Had to share this.
Had to share this.
Check this baby out.
I spent my last night that I shoulda been working Mega Mouth in the break area, recovering from getting clocked in the eye. Some moron yelled “cowabunga” or something, and DOVE into the puppet’s mouth,completely slamming the entire mechanism backward and into my face,knocking me down. I worked 20 more minutes until someone came to check on me, and by then, I was staggering.Got quite the shiner to show for it! I waited for a couple of days to take a photo, so it would be at its most gruesome, with plenty of colors. 😀
If anyone is wondering, I did get back at the guy, a teenager, since he made the mistake of standing there afterward yukking it up with his friends. Although they couldn’t see me at all, they knew they’d done something “kewl” and were contemplating jumping on the puppet again. That’s when I managed to get up, grab the controls again, and totally smear the jackass against the opposite wall, taking a few of his friends with him.
This is awesome. I’m SO sick of the slutted-up versions of all my favorite costumes.
For all my fellow readers who have an inner fear of clowns, and also marvel at the things people will put on YouTube, complete with distracting junk in the background and horrendous camera angles,I give you this.
So somebody decided they liked my pal Smits’ art work of the Beatles, namely this darling drawing of Ringo and a fangirl.
They decided to add it to their Deviantcrap, so they simply chopped off Smits’ work at the watermark, didn’t credit or even give the real name of the piece.
If I could find the names and credit every photo I use in my blogs, I would. I put it out there–if this is yours, let me know, I will credit you, take it down, whatever you ask. The originators deserve the recognition. And I would not even DREAM of snatching someone else’s artwork and displaying it as mine. People like you,”Ilovebeatlegeorge”(God, what a way to give George a bad name) are precisely, PRECISELY the reason we artists and photographers DO load up our work with watermarks.
UPDATE: The offending piece has been removed! Thanks for your support and reports, everyone!
I have now decreed that the YaddaDaddas will remain armless.
They look ridiculous.
Poor Bleach was the recipient of these weird little sausage arms today, and he didn’t look too happy about it.
I don’t like how they feel or work; so I finally decided they will be limbless, like little snakes. Not a problem, really; I’ve gotten so used to them without arms.I just wish I’d tried them earlier, as I spent all of today cutting out and sewing arms to put on all these guys.
The Feetles will simply be a subspecies of Yadda that has small arms. Can’t really play guitars without them.