It's "Schulz". No "T".Probably should be added that the layout was by Seth, as well.
Charlie Brown's really gonna have a hard time making pals now.
hehe. Good one! Although there's something pretty disturbing about your "Charlie Brown"...
Paul - And here I was thinking it didn't came out as disturbing as I wanted at all. Glad someone disagrees!
He looks like a bitter old man with a drink problem
I really like this "dark" charlie brown.
I don't think I've ever used this phrase before, but... LOL! I finally understand now why nobody likes Charlie Brown. Hysterical.
Apologies about the misspelling. I'm actually surprised I don't do that far more often. It's fixed now.
At first glance that drawing of "Good ol Charlie Brown" looked like it came from a Chester Brown Ed The Happy Clown story!
Oh, wow. I think that's the biggest compliment anyone has ever given me, Richard.Thanks for the comments everyone!
Very good Aviv. This is the the real Charlie Brown, without the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement.Thnks!
Is this what Charlie Brown would look like without Snoopy?
Haha!That reminds me - I really need to draw Snoopy sometimes. Should be an interesting experience.
I really love it, Aviv, it makes sense that he would look like this in a more realistic world.oh wow, I've just realised that if you turn Charlie Brown's face upside down it will still constitute as a face.. creepy.
Oh you're right. I wonder if that was done on purpose...
This actually made me laugh out loud for real. Great work. Thank you.