Wednesday, February 23, 2011

I win at Internets vol. 2

More from the collection of randomness I've created.









If you haven't figured it out by now, I have a fondness for Daleks.  The two of these took a couple hours each to do, but it was a labor of love.















20 comments:

  1. Oh I like these. I really love the last one about the primary colors.

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  2. A block of cheese: The NRA's new mascot.

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  3. Tell them primary colours we secondary are complex...
    Diet really sucks...really lovely ones...

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  4. Poor little greenie, so unloved XD and I loved the cheese one.

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  5. you are very good at this!

    fu, primary colors!

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  6. Didn't even know what a Dalek was. Looked it up, and then said, "Wow," because I'd seen your drawings first. I'm still not scared of them, of course, but at least I have something else I can add to the list of things I have less bumps than.

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  7. Major.Mack, Daleks are an extraterrestrial race of genetically manipulated mutants who post subliminal images on blogs in order to manipulate you into believing that amoebas come in primary colors. Their motives are unknown.

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  8. Very impressive with the Daleks! Cheese with attitude tastes better!

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  9. All very good. I especially like the cheese's statement.
    xoRobyn

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  10. I LOVED PLAYING DALEKS ON MY 1995 "name escapes me" cphone. BTW...love the tree one. And the rat snout.

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  11. Those are amazing! My son would love them, as do I, of course, as do I. Green should actually be happier because he's made of TWO primaries!

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  12. Exterminate! Oh sorry, my Doctor Who is showing.

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  13. You are one talented fellow my friend! Seriously...

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  14. That rat is like rizzo the rat's even tougher cousin.

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  15. I used to pretend that primary colours were like the grandparents of the colour wheel. I also used to pretend my crayons were people, so this probably explains the former.

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  16. I want BBC now...
    Furthermore, I'd like to point out the very serious issue you brought up with that last picture. Green, the product of Yellow and Blue, is clearly being neglected by his parents and their crazy friend Red. For less than a dollar a day, you can support neglected and abused secondary colors just like Green. Just call the number at the bottom of your screen now, and you'll even get a free FEELING OF ABSOLUTE GUILT.

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