-end.

BTW, thanks a lot for the comment you left. I'll try to loosen up a bit and get rid of those hard angles...

See ya,
Benjamin

Vincent Waller said...

Ill have one of each please.
Tell'em to get on it or they'll miss the election.

John A said...

I'm sure there will always be a place for He-Hog in an Obama Administration. (and I don't mean as B-B-Q.)

eyeslikesugar said...

Simply wonderful!

mdouglas said...

All are great, but the Obama has amazing detail!

Matt said...

Together, they are clearly the dream ticket. There is something a little off about the Clinton sculpture though.

Ughh. That was mean. I instantly feel worse for having said that.

Seriously, these are amazing!

AAAAAAAAAAron J said...

HEEEEEEEEEEEEEE HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOG and his buddy half-life as running mates? guwate. the libertarians win!

James N. said...

John, did you do these? The Obama one turned out really good!

David Germain said...

Wow! Hehog is backing Obama huh? I guess Ren and/or Stimpy are closet Mitt Romney supporters.

Whatever, I'd put my support behind Obama no matter what any cartoon characters say.

Zack said...

Brilliant.

Crumpled Up John! said...

Are those to be for purchase eventually? That would be sweeeet. Also, I'm pretty sure you don't have anything to do with this but have a look.

Theives?

Mitch K said...

WOW talent!

Eddie Fitzgerald said...

Obama looked great, especially from a 3/4 view! I can't wait these in stores!

Chip Butty said...

"WISH" hahaha

Guilherme said...

your toys are simply amazing!

how can I buy then online?

Nico said...

Wowwwwwwwwwwwww Obama looks terrific.
And Hehog and the others, too!!

Faso said...

These really came out beautiful man:) Did Chris do the He-Hog as well?

bruce said...

will these be for sale john?

Rob said...

The only terrorists are the bastards in our government. Don't fall for that Al Quieda bullshit.

Fuzzhound Lluis said...

Hello John!

I like Hehog!! and obama!!!hehehe

Take a look at what they do in my hometown in Spain Valencia, I think you would like it... they make huge cartoony sculptures then burn them down!!!

here is link to see last years sculptures... valencia fallas

Bill Field said...

OK-, JOHN & EDDIE Chester Gould may have predicted the Democratic Ticket for this year, BUT 63 YEARS EARLIER! Field of Candidates- my political blog spells out why B.O. Plenty- and the possible B.O./PawLENTY ticket in November, was forseen by 'ol Chester- it would be cool to have the name of a Dick Tracy character in the Presidential Roll Call in kid's textbooks! 3 Cheers for Chester!

http://fieldofcandidates.blogspot.com/

Jason Miskimins said...

Hey John...I was just watching the hi-rez version of the Weird Al "Close but no Cigar" video. I downloaded it and watched it a bunch of times...frame by frame.

Very inspiring. That video is a good example of how Flash can be used right.

It had the smooth movement of a big-budget picture along with your typical great posing. After seeing that video, I am excited to see more cartoons done in the same way. It's rare to see great posing along with very smooth animation.

"Classico" was great too...downloaded that as well.

This kind of stuff inspires me to get off my butt and try some animation.

Dan Spilatro said...

I want these now!!! Do you have any idea of a time line, of how much you have to do to get any of the toys out?

Barbara said...

Damn, He Hog is so cool...how the hell is he standing?? I'm impressed.

Shawn said...

Hooooooooly crap!

Joel Bryan said...

He-Hog has a snappy salute. It's so snappy, it makes patriotism ooze out of my eyeballs.

And matriotism.

The love of flags, anyway.

Mitch L said...

Hehog is amezing! That really would be my favorite cartoon of now.

Mitch L said...

Hee,

I take action and I made a study and an ink of the sculpture of He Hog.
See it here.

Michael Turek said...

those hands are amazing. Awesome sculpture.

Jim Rockford said...

HE-HOG GETS MY VOTE!

I'D LOVE TO SEE A TROUGH IN THE WHITE HOUSE!

MDC said...

Slightly off topic, but the hog reminds me of it! Hey John are you familiar with Dave Sim and Cerebus the Aardvark? (Dave is from Kitchener actually.) It was a comic book or more accurately a 300 page graphic novel. He was pretty ground breaking in terms of self publishing and he wrote countless articles and "op-ed" pieces about the whole comic book/self publishing world. It reminds me of this blog actually, only about 30 years too early! Stop me if you've heard this!