posted on Dec 08, 2010, 10 pm

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psudonym, Dec 08, 2010, 10 pm

"Peter and the Wolf"

When a wolf threatens the safety of a tiny Russian village, young outcast Peter -- whose only friend is a duck -- becomes an unlikely hero in this masterful, dialogue-free adventure set to Sergei Prokofiev's classic 1936 score. Filmmaker Suzie Templeton transplants the action of the classic folktale to contemporary Russia, which she illustrates with beguiling stop-motion animation. The film won the 2008 Oscar for Best Animated Short.

Caught it on PBS not a couple hours ago. Good flick.

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tezzle, Dec 08, 2010, 10 pm

Since we've now well passed 100 pages, allow me to troll a little bit...*ahem*...Question Duck now sounds like the Aflac insurance duck.

CAN'T UNHEAR! Tehehehe *runs off*

twams, Dec 08, 2010, 10 pm

Oh my goodness! It's the first nose this comic has ever seen! ...I think O.o

BM03 (Guest), Dec 08, 2010, 11 pm

0.0001s in MS Paint

"Caught it on PBS not a couple hours ago. Good flick."

What?! How long does it take you to draw us this stuff...?

Also, Guy is a bit of a classy guy, isn't he?

psudonym, Dec 08, 2010, 11 pm

Usually around an hour. More if I need to research. But it really depends on the strip I'm doing or if I managed to get an idea in my head at all that day.

Usually while doing other stuff, I can come up with something I'd like to see Question Duck doing and asking. And if I have something very clear in my head, then I can work one out pretty much in under an hour.

The longest I put into a Question Duck, I believe, was 041. Which was probably about three to four hours on that Sunday just getting the colors right.

Anycase, observant eyes can usually see pretty clearly which ones took longer and which ones I was pressed for time. Heck, the timestamp for posting can usually expose that.

Kishaz (Guest), Dec 09, 2010, 12 am

One thing I absolutely love about this comic is because the concept is so simple, there's a lot more time that's spent admiring the art than the concept. It's been fantastic watching how your style morphs and evolves in this, and I'm not even talking from the original MS Paint comics. Speaking of which, I'm glad I got past those few pages- This comic certainly is the diamond in the rough.
And I love the easy concept, too. It possesses a certain human quality about it that seems to be hard to find in other webcomics. Cheers!

By the way: Do you update your other comic anymore, or have you just hit a block with it? I wanted to know where it was going and it pokes me in the back of the head every day. :'D

Zmanwarrior, Dec 09, 2010, 12 am

I love seeing the evolution of your drawing style as this comic has progressed.

RandomNinjaGuy, Dec 09, 2010, 01 pm

I wanna see that movie

Syas, Dec 09, 2010, 02 pm

I saw a very disturbing version of Peter And The Wolf in middle school with puppets... I couldn't tell you where to find it, not that you'd even WANT to...

But this version sounds a lot better. I might have to look it up. :)

RAYHEART, Dec 10, 2010, 02 am

i love that movie, i actually have it on DVD xD it's really cool

yehram, Dec 10, 2010, 09 pm

XD Yes I've seen that movie. Dark, just the way I like 'em.

IAMMIZ, Dec 10, 2010, 11 pm

I frickin' love that movie! Also Kishaz gets the award for best comment. I haven't read the archive yet, but I would love to partake in this art evolution witnessing experience.

Tanasha555, Dec 29, 2010, 10 pm


stupid duck. it actually isn't. they say a lot of things in bordwalk empire that is like "nope. this is a lie." 1920 I love you.

Ghost (Guest), Apr 22, 2011, 05 pm

Is that a PSEye to the left?

Unclever title, Aug 21, 2012, 11 am

He's crying because the Duck in the animation never said a word, unlike SOME ducks.

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