broadside ballads for the modern man
2002 days ago
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I can only repeat myself: teen heartthrob Kate Beaton is a master of drawing expressive faces.
"These last few days, we've talked about some wonderful plans. And then you go on an idealistic binge. You give up your job, you throw away all your security, and then you expect me to be happy about it!"
Oh, come now, 2nd pic is clearly John Wayne in The Quiet Man (whether you realized it or not) ... oh, golly, Maureen O'Hara was soooo gorgeoso in that! (OK, she was pretty gorgeoso in everything -- and in Mo34thS she so delightfully said "These last few
or a jules feiffer feel
dude in the middle of the first page looks hella kerouac
I'm seeing Stephen Fry in the top two panels.
If it does not offend your artistic sensibilities, I will choose to read it from centre right, anticlockwise, as a rags to riches story from being a young librarian with Perry Masons in her eyes to becoming the face of Murder, She Wrote. Only I...I'm not
the lady at the top isn't anyone- none of them are anyone, I was just drawing. Except Elizabeth and also George IV farting, that was an example of contemporary political cartoons I was demonstrating
Top left: a young Angela Lansbury?
The lady in the top right corner looks pretty frisky.
TAX FARTS ARE THE WORST FARTS
It says 'TAXES'! I love the drawing style here.
I love the way you draw people.
Hah, is that Sir Walter Raleigh talking to Queen Elizabeth?
a big ruff is never enuff.
also, does that fart say "takes"? i am intrigued.
Some of these have a very Quentin Blake feel to them
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