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Ronson on March 13, 2006
Some ballpoint pen sketches I made of some gods while I was waiting for my computer to reder something.
at 3:52AM, March 16, 2006
Sorry 'bout that. Yeah you're right. Just I've been to Catholic schools and they drilled it into us that God refers to the one christians/jews follow, while god means a false idol, and using the capital when referring to anything other the Almighty is completely blasphemous.
So, blame it on my teachers
at 5:59PM, March 14, 2006
You know, Ronson would be pretty cute if he had more hair.
Maybe he could reach into his infinite powers of divinity and somehow find a way to....?
That's just me babbling. ^^
at 4:38PM, March 14, 2006
at 4:17PM, March 14, 2006
I'd like to see Bikk in this style...
at 10:04AM, March 14, 2006
"blasphemous"? It depends what religion you follow Aussie.
Being a "GOD" is not a station in life ^_^.
=it's a GOD!
I don't think rules of grammar really apply in this case... Besides, the rules of English grammar aren't as concrete as we like to think
Sketching while you wait is a very good habbit!
at 6:17AM, March 14, 2006
Ah I love drawing with a ballpoint pen... It seems that you can always get a cool looking drawing when your just quickly doodling. Claremont looks especially shiny in the pic =D
at 5:09AM, March 14, 2006
hey, and nobody notices I used "their" completely wrong...it should be "they're"
at 10:51PM, March 13, 2006
Ain't the place for this discussion, x3022/Aussie_kid.
Chuck: I actually really like that sketch of Ronson! Him and Claremont came out really well. Beyurn came out well too. I probably like Mike and Bunny the least. Durrill looks a little off center, heh. Overall I'm pretty impressed by your sketching ability.
at 9:20PM, March 13, 2006
nothing blasphemous about it to me, aussie. the jewish/christian god is not the only god around. please tell me you're joking here, right??? surely Chuck can capitalize whichever words he pleases...
at 9:17PM, March 13, 2006
I tend to capitalize my nouns if I'm not paying attention. It's a bad habit I got working in newspaper advertising for three years.
Usually, I use all caps, but I don't want people to think I'm yelling. :P
I think, though, that it could conceivably fall under a proper noun, since it refers to the title of the comic.
at 9:04PM, March 13, 2006
Nice, though you're being a bit blasphemous using the capital. For future reference, you need to call them gods (These are supposed to be like the ancient Roman/Greek gods, not the Jewish/Christian God)