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Consider This Mercy by Gulliver63 Consider This Mercy :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 2 2 The New Superfriends by Gulliver63 The New Superfriends :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 24 39 Scooby Movies - Isaac Asimov by Gulliver63 Scooby Movies - Isaac Asimov :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 7 21 Mer-Amy by Gulliver63 Mer-Amy :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 27 24 Bank Trouble by Gulliver63 Bank Trouble :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 15 17
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Treehouse of Horror: Attack of the 50 FT Marge
Attack of the 50 Foot Marge
By Robert L. Fitzpatrick
“I’ve never spoken with government agents before.” Marge nervously eyeballed the man and the woman across the table.
“Don’t worry about a thing, Mrs. Simpson. Just think of the two of us as being government employees. Like reporters for People Week Magazine. Just forget about the tape recorder here and tell us your story - we’re very interested in hearing it.”
“Oh...and we already made a movie deal…if that’s okay...”
“The government would like to hear your side of the story; just tell us what happened...piece by piece.”
“My story? Oh yes. Well, it had a pretty uninteresting start. I was taking little Maggie, that’s my daughter, out in the stroller around a newly-opened shopping district here in Springfield. It was a nice sunny day, and I thought I’d look for shoes - I have pretty big feet...well they got a lot bigger after that afternoon.
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50 Ft Marge Cover by Gulliver63 50 Ft Marge Cover :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 43 20 Big Trouble: Out With the Trash by Gulliver63 Big Trouble: Out With the Trash :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 18 32 Body Snatchers Couch Gag by Gulliver63 Body Snatchers Couch Gag :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 13 18 Big Trouble in Little Quahog by Gulliver63 Big Trouble in Little Quahog :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 23 24 You've got Batmail by Gulliver63 You've got Batmail :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 8 25 Lois vs. O'Hara by Gulliver63 Lois vs. O'Hara :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 14 21 Commission: Lois Talos by Gulliver63 Commission: Lois Talos :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 19 13 Happy Birthday Mike by Gulliver63 Happy Birthday Mike :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 16 20 End of Summer 2018 by Gulliver63 End of Summer 2018 :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 17 5 Passage to Earth 5 by Gulliver63 Passage to Earth 5 :icongulliver63:Gulliver63 21 47

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Stan Sighting  (Stan Lee 1922-2018) by kiff57krocker Stan Sighting (Stan Lee 1922-2018) :iconkiff57krocker:kiff57krocker 59 51 A Bird May Love a Fish... by Loveall1229 A Bird May Love a Fish... :iconloveall1229:Loveall1229 33 3 SIMPSONS AND FUTURAMA: Uh Oh! by ABSimpsons SIMPSONS AND FUTURAMA: Uh Oh! :iconabsimpsons:ABSimpsons 19 16 21 Bubbles by kaspired 21 Bubbles :iconkaspired:kaspired 33 16 Hoodie Tutorial Requested by ReiGodric Hoodie Tutorial Requested :iconreigodric:ReiGodric 2,148 75 Family Guy reality by smashmaster Family Guy reality :iconsmashmaster:smashmaster 74 28 Cheetara by Themrock Cheetara :iconthemrock:Themrock 426 102 Lois Lane and Parasite (female) Color by DiDRulez Lois Lane and Parasite (female) Color :icondidrulez:DiDRulez 80 10 Palennor by Jagneeto Palennor :iconjagneeto:Jagneeto 18 0 Kanye West by MOON-E Kanye West :iconmoon-e:MOON-E 40 11 Pose study #4 by noodles919-Adopts Pose study #4 :iconnoodles919-adopts:noodles919-Adopts 92 1 Disney Avengers by RyansIllustrations28 Disney Avengers :iconryansillustrations28:RyansIllustrations28 4 1 Golden Age Heroes by craigcermak Golden Age Heroes :iconcraigcermak:craigcermak 84 12 Bandera Teocracia Patriarcal by cdmonte Bandera Teocracia Patriarcal :iconcdmonte:cdmonte 20 2 Second Martian Revolution by YNot1989 Second Martian Revolution :iconynot1989:YNot1989 91 28 Tiana Sketchbook Montage 2 by kuabci Tiana Sketchbook Montage 2 :iconkuabci:kuabci 101 8

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Consider This Mercy
Before they finally forged an alliance, Super Marge and Batman were enemies for a time. With the addition of Wonder Lois and Meg Hulk, they would go on to save the world. This is one of those projects that I've had on my mind for some time - there are a couple of really "pretty" scenes in "Batman v Superman" that I've wanted to do projects on. This was particularly interesting because it's done almost in total darkness www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6qB6f… . Large amounts of it are just black shadow. I also love how Marge just appears in the bright headlights in the dark night.

Characters are the property of DC Comics and Matt Groening.
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The New Superfriends
Wait a minute - who's that delivery guy? When I saw that Stan Lee had passed away yesterday, I had to sneak him into my picture for one last cameo appearance. I know, I know, Batman is DC, but I just couldn't resist it. A high school art teacher in 1979 recommended Stan's "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way," and I still have it to this day. So in a roundabout way, he and his friends helped to teach me what I know about drawing the human form. So it was only fitting that he would end up in at least one picture of mine.

As Meg began to transform she told the rest of her friends, "That's my secret - I'm always angry."

I own none of these franchises.
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Scooby Movies - Isaac Asimov
Velma walked up to him as if she were walking up to a western hero. "Jinkees! It's Isaac Asimov! The writer!"
     "I sure am glad you kids are here - that robot monster is sure making a mess of my science fiction convention..."

This idea popped into my mind this evening, and I laughed out loud. It's sure a Scooby Movie I'd like to see. I'm assuming most of you good people know who this is. If not, he was the guy who was writing about ipads in 1942. He was writing about nuclear powered space ships before we'd even detonated our first a-bomb. And he essentially wrote "Blade Runner" 30 years before it was written; called "Caves of Steel", it was an even better story. If you watched Will Smith in "I Robot," he wrote that in 1940. And Coruscant in the Star Wars films is essentially the planet of Trantor, which he wrote about in 1940. I'm currently re-reading "I Robot" as well as the third Foundation novel.

The only question is, is he going to use Hari Seldon's psychohistory to help crack the case of the robot monster?
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Mer-Amy
I have no excuse for this except to say that it started out as just computer drawing practice and wound up becoming a full blown project. It was done very quickly, with Adobe Elements  and a little Medibang to sharpen up some of the lines. My intention was to do the whole thing in Elements, but I still like what you can do in Medibang. Simplicity, and quickness. 

Morgan and Amy are the property of Matt Groening.
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Bank Trouble
Edna tried explaining the whole situation to Skinner as he picked her up from the police station.
     "Don't you see? This explains everything. This woman was running all over town, running up my charge cards and opening up new lines of credit."
     Skinner gave her back a worried look. "You have been under a lot of stress lately; Mother tells me that it's partially my fault."
     Edna grabbed his arm. You don't believe me, do you? She even bought a car under my name..."
     "That was a nice car you bought."
     "I didn't buy that car! Look...just run me by the school - I need to grade this weeks tests."
     "But you already did that this afternoon...don't you remember?"

I had one more Halloween goodie in my bag for everyone. I hadn't done a doppelganger piece in a while, and this helped with a long week at work. I also had fun tossing in the Twilight Zone "Beholder Guy."

The Simpsons are the property of Matt Groening.
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Haven't submitted a journal in a while, at least since I've been griping about the winter weather. Well, that's all past us now. After two beautiful perfect spring days last week, Mother Nature shifted into August mode - it was 94 degrees today in Indianapolis. And as you could figure, our air conditioning pooped out. I was going to do a cartoon lampooning the heat, but I had to help Nan put in a window air-conditioner in the studio. Don't get me wrong, it was a fun Memorial Day (for my friends overseas, think Remembrance Day, ANZAC Day), complete with a grill full of burgers, hot dogs and Polska sausage. I did have to work today, but that was cake and I was off at 2 pm. Both Nan and I enjoyed the meal.
     I actually had a co-worker thank me for my service to my country - I assured him that other than getting to play with some interesting toys, I really didn't do that much worth noting, and never left Missouri. But I did thank the person. Both of my parents served in the military - that was where they met and were married. My mother was given a military funeral in 2011, complete with a gun salute from an honor guard. My uncles were the real heroes during the holiday - several served in wars. We must never forget these people; we are able to have the freedoms that we have because of them.
     So another holiday has past. And I have lots of really great leftovers for lunch from the grill.
  • Listening to: Peter Gabriel - A Different Drum
  • Drinking: red wine

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Gulliver63
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Current Residence: Indianapolis, home of pretty cars and fast women...
Favourite genre of music: Euro Rock (I guess they call it Prog Rock?)
Favourite photographer: Joe Testagrose
Favourite style of art: Pen and ink cartoons
MP3 player of choice: ipod
Favourite cartoon character: Amy Wong, Turanga Leela, Morgan Proctor
Personal Quote: "Never just settle for anything or anyone"
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garrick1944 Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Stan Lee has passed away
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booman1 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2018
Hey Gulliver63 have you heard of Jackurai?
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Gulliver63 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2018
I have, yes.
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booman1 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2018
Nice.
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kaspired Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2018
Thanks for the fav, Bob!
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Gulliver63 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2018
Not a problem. Love the colors in this one as well...
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xWARZARDx Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
I loved Penellope Pitstop as a kid.  I'm actually more familiar with her spinoff design from the cartoon below than the Wacky Races which I used to watch a lot as well.     

If only I could think of an idea clever enough to commission you :rofl:  

www.youtube.com/watch?v=2q4Umy…
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Gulliver63 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2018
You must be from my generation to even know who that was. I looked over the names below the video - quite a list! Including Don Messick, who was Scooby and Astro. And she is cute - she'd be fun to draw. Be thinking of an idea.
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xWARZARDx Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
I was born in 87 so you're old enough to be my father.  A lot of those reruns would play on the cartoon network channel and the parent companies that preceded them I believe from Ted Turner? Perhaps ABC and them. 

And I rejoiced when the Boomerang Channel started showing all of those old Hanna Barberra, Warner Brothers, and Max Fleicher cartoons as well as more obscure cartoons from the 80's that weren't good, but was still fun to see them.

Shoot, I think even as a little boy watching that cartoon, I think I had a crush on Penelope xD  Because it really makes no sense for a little boy to watch a show where the main character is a girl, lmao! 

All of those actors  have made other great things.

The Hooded Claw for example was Paul Lynde that most people recognize as Templeton the Rat from Charlottes Web, as iconic as that voice is, I know him as Mildew Wolfe from the Lambsy cartoon where he would get beat up by the sheep dog as well as being the co-commentator for the Laff-A-Lympics with SnagglePuss. 

We both know Mel Blanc. Merry Melodies wouldn't have been the same without him.

Paul Winchell  did a lot of great voices including Dick Dastardly, Gargamel, and Tigger. He was also the voice of the owl from the tootsie pop commercial. 

Janet Waldo did a lot of voices, I most know her as Panelope Pitstop as my favorite, but I know her as Josie from Josie & The PussyCats, and the voice of Judy Jetson which I believe was the gig that kick started her career aside from doing the voice of Pebbles  & Fred's step mom, lol

Gary Owens did so many voices  that are so memorable that I would be hard-pressed to choose what voices I loved from him. But one thing that stuck out from me was his last voice gig was from Batman The Brave & The Bold when his last gig he did was the voice of Space Ghost. It was sad yet awesome at the same time to hear him put on that voice even though his voice was starting to crack due to his old age. 

And Don Messick was basically the Mel Blanc of Hanna Barberra as bold as that might to say because Mel Blanc did a lot of voices for HB as well. I think I remembered reading where they thought that Blanc wouldn't have succeeded well in that era because they thought it was the good animation of the golden age of animation that carried him...he proved them wrong :P 

When it comes to the voice of Barney, what was your favorite portrayal by Mel Blanc? The more New Yorker accent from the first season, or the deeper voice he started using in the later seasons? 
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Gulliver63 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2018
OMG, favorite Mel Blanc? That's a tough one. Probably the old-school original Bugs Bunny, who used to walk up saying, "What's all the hubbub, bub?" As far as a voice that I can do, it'd be Barney Rubble.

1987...I was working at the Indianapolis Airport moving freight around between the airport shops, and taking flight lessons on the weekends. It was around this same time that my then-girlfriend and I used to watch these things called "The Simpsons" on the Tracy Uhlman Show.
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