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Some humoristic drawing...

Post by Marc Dubois » February 16th, 2011, 5:41 am

Last year i had made some humorous drawing about reptiles.

I want to share with you some of these.


They was made in french and you'll see the translation under each drawing...



1- SNAKES IN A SEX SHOP...

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'' Boa gonflable '' = Inflatable Boa, '' Cloaque artificiel '' = Artificial Vent



2- AT THE CUSTOMS...

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'' You'll be accused for human's skin traffic ''



3- CROCODILIAN TALK...

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'' This is a handbag made from real human skin ? '' '' No, it's a fake ''


Thanks for looking ;)

Marc

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Re: Some humoristic drawing...

Post by Warren » February 16th, 2011, 10:43 am

:thumb: Do you sell these Y-shaped dildos yourself, or do you have a website? :lol: Put me down for a case :lol:

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Re: Some humoristic drawing...

Post by DaneConley » February 16th, 2011, 12:15 pm

HAHA mice flavored!!!!

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Re: Some humoristic drawing...

Post by VICtort » February 17th, 2011, 11:27 pm

Wow, that is some pretty twisted humor. (I like it!). I really like your crocodiles (the handbag situation), you have a wonderful style. they are very "animated", not just lifeless figures. Nice work, and something we rarely see here., thanks for posting.

Does Wolverton still do cartoons? Post them, this may be an interesting diversion for those of you still in the grip of winter...
I remember seeing some great cartoons on Chameleon themes, clever but esoteric...Vic H.

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Re: Some humoristic drawing...

Post by Fieldnotes » February 17th, 2011, 11:35 pm

Those are a lot better than comics found in newspapers

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Re: Some humoristic drawing...

Post by DaneConley » February 19th, 2011, 5:32 am

Whats with the spiked (You know "toy")

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Re: Some humoristic drawing...

Post by SnakeStick » February 19th, 2011, 2:33 pm

haha.... a blow up boa

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Re: Some humoristic drawing...

Post by VICtort » February 19th, 2011, 7:27 pm

DaneConley wrote:Whats with the spiked (You know "toy")
Dane,

I am not the cartoonist, but I would guess he is pretty detailed oriented. Look at a real snakes hemipenes, you will see they are often "spiky" and have rough or irregular surfaces. No doubt to bring new heights of pleasure...? Some snakes have such unique hemipenes (unique to the species) that hemipenes are fairly useful diagnostic tools for taxonomists I am told. It's never easy to explain cartoons...Vic

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Re: Some humoristic drawing...

Post by Marc Dubois » February 19th, 2011, 10:36 pm

Thanks everybody for your comments ;) I'll probably make a ''part 2'' next week.

VICtort wrote: I am not the cartoonist, but I would guess he is pretty detailed oriented. Look at a real snakes hemipenes, you will see they are often "spiky" and have rough or irregular surfaces.
That's right :thumb:



Warren: I'm sorry for you, I don't sell these toys... :D :lol:

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