<September 29, 1997>
- Howie, Mark and Squonk on "Jeopardy!" Squonk is fervently praying for the "Final Jeopardy" category to be "Progressive Rock Bands of the '70's." Sigh. Howie & Mark are © Jason Furness. :)
- This is a little sidebar to the chocolate story, inspired by an old episode of "Cosmos" I watched recently. It's an adventure that the Active Raccoon Kid has had that he hasn't told Gene or anyone else about, and it takes place just before he tells Gene what he thought of the "Fighter Furs" movie. Two more installments are on the way. Gene and the Active One are © Albert Temple. (You'll have to scroll for this one; I apologize for that.) :)
- Part 2 of the Active Raccoon Kid's adventures in time. Gene Catlow and the Active Raccoon Kid are © Albert Temple. And just starting on BBC2 immediately...
- ...The riveting Conclusion to the Active Raccoon's adventure! I hope it has that "It's-A-Wonderful-Life" feel that it's SUPPOSED to have. We all know that Gene would never age into a crotchety sourpuss. Alistair, possibly. Gene & the Active Raccoon Kid are again © Albert Temple. (Like how I dovetailed it...?) ;)
- This is one of the drawings I made for a work I had to do in the university, when I was studying mass communication in Uruguay, in 1994. It was about the diferent sense a pic could have under different situations, or such. Note the small pic of a femme looking at the sky. The original had no bikini, and it was very commented in the university. :) I suppose it scandalized Kilo too, cause he didn't accept the "original" one. (Tsk, tsk, it looks like he never was in a Spanish beach) ;)
- A rebuttal of Gene Catlow's theory for defying gravity.
- MelSkunk gets a much needed rest on a park lawn, and plots on a map the next leg of a cross-country flight.
- I uploaded this on my furnation page first. It's of Trisa Thinking of the good things about life. my page is: http://www.furnation.com/catnel Trisa©Colleen Phillips
- An old picture mind you, I kept this one in my directory because I feel this picture was a starting point; it gave me a definate edge over drawing typical poses at the time. I used Prismacolor pencils and the background was made in Photoshop.
- Hmm... I saw Jason's "what01.gif" comic, and I'm still getting E-mail about why I thought MelSkunk had passed on... somehow I guess I dropped the ball as to explaining myself. Hopefully this will clarify things.
- A clarification of the anti-gravity effect for Angel Bear.
- Katie Cotton asked if I could work her character Sirius into the recent 'chocolate' story with the Raccoon Kids. Unfortunately the actual eating-the-chocolate part had ended, but she wanted me to do a drawing of her character anyway. Here 'tis. :)
- A pic of Meeka drawn as the heroine in a story I wrote a while back. It was gonna be a comic (the problem was it had humans!) No real inspriration there! ;) Heh, to quote Garfield "Never send a Man to do a CAT'S job!!" :) (Now I'm doing the story with furry charaters instead! :)
- Cassat and Tremaine discuss Cassat's plan to get out of work on the weekend.
- Limpidity #168: Buckets
- Limpidity #169: Buckets
- Limpidity #170: Buckets
- Limpidity #171: Buckets
- Limpidity #172: Buckets
<September 29, 1997>