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If anyone cares, her name is Tara Incognito (Thanks Allen!)

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I see a nice dating scene. The Hunchback has come to the door to pick up his date. Dad's giving him the eye and thankful that he got his daughter that membership in the NRA. Nice closeup pic of Dad on the wall.


Beaten, bruised and bloodied, Tara wanted to do only two things: use her trusty Magno-Colt Classic to blow the brains out of the guy who injected her jugs with Hyperflate Hormone XXX, and get rid of the mindless druggie, who'd been following her for the past five hours with eyes glued on her superboobs.

And who the hell is that weird guy with the beard?!


When I'm goofing around with characters, I generally use a single sheet of watercolor paper for mulltiple images. It's not like they're suppose to inter-relate, but I guess forcing them into some sort of story line is irresistable.

But drawing lines between unrelated characters is what makes it so darn fun. What better way to get ideas?

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