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Roger Rabbit

Postby Itchy » Thu May 11, 2006 1:50 pm

A pic I did the other day of my childhood hero. I loved this guy when I was a kid, I had lots of toys of him. I still keep one of the action figures for nostalgic reasons. Aaahh.. The memories.
Know lemme know what you think of it. Give me some comments. P-pl-pl-please.
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Re: Roger Rabbit

Postby Casper » Thu May 11, 2006 11:08 pm

Ahh! I remember Roger Rabbit!
Used to have a film of him but, even then I couldnt remember his features. I had to use a search engine just to remember him properly...

From what I can remember, and the pictures I gathered, this is very accurate. If I have any thing to con-crit, he looks a little too thin and tall, and the right hand is at a strange angle.
But with them aside, this picture does bring memories of 'Who framed Roger Rabbit'... aye... memories indeed.

Very nice Alex. Glad you shared this with us :)
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Re: Roger Rabbit

Postby Itchy » Thu May 11, 2006 11:21 pm

Thanks, I didn't have any reference material when I drew him, he might've turned out more accurate if I did. I dug up some of the old comics about him and read them today. Such a hillarious cartoon character.
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Re: Roger Rabbit

Postby simpsoy1 » Fri May 12, 2006 3:34 pm

That is such a cool drawing, Itchy! :lisa:

I still have my Roger Rabbit doll that talks when you pull the string in the back. 
I'll never forget the day he bagged his first hippie. That young man didn't think it was too "groovy".

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Re: Roger Rabbit

Postby Itchy » Sat May 13, 2006 8:20 pm

It still works? That's cool.
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