This is great, Ken. I'm glad to see you got it finished. You're a talented fellow. (I'm working on calling more people "fellow" before that word becomes completely forgotten).
Golly gee willikers, thanks Shane. You're a swell guy! (I talk like this all the time. We owe it to our ancestors.)
This looks great! Nice drawing and painting. Very well done!
My favorite part of this drawing is the baby panda. He appears to be a pacifist who's been wrangled into a bad situation. WOnderful, wonderful work, Ken.
I'm not sure I'd like to be in a dark alley with them bears. My one semester in college karate wouldn't do much to fend on these guys. Great characters! Keep 'em comin'!
This is great Ken! It was a great drawing to begin with, but the colors make it amazing!
Many thanks guys! I've really enjoyed visiting your sites and see your incredible work. Good eye Adrian! I haven't developed the story fully, but the baby panda will play a role in it's conclusion.
nicewho knew that the four of them could unite to fight crimeat least im assuming they fight crimebut considering goldilock's past . . .
This is tooo COOL!
Nice painting! I still like how you portrayed Goldilocks as a Ninja, etc... :)
Hey, when are you gonna give me your address so I can invite you to Toon Club?
Ken- I really dig this painting! The expressions and personality of each character are great, and the colors all really work well together. Nice one indeed!
Camera Shy, you'll have to buy the book when it's published and find out. Nice thought though.Alina, Thanks. I need to visit your site again, I hope you've posted recently. You've got some great stuff going on.Thanks Ailene!Patrick, thanks for stopping by. I'm glad it's working.Thanks for your comments everyone! Please stop again.
I agree with heri - this one rock! :D My favourite is the girl on the left side (or a guy in disguise?), and her fan which is supposed to ... protect her? Hihi. I love it.
Thanks Muffin. Glad it's a hit. About the girl with her fan, it's an idea I based on a Ripley's Believe It or Not cartoon I saw as a kid, I've forgotten most of the details, but here's the story (as much of it as I can recall): A Samurai Warrior, armed only with a fan defeated over *60 warriors armed with swords, axes, etc. (one after another). A detail that wasn't mentioned, and this is speculation on my part, but I think the fan was made of iron, not paper.*(not sure if the number of guys he fought is accurate)Many thanks for dropping by!
Weel done...a beautifull draw.
this is a really nice piece. Great character designs, composition, colors. wow, I dig it.
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