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Opey the Warhead Page 10 by cluedog Opey the Warhead Page 10 by cluedog
Here is the tenth page of my webcomic, "Opey the Warhead".

This page shows, for the first time, the ruins of the city Opey lives in, "Adam City".

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Hopetobetged Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012
Like the reference to "The Twilight Zone" episode "Number Twelve Looks Just Like You". My favorite is the "Living Doll", with Talking Tina.

"My name is Talking Tina, and I love you!"
"My name is Talking Tina, and I do not like you!"
"My name is Talking Tina, and I am going to kill you!"
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Wyvern-1 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2011
Nice take on the apocalypse. I like the shout-out to that "The Twilight Zone" episode...can't quite remember the name off the top of my head, but it's one of my favorites. :D
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hobzart Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
nice job on the cars those are always such a struggle for me
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cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks! I know exactly what you're saying. They're a pain in the unmentionables to draw. :)
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ElectricGecko Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2011
That's one mean city scape. One day, I dream of drawing images like that.
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cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks. I think post-apocalyptic landscapes are the funnest to draw.
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Kloob Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2010  Professional General Artist
This is a great page. I love how a featureless character can still conjure up emotion and empathy.
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cluedog Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks (and I deeply appreciate the faves, too)! I can tell you, it's an interesting challenge to write a story around a faceless character. When I originally created Opey, I toyed with the idea of making him look like a normal boy with nuclear electronic innards. But, being the masochist that I am, I decided to make him look literally like an atomic bomb. :)

What I love about your story, "Patty", is that it also features off-beat characters with features outside the norm. It's a fascinating comic with a great style.
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Kloob Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thanks! I don't even know what the norm is any more (though judging by the front page of Devianart I can guess) but I know that I like stuff that I haven't seen before or that makes me look twice. Most comic art doesn't do that, but your pages do.
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cluedog Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks! I've noticed the more unique work on DA tends to be overlooked. Fan art, manga, or emo stuff seems to be all the rage. It's too bad, because I've seen some spectacular artists here on DA who are largely overlooked.
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