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Opey the Warhead Page 16 by cluedog Opey the Warhead Page 16 by cluedog
Here is the sixteenth page of my webcomic "Opey the Warhead", introducing formally the names of Opey's peers.

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:iconrobking21:
RobKing21 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
"..and the convulsing boy is Stan" lol, awesome.
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks (and I really appreciate the watch and all the faves, too). I try to impart a lot of humor into my work.
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:iconjoeyv7:
joeyv7 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2011
I can't believe I'm feeling sorry for a nuclear warhead wearing a backpack . . . this is *awesome* :pc:
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you. It was a real challenge to get a character with no face to emote so much.
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:iconpawlack:
pawlack Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2007
LOL :D
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:iconsutinen:
sutinen Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2007  Student Traditional Artist
Jethro looks really adorable! :heart: The page is funny and panels well placed. The reactions of the boys are well expressed.
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much. Jethro is the pretty boy of the bunch.

All of the pages thus far have been the first issue, which will soon be drawing to a close.
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:iconsutinen:
sutinen Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2007  Student Traditional Artist
I can clearly see that. :giggle: Welcome.

Hooray! Will you publish it for example on some magazine?
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
I have no plans on publishing Opey in print, unless some company wants to, which would be miraculous, I think. :)
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sutinen Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2007  Student Traditional Artist
But I can imagine so well Opey to be published in Heavy Metal for example ´cause the magazine has the same kind of disturbing atmosphere in most of its comics (although naked women get too much attention in some parts and covers.) :) You will be dicovered if the magazines know what they´re doing.
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scalpod Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007
The sub-orbital shuffle?!

Go Opey! Go Opey!!
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Lol.

Thanks for adding this page to your favorites. Its great having someone of your talent reading my stuff.
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gigonthesky Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
altough i don't know that characters,,.who is who and that:)..i love it...
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you. This comic is my personal favorite comic to work on. :)
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nuppi Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
"Strut". :XD: A comedic thing that gets used a lot but it's not boring if used well. And you did it. A strutting missile.. And a friendly one at that..

The second panel: makes Opey look so small and very not dangerous.
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you for the delightful comment! Opey is, by nature, a very dimunitive and short guy, but it's his appearance that scares people senseless anyway. :)
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nuppi Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007
I would freak out if I saw a walking, talking missile. After reading about Opey, I'm afraid that if a day, when I see a real missile, arrives, I won't be able to resist calling it Opey and start making conversation about world peace or truces..
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johnnymorbius Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
Great work here, dude.
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you (for the comment and the fave here on "Opey" and the "Misfiles" drawing).

I can't wait to see more of your work. :)
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:iconrobza:
Robza Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
wow, just love it. *it's time to wow them with ...the strut*
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you! I don't get it, though...struts usually work. :P
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evilopi8 Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
maybe there is another nuclear warhead lurking around..... :) Excellent work as usual man......! another fav :)
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for reading and faving the latest page of Opey. That bomb has got to do something to help him with his social problems!
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FunkyLilith Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
:rofl: Or maybe I shouldn't be laughing? I mean... RUN! :lmao: Poor Opey, I wonder what the score will be when it comes to meeting girls...
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cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Actually, girls will be an issue dealt with an upcoming...er, issue (this one being the first one).

I really enjoy your comments, by the way, and am very appreciative of the fact that you read my comic. :)
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FunkyLilith Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007
Hehe! Upcoming! That's a funny pun! :giggle:
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:iconmattu84:
mattu84 Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
Neat work indeed! ;)
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you! Much appreciated.
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darkroundbubbles Featured By Owner May 30, 2007  Student General Artist
Jethro remindsme of...Raito Yagami xDD;;
and Stan looks so cute..biting on his table like that :D
Richard is just...weird xD;;;

*sigh* awesome page ..
Opey..needs warhead friends too..will he get a dynamite gf? :heart:

I want to read more :)
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Lol.

A dynamite girlfriend? I love it. I may have to steal your idea, it's so wonderful.

Thank you for the nice comment, and I enjoyed your description of each of the boys. :)
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darkroundbubbles Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2007  Student General Artist
lol sure xD a dynamite for a gf :heart:
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:iconpolas:
Polas Featured By Owner May 30, 2007  Professional General Artist
Poor Opey.....
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
That kid gets no respect!
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:iconmacdoninri:
MacDoninri Featured By Owner May 30, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
i like richard! punkrocker?. i really love this comic! come to think of it, a walking, talking warhead IS scary indeed
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cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you (and I am deeply grateful for your readership and support).

Richard is the punk rocker type, and more will be revealed about him as the issue progresses.
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:iconmacdoninri:
MacDoninri Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
keep it up! i'm learnin a lot of techniques from your comics!
youre very welcome. ^_^.
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Alicia-Hannah Featured By Owner May 30, 2007
That last panel made me laugh so hard! XD

As always I think the expressions are really well drawn, and the perspective on the second panel looks great too!
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks!

I've been forcing myself to do more foreshortening and forced perspectives in my drawings, so the second panel was very challenging, indeed.
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Utanapishtim Featured By Owner May 30, 2007  Student General Artist
Your inking is very professional. Anything special you use to get the quality/cleanliness that you do?
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you!

To get the wide range of lines for my drawing, I use one one of those old pens you dip into an ink bottle (a Hunt-108 knib, to be precise).

To clean my artwork, I always scan them into Adobe Photoshop and remove all dirt, inksplotches, whiteout stains, or undesirable lines. I also draw the borders of the panels using the Line tool in Photoshop. It can be time-consuming, but well worth it.
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Utanapishtim Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Student General Artist
I see. And thank you for the favorite. Glad you liked it!
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JadeGL Featured By Owner May 30, 2007
Man, I think those kids are scarier than him. :XD:
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Lol.

They look like they'd slash your tires, don't they?
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:iconjadegl:
JadeGL Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007
Or like they came out from that asylum in that Twelve monkeys movie! :devilish:
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jhames34 Featured By Owner May 30, 2007
the strut!
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:iconcluedog:
cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
A powerful weapon, if you ask me, but not an effective tool for those who look like powerful weapons, alas. :(
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cluedog Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Opey is able to speak by...hmm...good question. I guess he speaks through the magic of being a cartoon character, the same way he was able to clean off his plate at breakfast (on an earlier Opey page). Opey defies physics, although I do know how he was created (but that's explained later in the story).

By the way, I don't think your questions are stupid. Ask me anything and I'll do my best to answer (with this clunky brain of mine).

I have heard of "Lone Wolf and Club", I've seen Goseki Kojima's artwork, and am deeply humbled (and appreciate) the comparison between him and my work.
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