Well...like all of yourwork it is highly realistic.he's like a little hockey puckonly it's not a netted goal he endsup in:)nice sequence
LOL V silly, the charaters are fun!
In the end the bear got his. Or was it the penguin? I can't tell.
Thanks to all of you for the comments!goobeetsa: Of course it's realistic. I copied this scene straight out of an episode of "Planet Earth".aintshakespeare: Perhaps...In the BEAR'S end, the penguin got his?
I like the subtle nuances of this piece... the way you depict politics versus religion and why church and state should always be separate are particularly poignant. Of course, the overtones of your personal, albeit very skewed views on homosexuality and abortion are glaringly present, as I knew they would be. It's hard to get off that soapbox once you've stepped on it isn't it? More hidden are the perversions of the accession of King George I... the insinuations of some royal British coverup - a la Princess Diana - regarding the death of Electress Sophia as the heir to Queen Anne's throne are largely unfounded. I also think this piece is lacking the true emotional response that it SHOULD receive from a period piece, but perhaps you are commenting on the apathy of today's society towards the fine arts. Very intriguing indeed. All things considered, however, penguin up a bear's ass is always entertaining.
WELL SAID, Dick, old friend! Glad to see someone's paying attention to the finer details.
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