So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Is it boxed wine?
Leon Arnott (l) says: I can confirm that teenagers wear that expression of silent, growing surprise and worry for most every moment they are awake.
That Bone piece again! I still find it hard to comprehend. It's like learning that Santa Claus sought your advice.
Jon W. (kd7sov) says: I feel I must ask. What do grasshoppers have to do with copyright?
chic geek (onechicgeek) says:
Grasshopper? It's more ant like, to my perception. And every book on copyright law should be required to be so illustrated! Perhaps it's there to show the dire punishment that awaits copyright infringers?
My first glasses were purple catseyes. And I think I need to go thank my own mom for letting me pick out any frames I wanted. Even if I took forever and they looked weird.
Maricruz Villalobos-Zamora (maki_p) says:
The little Shaenon looks like the Princess in Dave in Slumberland. And I think Shaenon did draw a teenage Helen who indeed looks like teenage Shaenon.
Paul Gadzikowski (pgadzikowski) says:
Maki: If my experience is anything to go on, you had to be in your forties when you discovered webcomics for the character design of the protagonist of your own to be other than some degree of self-portait.
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:
It's weird that I'm telling anyone this at this late date, but the little green guy on my copyright book was the Pencil Eater, a character I drew a lot in elementary school. He lived in school desks and ate pencils. Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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