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Weeds Strike Back!
When you venture into the far side of you lawn, be afraid. be veerrryyy afraid!
I like the idea !
haha, that's a clever concept :-)
Hahaha, nice idea !
You don't know if he's gonna get beheaded, or just a haircut ;)
I like the concept!!
Reminds me of a Plympton film. Funny stuff!
Very good concept and illo!
haha, funny, nice mirroring. Maybe have the shears pieces of sharpened sticks tho?
Thnxx everyone, I'm glad you guys like it!
@PluShu: haha, I bet he'd prefer a haircut!
@EnAjustes: You mean Bill Plympton? His work sounds interesting, I'll try to source it out.
@FA, heh, too late to make changes now.
good idea. needs better execution.
Haha hilarious concept!
I did something like this once:Shear Bad Luck
...the illustration could be a bit more dynamic, and the colors clash with the shirt quite a bit
@Ste7en, hah, nice work there!
@Brandon, yeah, some people did tell me it needed a hand-drawn feel, but I did this one straight in Corel.
Plympton is a great animator. All his stuff is awesome. There's a sequence of a weed chasing a gardener in his feature length "I married a strange person!".
Loved it! you got my vote:)
please enter my design and vote for me!:)
@EnAjustes: hehe, that sounds hilarious! I saw his website and the stuff he had on. Affordable, but the shipping costs to India are rather prohibitive.
@BP22: It's a give-and-take. I spend a fair amount of time checking out other ppl's critiques, posting meaningful feedback (not crap like "Love it! Check out mine"), and leaving a link back to my critique at the end of the post.
@iBeenThee: It's considered impolite to leave a link you your work on submission pages. You can do that only in the critiques.
haha thats funny man great idea! i feel that the weed looks more like grass than a pesky plant but hey you got it across! thanks for the feedback btw really appreciated!
Pesky plant, hehe. I'd given it eyes and wicked teeth in my first draft, and it looked really gonzo! It's still there in the critiques.