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Looking toward a new Gregorian YearBut first, a word from our sponsor. After all, have to keep the dragon fed, and the fires burning if the dwarves, and elves and faery folk are to craft and create the work you use. http://amzn.com/w/3UEB8O2W3476T
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Considering how many different calendars, cultures, and ways of looking at time and the astronomical passage through the universe, it seems reasonable to be specific.
Hoping each of you find a grand new journey to explore, times and opportunities to connect, interact, collaborate, and generally make great art, be great art, and inspire great art, but also, to support, inspire and encourage each other, as well as the students, explorers, creatively nutters, and those that reach beyond themselves to provide not just wonderful, useful, fascinating stock, but to help each of us improve, expand, and develop our skills, techniques and visions.
It is, and probably always will be a problem with those that choose to try and use the work of the stock artists, to feed their own rather
Reindeer Paws - Part FivePerry knocked on Doofenshmirtz’s door.
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“Sounds like a giant fan is running in there, too.” Phineas said.
“Yeah, it really does.” Perry said. “What the heck is with people turning on giant fans in the middle of winter all of a sudden?”
“Well, so far it’s just been us.” Phineas said. “So Ferb could be flawless.”
Ferb blew his hair out of his face.
Perry knocked again.
“COMING! Sorry, I couldn’t hear you over the stupid fans…” The bolt on the door slid open, and Doofenshmirtz poked his head out. “You’re late, Perry the… oh, you’ve got your two boys with you!”
“Hi, Dr. D!” Phineas said.
“Yeah, hey there!” Doofenshmirtz opened the door wider. “Good to see you fellas again. Come on in.”
“We’re not staying.” Phineas said. “We just came to say hi. We’ll let you and Perry work.”