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Monday, May 21, 2007

Green Alien



He is as stupid as you choose.
Update: Michael Fleming writes in that this is the look his son gets when he is chasing him. So, this friendly green alien is as playful as you choose!

8 comments:

  1. he he it's a green smell stalker! really funny looks good-humoured.

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  2. Another great character. Always impressive. I love your blog! I'm glad you post as much as you do. Inspiring work.

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  3. I just can't get enough of your work! I don't think I have ever seen more appealing and well designed characters as you make...

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  4. He doesn't look dumb. This is the look my son gets when he is chasing me knowing that any second I will turn around and tickle him. It's a child-like sadism.

    Your blog is awesome and these characters are hillarious.

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  5. Wow! I really admire your work. I visit your blog everyday but this is the first time I write you. Your work is amazing! I´m from Uruguay, a little country in South America.

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  6. Flaviano, Shane, Richard, Michael, Pit! Many, many thanks!

    Pit! Uruguay! I always wanted to visit Montevideo! Thanks for visiting my blog regularly. (BTW: Uruguay is more than two times larger than Austria :)

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  7. I love your characters. Your blog is truely inspiring.
    -- Rusty --

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