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Dangerous Penguins



So this is what's going around Facebook at the moment which inspired this drawing:

Please post this as your status if you know someone who has been eaten by penguins. Penguins are nearly unstoppable and, when hungry, also breathe fire. 71% of people won't copy this into their status because they have already been eaten by Penguins. Another 28% won't because they are hiding in their showers with fire extinguishers awaiting the coming Penguin-apocalypse. The remaining 1% are awesome and will re-post.
That is what inspired me to draw this....so there is a chance that I could be eaten by horrid, angry, fire breathing penguins shortly after I put up this post.  Please thank Webbot and Megpiggy for putting this up on their statuses once I've been eaten.  Done with graphite, inked with copic fineliners and coloured in Photoshop.  This is the 54th drawing in a row.
For other news, work is going well, I will make the deadline tomorrow without a problem and I have another small gig come up for next week and I'll be pounding out a shot for the pilot gig shortly.  I'll look for some work the week after next!  Got to keep doing stuff you know!

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  1. Why didn't anybody tell me about this dangerous creature? I might be putting myself in danger by just leaving this comment, I better go and hide somewhere now :D

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  2. So this is why I've been seeing cute little penguins around town lately...thanks for the warning, I'd been thinking of trying to pet one!
    xo J~

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