Saturday, January 15, 2011

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10 comments:

Steven M. said...

Popeye's hidden innuendos continue.

Alberto said...

Yikes! Cyclops Popeye?

Shmoo said...

Hey John. I gotta quick question and some comments: In the Ren and Stimpy 'Uncut' DVD set, where is the Bloody Head Fairy in the episode 'Haunted House?' Then in 'Big Baby Scam' the stubble scene set to Raymond Scott's 'Powerhouse' appears to be cut short. Not to mention when they take the family bath and hand the 'kids' over to the dude with the chicken leg on his head, the part when he whistles to them is cut as well. Just wondering what you knew about that.

On a more positive note, 'Naked Beach Frenzy' is probably the greatest cartoon I've ever seen in my life. No doubt it is the best cartoon made since the 1950's, more likely the 1940's.

Real quick- my bother gave me the best Christmas gift I've ever had in my life- The sketch you did of Elroy (and Jane(s)) that you used in 'Toy Drawing 8: Don't Forget the Space Behind the Face.' Elroy's Line of Action is the best ever and I don't even draw.

John K. you are the greatest philosopher of the 21st century. Keep up the amazing work.

By the way, how do I get into voice acting? Everybody I know says I'm a human cartoon. Weird.

Shmoo said...

Sorry my comments don't apply to the post. I hope you understand guy.

Rothello said...

is that a reject from the island of misfit toys?

Trey Brown said...

rodney and boowinky?

K-T said...

Popeye, what happened to you?!

Trevor G. said...

LOL Alberto, you took the words RIGHT out of my head. haha

I said to myself, 'what am I looking at a cyclops Popeye?'

AJ said...

After reading this post i had a quick go at scuplting popeye and fred in clay. I say without a doubt popeye is much more fun to work on because of his odd proportions. though at times his fore arm wieght is a bit of a pain. Fred is good fun but his proportions are more balanced so less thought is needed.

LOWENBOT and PEACHY said...

Can you just take a photo of your chest hair? We'll put it on our blog