Ha! A paradox folded into a paradox. That's quite an outline! Love it.And the Frankenstein drawing...that was posted here before? It has a vintage feel...it's great!How was work today? Any news on the new job?
You should see the page of the vintage of archive posting. Everyone was posting. I'll see if I can duplicate the search that pointed to it.I've been trying to find the second screen grab tutorial I did for getting line art on an alpha background. I think I did it on Tumblr. But can't find it.
Searching TAG archives is fun for metumblr gif I posted to TAG
Love the striped shirt!
And the elevator shoes... Frankenstein's monster has to have elevator shoes!
I'm not quite sure that I understand the premise 100%, but that doesn't stop it from being sheer genius Ellis.
Thanks Tom. It has a lot of the quality present in every ventriloquist horror movie. Devil Doll (Lord, that scared me as a kid)Magic (haven't seen it since it came out. Anthony Hopkins)The Dummy (The great TZ with Cliff Robertson)The Glass Eye ( Hitchcock TV- Woman falls for handsome ventriloquist who she never is able to see without the dummy. Wonder why?)And So Died Riabouchinska ( Claude Rains Hitchcock TV)Ceasar and Me (Less horror than The Dummy -TZ)Dead of Night 1945 (Granddaddy of the concept. Michael Redgrave)There's also one where an old man is about to lose his child bride to a stranded traveler. He tuns her into a dummy and convinces the young stud to move along with her voice. The old guy had a great vaudeville career as a ventriloquist. I don't know what it was TZ or Hitchcock.
I've seen all of them. Least memory is Ceasar and Me.Jackie Cooper. The Dummy is an evil spirit that discards its users. Acquires new "hosts."
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