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Opey the Warhead Page 12 by cluedog Opey the Warhead Page 12 by cluedog
Here is the twelvth installment of my webcomic, "Opey the Warhead".

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0becomingX Featured By Owner May 19, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Opey outfit reminds me of Donald duck! he even has no pants!! it took me awhile to think of it of that, interesting comic tho featuring a warhead character
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Wyvern-1 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2011
Well, nobody wants to make the bomb mad...XD

I just decided I'm going to watch you...this. It's great, so far. I just love your style and...everything.
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DJTRICKYMOUSE Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
I found you on ConceptArt.org from sheer luck it seems. I just adore your style, It can be zany and fun and at the same time such dark undertones are shown, sometimes on the same page. In my case, that takes true talent to do such a dramatic shift in less than one page.
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cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow. Thank you so much for the kind comment. I appreciate it to no end.

I just love telling stories and creating these little worlds for others to look at. :)
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I felt so bad for Opey in that middle panel. It\'s one of those moments that makes you drop your fork and go \"Aww..\" out loud over your chicken tenders.
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cluedog Featured By Owner May 30, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks! It's a sheer delight to write the little nuclear boy.
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It's a delight to read.
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cluedog Featured By Owner May 20, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
I like to try to create a blend of sadness and humor, one that is hopefully balanced. The major influence for this comic book was an excellent anime series called "His and Her Circumstances", which featured hilarious hijinks as well as achingly beautiful and poignant dramatic scenes. Charlie Chaplin, a filmmaker I admire, also did that effectively in his silent films. Oh, if only I could do half as well as either of them.

"Opey the Warhead" does exist as a webcomic, here: [link]

So far, it hasn't garnered that much attention, alas...
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