Cartoon crocodile
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toonsUp Member - 26.02.08 16:06

Thanks all of you who took the trouble to post comments. The trees in the background (from Ron) aren't copied from another cartoon - I was trying to play with half-tone wash and get an 'Everglades' feel to the background. Obviously I was not very successful. And yes (Maca) I should have drawn the hook and clock larger. I fell down on a very basic piece of cartoon design: I know what the gag is about, but if the people viewing it do not see the details, then the gag has failed.

You are right.

Thanks again,

Clive Collins
Ron (toonsUp admin) - 25.02.08 21:56
What a great detailed crocodile. You really put a lot of work in it!
The trees in the background somehow seem not to belong there, have you copied them in from a different cartoon? They seem to have a different style...
PS: I've also discovered the clock and hook on the second sight (pardon by bad english).
toonsUp Member - 25.02.08 20:28
I like it as well, though the small but important details are really very difficult to see.
Volkertoons - 25.02.08 20:20
Uh, I'm so stupid! ^^" Of course, Hook! The Crocodile from Neverland! I think it took a while because I couldn't identify that hook-thing at first. But now - great!
Volkertoons - 25.02.08 20:13
Very well drawn and cool style. But I don't understand it - there's a clock and somthing I cannot identify coming out of the croco... that means?
cSTRAUSS - 25.02.08 18:48
the end of Captain HOOK ?

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