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and a happy solstice to one and all

Still stuck at home being ill but that didn't stop me celebrating the solstice. It's probably the least ecologically friendly pagan celebration ever, but once I had the idea of building a chocolate stone henge full of roller-skating dinosaurs it really had to be tested for feasability. Keep going back for the full story (12 photos).

chocolate henge erectedskateboarding dinosaurs

Oh, and there's an old weekly strip newly up, too

flash for snow queen

It's called Snow Queen, and it's from January.


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22nd Jun, 2006 18:37 (UTC)
I got quite excited at the thought of a bourbon stonehenge, but they're too shiny, aren't they? Hummous isn't right with anything else... ;-)
22nd Jun, 2006 18:47 (UTC)
I do think bourbons would work
I even looked at them in the shop, but it would have been a smaller, less impressive henge. But you could perhaps partially bury them in hummous for stability ... (would have helped for the p-p-p-pick up a penguin henge).
22nd Jun, 2006 18:38 (UTC)
I think you are very cool.
22nd Jun, 2006 18:48 (UTC)
Re: fabulous!
I think the things I will do to avoid having to hoover the floor KNOW NO BOUNDS.
22nd Jun, 2006 19:21 (UTC)
Re: fabulous!
yes, but most of us just don't hoover the floor, rather than not hoovering the floor and inventing whole new worlds. ;-)
22nd Jun, 2006 19:15 (UTC)
The pagan boozing, sacrificing dinosaurs are true genius.
23rd Jun, 2006 08:47 (UTC)
I'll let them know ;)
22nd Jun, 2006 19:31 (UTC)
Oooh, I like that one. Shades of the snow queen. I shall think on't. I hope you don't mind if I steal some of the imagery?
23rd Jun, 2006 08:48 (UTC)
Well, I'm fairly sure I stole it myself, so sure
22nd Jun, 2006 20:09 (UTC)
Not only are you brilliant, but you're making my stomach rumble at the same time.

Your skateboarding dinos remind me of the book Trick a Tracker by Miachael Foreman, wherein the animals of the world invent skateboarding to outwit the cavemen hunting them.
23rd Jun, 2006 08:48 (UTC)
I'll keep an eye out for it.
22nd Jun, 2006 20:39 (UTC)
You, my friend, are a daft genius.
23rd Jun, 2006 08:49 (UTC)
and also full of chocolate! A win all round.
22nd Jun, 2006 21:49 (UTC)
I'm just relieved the triceratops didn't get blood sacrificed.
23rd Jun, 2006 08:53 (UTC)
oh, he just looked best on the slab ...
But the argy bargy between the Spinosaurus and the Tyrannosaur about who looked the most sinister and should therefore be the high priest ... yeeesh.

T-Rex: Are you the most famous and fearsome carnivore ever to walk the earth? I think not!
Spiny: Ah, come on! Your accurate posture means you keep falling over! And, frankly, aren't you a bit weedy for a tyrannosaur?
All the rest: Weedy, weedy, weedy!
23rd Jun, 2006 08:33 (UTC)
I think you might well have made my boring office Friday considerably better. You genius!
23rd Jun, 2006 08:54 (UTC)
Fridays need all the help they can get.
23rd Jun, 2006 23:00 (UTC)
this is some of the most focussed stuff I've seen from you

although, come to mention it, the strip with AR as a black, white & red cutout was very direct too (what's black'n'white'n'read? - a newspaper ...or is it a nun with cracked kness?)

pared-down lyric, limited palette, uncluttered line - don't get me wrong: I don't think any LACK of these aspects would be a drawback in your work. The half-expected episode about sentient fruitgums in translucent gel feels like it could happen at any moment

I love that it starts out being about white and ends being about black

another page for that first volume of The Penguin Jeremy Dennis
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