Fred and Barney get into a yelling match and soon it escalates into firearms. They begin taking potshots at each other while Wilma and Betty keep track of who scores the most hits. Fun for the whole family.
Shoot Fred between the eyes. (Good luck!)
It's an arcade of some sorts.
This is off-topic, but what do you think of Disney's World War II cartoons?Also, I used to love arcades.
Ahhh, Fred and Barney resurface! Please don't keep us waiting too long!Your nostalgia reminded me the Clampett folks's Beany and Cecil vol 1 and 2 are fascinating looks at Bob's career and creativity! They also remain interested in releasing the JK B&C's, including some that apparently never aired! I hope something can be worked out so those goodies become available again!
I like Fred's hair :).Btw, I just posted in the "best tools for cartoonists" blog. Not sure how often you check old blogs, so just in case here's the LINK to some of my work. Would love any feedback. Thanks :) .
Hey John. Just wanted to tell you that I got into Rutgers University, New Brunswick yesterday night, a reputable four year research university. Not wasting my damn money on crappy ass art school. You were right! I already told Eddie and Vincent about it, but forgot to tell you too.
a little off topic, but I was wondering if you had a better copy of your 'Big Bad Wolf' commercial available, or if you could put one online? I'm doing some studies off of it, but the versions that are on youtube are really low quality and some of the finer lines are getting lost. Thanks either way!
Also a bit off topic while waiting for the mystery to end :-)JK, to suggest a future topic:What do you like best about TOON BOOM and what do you like least (other than the compatability between versions)? Sub-question: Do you find the deformer stuff in Harmony interesting?
Mr. K I hope to one day meet you and talk about basic construction and high taxes. The West coast will rue the day such collaboration was achieved.
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