Comic Pluto

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Andreas      57 years     Hobby artist     Approach to criticism   Normal
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AstroComics - 13.11.15 14:24
Super gut!
Andreas - 20.07.15 15:36
Jo, der arme Pluto Als die Sonde 2006 losflog, war er noch ein ganzer Planet.
Ja, in dem Comic sind so ein paar "Schmuddelstellen" - hab' ich beim Fernsehen auf dem Tablet gezeichnet - das ist nicht so optimal.

Leichnam - 20.07.15 15:25
Finde die Hintergrunddetails schön lässig hingescribbelt.
Miezel - 20.07.15 13:21
Nun ist es klar was Pluto davon hält unter Beobachtung zu stehen und die Lichter sind sicher riesige Diamanten ...oder vertsteckte Fußballfeldern mit Flutlichanlagen...
toonsUp Member - 20.07.15 07:46
Interessant wäre ja auch mal die sogenannten 'Ceres Lichter' in 'Größer' zu sehen...
Spanossi - 20.07.15 06:47
Das heißt auf Pluto bestimmt was ganz anderes. So ne Richtungsangabe oder so

Super gemacht
Volkertoons - 20.07.15 00:35
Find ick jut. Pluto soll mal schnell wieder zum Planeten ernannt werden

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