According to European legend, in the middle ages the crops were being destroyed by aphids so the farmers prayed to the Virgin Mary to send help. The next thing you know, little red bugs with black spots show up, eat the aphids and save the crops. The farmers called them “Our Lady’s Beetles” …and then later simply called them “ladybugs”.
I’m happy to say these knuckleheads made it back into the story!
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Bread taking a vacation in Toast-A-Rica… Cinderella wearing glass flippers… chickens getting hot wings while sunbathing on the beach… must be summertime…
I had a chance to play before mowing the yard so I painted this guy.
My wife had the Royal Wedding dialed up on TV Saturday morning, so I got to watch some of it. It seemed real nice.
The only REAL difference I could see in the Royal Wedding and a wedding that takes place in OUR family is that a wedding that takes place in OUR family usually involves some sort of card tournament and of course… winning the fabulous MILBURNSCHUTT CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY CUP!!
A few of you folks have asked me how I make word balloons using Photoshop, so as I was doing final edits on THE FEW, I flipped on the camera and recorded the process hoping that a brilliant tutorial would magically happen! Unfortunately, all that happened was me recording myself babbling aimlessly as I try to string two words together that make some kind of sense. I even called something a “shape maker” which I don’t think is an official Adobe term… for anything. So don’t think of this video as a tutorial. Think of it as spending a couple of minutes looking over Dennis’s shoulder while he works.
I’m presently doing the final edits on THE FEW issues 4, 5 and 6. Todd has gotten these characters into quite a mess. I hope they can find their way out of it!