Happy Memorial Day! The Rugrats don't stand a chance against these super tough babies.
If they're old enough to walk, then they're old enough to fight - that's what I say!!
I remember you made a post about this in the early days of your blog, but you haven't spoke much of it since. You should make an episode of this for your story blog.
This would be a crazy ass show!
Hey, come to give a class to Argentina!!! HAHAHA I'll pay you in bananas and roast meat. I'm kidding I'll give you all the money you ask.
Those babies come out of the womb fighting."Brave babies don't cry, they just fade away"
Memorial Day has never been this cute!!!
LOL! Is that a bash at all those "baby" versions of classic characters?G.I. Joe Babies!
So cute! Especially the General-looking one with the huge bottle in his mouth.
Small soldiers, literaliy!
Happy Memorial Day! I walked down to the train station today and was alarmed to see a bunch of army guys shooting guns in the air at random. Hopefully they were loaded with blanks.Here is a link to the many studies I have done since I started following your blog. I'm very sure that I am at a satisfactory point to take your class.construction studies, etcThanks for looking,Elana
They ALL look like John McCain!
I did a brush inking of Jimmy.Take a peak.Inking The Idiot
I'll buy a G.I. Joe Babies shirt if you make one. The premise itself is funny enough so that random people at school will think my shirt is awesome.Also, I found an animatic from the Heartaches pilot. Somebody leaked it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQ9u81XwMOEFrom the bottom of my 14 year old loins, I can say I'd definately date Roxy. Too bad it's illegal for you to draw her naked.
As long as they don't hit the soft spot on the head!Ha ha, super cool cartoons Jim Smith!
Now all we need is one of the babies tacking on a last-minute moral that has nothing to do with the violence.
I watched the baby shows as a kid along with Ren & Stimpy. If this were a cartoon, though, I would have watched no other baby shows. Happy belated Memorial Day, John & Jim!
Wow! It's like Rod Scribner drew all these, only better! Fantastic stuff!!!
I didn't know The Hearthaches was suposed to include Jimmy Hendrix' music! That animatic looked supercool, and of course, G.I. Joe Babies are fantastic too.
These characters are so nice, dont forget to include in the spumco art book
Those illustrations pretty much sum up my opinion of soldiery. Way to go, John K.!!!
Hey John! In case you haven't seen this...I'm sorry for the heart attack I'm about to give you: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/20/movies/20looney.html
Happy Memorial Day...someday, this idea will go through....:)
Post a Comment