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Thread: an happy man in the desert

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    an happy man in the desert

    it is a picture i wanted to draw, just for fun !
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    Very beautiful and a very French/Blegian comics style I'd say. Usually a man alone in the desert without equipment was unfortunate while Yours is a fortunate one ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    thanks Caesar !
    yes, i m infuenced by "Tintin et Milou", but it is inconciently, firsteval, it wasn't my intention. i like it is inconciently.
    i think my drawn funy, the cat that will capture the slik scarf, the man who don't know what to do whith this scarf, and he says hello to a friend woman of the 1900's. it does make me smile.
    Last edited by altimaître; 03-25-2014 at 01:50 AM.

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    It does make you smile

    You could make up a lot of stories from this picture. Très bien!

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    thanks Marillyn, it is corrected (i m french, and my english is poor...)
    Last edited by altimaître; 03-25-2014 at 02:38 AM.

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    Wonderfully unique style and painting. Love the addition of the cat!

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    Thanks !!!

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    Were I in the desert and were I to find a sheer gossamer veil, I would take that as a sign from on high to begin my hero's quest and seek the remaining 6. . . and the accompanying dancer. . . and a tent near the oasis. Such is the way to happiness. As to this fellow being happy. I'm happy for him as in this picture it looks as if he found it a few years earlier and is asking the dancer if she would care to dance again.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    I tough indeed to see some of Herve in there.
    Etre jeune? j'ai lu souvent des album du Herve.....mais en neerlandais,"Kuifje". les meme jai fait avec Willy Vandersteen albumsconnue en version francais comme "Bob et Bobette".
    Dang i'm getting OLD!! lol

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    Thank you for your "attention" and for the little story you wrote.
    Hérgé is a old "BDéiste" (who does make comics strip or cartoon strip), and i know Bob et Bobette, i m old too (46 years old this year)
    it was happines when i was 10 years old, sick and in the bed for all the day, not going to school, and reading the "Tintin et Milou's" books during hours...
    Last edited by altimaître; 03-25-2014 at 01:34 PM.

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