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Garfield and Friends intro - 1st Season

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I've started watching this for the first time in years. I haven't seen it since probably the '90s.

Batman Animated Series Intro

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My Brain Hurts!

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Here's another picture I drew of Monty Python's Gumby. I drew it in pencil and then went over it with Sharpies. I blogged a previous Gumby drawing awhile back, here. I wish Monty Python had continued to do movies or something like that beyond Monty Python's the Meaning of Life. They did do Monty Python Live (Mostly): One Down, Five to Go, but that was decades later. I think they could have done Python movies on the side from their solo work. They could have done one every two or three years. But, there's still a lot of Monty Python. Speaking of their solo work, Eric Idle had a sitcom in the '80s titled Nearly Departed. I looked for the intro on YouTube. I didn't find it, but I did find what appeared to be full episodes of the show. The Monty Python guys have done some great work together, and solo.

Garfield

There's an official site for Garfield, legendary lasagna-loving cat of the comic strips, at www.garfield.com. You can see the comic strips there and at www.gocomics.com. Garfield, in my opinion, is one of the best comic strips there has ever been. The comic strips have been published in books after they've been published in newspapers or online. Garfield is still going strong.

How to Draw a Trendy Haircut - Step-By-Step Tutorial By Christopher Hart

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Dog

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This is a dog I made up for the drawing. I'm not sure what breed of dog that would be. Maybe it would be something along the lines of a Yorkie. My family and I have a Yorkie puppy. She's probably technically an adult by now. She's two years old. But, we still think of her as a puppy. Dogs are great pets!

Cops & Robber - Monty Python's The Flying Circus

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Eliza Dushku II (In Color)

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I blogged a version of this a ways back without color. That version was published in a fan book that was given to Eliza Dushku herself. I think this was probably one of the earliest artworks I digitally colored after I got my Wacom tablet.