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If you haven't read Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy you won't understand this visual gag...and you probably should read more books ^_^ While in the improbability drive of the Heart of Gold spaceship, Ford Prefect gets turned into a penguin momentarily...and this is his line...introducing FORD PENGUIN! *lol* Lookie, I even got his red curly hair...bless ^_^
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Just getting into the holiday spirit. Here are two little penguins with santa hats, freezing their little bottoms off in the snow amidst a small forest of pine trees and surrounded by the glow of a bright moon.

You can also find this piece in my online zazzle shop [link]

Materials: SerifDraw Plus6
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errr..penguins..yeah..
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close-up for some of the dancing penguins
the Goth is one of my favs.
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This is the first in what is going to be a series of pictues of anthro-style characters that represent the various Hogwarts houses from Harry Potter.

My gryffindor lion boy ended up looking kinda asian for some reason...I think it's mostly the eyes...and I think he's totally cute. *shrug* Also, this series of pictures are all gonna be rare CGs of mine, which take longer than I like, but usually end up being worth it.
Oh yes, and thumbnails hate me, as usual. This one made the background look particularly messed up. Humor me, check out the full version.
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I've tried to draw my favorite character ever Jack :heart: i'm so fan of him and all Tim Burton's movies <3
I love Jack but i hate this draw i've completed missed it --"
Anyway hope you like

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Art ~ ~termina-the-wolf
Character (c) Tim Burton
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I did this as an art assignment. We had to create a drawing focusing on one element and one principle of drawing. I pulled 'line' and 'emphasis' out of the cup, so that's what I tried to work on. I honestly don't know what it is, but if it were say, parrot-sized, I would so buy one for a pet and walk around with it on my shoulder lol.
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He's name is George. He's a seagull as you can see.
He's friend is a pigeon called Ed [link] .

Poor Georgie, he was trying to hit on a beautiful swan, she didn't like him that much :/

more George: [link]
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Harrpy Potter thestral in my little pony form ^____^
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The dog gave a low growl and sniffed the air.
‘Why, Hector,’ said his master, ‘what’s the matter? Down, sir, down!’
‘I have a mortal fear of dogs,’ said Sweeney Todd. ‘Would you mind him, sir, sitting outside the door and waiting for you, if it’s all the same? Only look at him, he is going to fly at me!’
‘Then you are the first person he ever touched without provocation,’ said the man; ‘but I suppose he don’t like your looks, and I must confess I ain’t much surprised at that. I have seen a few rum-looking guys in my time, but hang me if ever I saw such a figure-head as yours. What the devil noise was that?’
‘It was only me,’ said Sweeney Todd; ‘I laughed.’
‘Laughed! Do you call that a laugh? I suppose you caught it off somebody who died of it. If that’s your way of laughing, I beg you won’t do it any more.’ ~ Passage from ‘The String of Pearls’

I recently challenged Tim :iconredrodent: to draw Sweeney Todd in an anthropomorphic form (I know, it’s already been done many times… sometimes badly, buuut... ) just for the heck of it.

One catch however, I mentioned that I wouldn’t be doing a ‘Johnny Depp Sweeney’… no sir. Regardless of how much I like Sondheim’s musical and the new Tim Burton film, the Sweeney Todd that really sticks out in my mind is the one that features in the piece (or perhaps pieces) of literature written by Edward Lloyd. The fictional figure of Sweeney Todd first appeared, fully fledged, in a story titled The String of Pearls, and his character in this is the one that most suits the way I personally view him; not as an emotionally motivated figure, but rather, the cold, cunning, ruthless and downright scary fiend that I remember hearing about years ago. When I first heard the story of Sweeney Todd, it actually scared me (oh come on, I was much younger, ok?), because it sounded so gruesome… his victims were literally powerless and unsuspecting. Unfortunately, that element now seems to have been lost, and Sweeney is no longer seen as the diabolical ‘Jack the Ripper’ type character.

Aaanyway, as things go, it’s back to basics…

‘The barber himself was a long, low-jointed, ill-put together sort of fellow, with an immense mouth, and such huge hands and feet, that he was, in his way, quite a natural curiosity; and, what was more wonderful, considering his trade, there never was seen such a head of hair as Sweeney Todd’s. We know not what to compare it to: probably it came nearest to what one might suppose to be the appearance of a thickset hedge, in which a quantity of small wire had got entangled. In truth, it was a most terrific head of hair; and as Sweeney Todd kept all his combs in it – some said his scissors likewise – when he put his head out of the shop-door to see what sort of weather it was, he might have been mistaken for some Indian warrior with a very remarkable head-dress.’

LOL! Still makes me laugh… so, a guy with hair like a hedge… I chose a fox for my ‘anthro’ version, as… well, you know… ‘Tod’, being Old English for ‘a fox’… and it suits his sense of cunning. His hair is crazy, shaped like demonic horns (because he is, after all, 'The Demon Barber' ). He’s a little cracked, with a squint in one eye (another identifying feature) and another thing… oh, look! He’s wearing silk stockings! Why do we identify Sweeney Todd with the Victorian era when he supposedly lived in Georgian times? Muh? Ahahaha, oh well. ‘Nuff said… that pig fellow in the background is about to go for a trip, but he’s pork anyway. He can take on the pies. :p

I had way too much fun on this sketch… but I fear I could never draw him sideways with that mop!

(Artwork © Leona Preston 2008 /
‘The String of Pearls: A Romance’ © Edward Lloyd)

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