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Fujiko's Art Topic, Come one, come five.
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Fujiko do you also draw in the art style often seen in Japanese manga?
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There are a few ways I could reply to that.

First off, there's no one manga style.

Second...



I got 99 problems and drawing in different styles ain't one.
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More character sketches! Whoops, Flatbow looks like he's from the 50's instead of somewhere around 1910.
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An interesting cast of characters, I'd say. You must keep working on this - especially since it involves swords, revolvers, bugles, and anachronistic clothing.

Also, Fujiko doesn't adhere to any one particular style, but you probably figured that out by now!
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Thank you! It's becoming more and more likely that this will actually go somewhere!



More sketches of Worrison, he uses a sword so I drew some fighting poses. I need to work on making him consistently broad-shouldered.

Also, he is progressively looking more like a cross between Dudley Do-Right and Roger Daltrey. I don't know if that's a good thing or not, but it has been met with positive reactions!



More sketches, and a bonus Lennon!

By the way, I do know that the RCMP had no presence in British Columbia until the 50's, but this also has biomechanical tasers, clockwork robots, and human GPS. I think I've established that some facts have no place here.



This was made as a joke while I was talking to people on Skype.
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Maple syrup also consumes your arms!

Let me know if you'd like for me to create a dedicated page for your comic. I'm pretty sure I could program a simple page-scrolling script that would make it easier to read if it grows to a lot of pages.
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fujiko you've definitely improved a lot since the last time i saw your work, keep at it because i think you're getting somewhere with this :D
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Thank you so much!

http://lennonhead.tumblr.com/post/23584827150/i-made-a-thing-for-social-studies-with-my-best

Animation. You can tell what was done by me and what was done by my friend.



Due South doodles! Ah, how I love my weird old dramatic presentation. These are the two main characters (well, for most of it).
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I cannot comprehend how horse racing announcers, auctioneers, and BT Forums moderators can talk so fast. I enjoyed the Flash animation thingy, although I can't help but note that Troy Aikman was a 1990's quarterback, not a linebacker.

Also, 'tis nice to see another art post.
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Dinnae ken Yankee football.



I was bored in Social Studies, so here are some Hetalia OCs of the provinces and territories.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provinces_and_territories_of_Canada

Here is a helpful list, supplied because a friend of mine thought British Columbia was on the Atlantic coast.

Quebec's sign says "Ça va mal".
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