Friday, January 12, 2007

Anthony works in the grocery store

9 Comments:

At 11:38 AM, January 13, 2007, Blogger Kathryn said...

I'm please you met Anthony, but you need to work on drawing your nose so that it looks like yours. Your hair is very good, though.

 
At 11:39 AM, January 13, 2007, Blogger Kathryn said...

I'm please you met Anthony, but you need to work on drawing your nose so that it looks like yours. Your hair is very life-like, though.

 
At 4:46 PM, January 13, 2007, Blogger Richard Mason said...

Noses are hard.

 
At 7:46 PM, January 13, 2007, Blogger pAuL said...

See, I kinda like the nose. But the hair looks like that playdough thing that squeezes it out of little holes. Keep up the good drawing

 
At 10:39 AM, January 14, 2007, Blogger Richard Mason said...

I improved the nose (I think).

 
At 2:00 AM, January 15, 2007, Blogger Kathryn said...

That's much better!

 
At 10:39 AM, January 21, 2007, Blogger Ashbloem said...

I misspelled something and it bothered me. Here is the comment, corrected:

Richard, I LOVE these. You are an awesome cartoonist. I had no idea, except for the fact I know you can do just about anything.

I just saw you on a Jeopardy rerun on Friday. It was a funny coincidence, as I had said to my sister just two days before that I wished I had seen the ones you were on.

 
At 7:23 AM, January 23, 2007, Blogger Richard Mason said...

I feel like I am part of an art movement. Like seventy years from now there will be a wing of the Getty devoted to Staticist cartoons of the early twenty-first century.

"In preceding decades, the quality of drawing and the degree of action portrayed had played a smaller and smaller role in comic strips. [picture of Dilbert] Finally in the mid-naughts, comic strips were replaced with endlessly repeated stencils with no variation at all. [pictures of Get Your War On, Dinosaur Comics, etc.]"

 
At 7:25 AM, January 23, 2007, Blogger Richard Mason said...

Maybe not a wing. Maybe, you know, a temporary exhibit.

 

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