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Posted on Sunday, October 4th, 2009 under Life Sketches | No comments

Gerry

A cute lil dinosaur I drew up for Michelle's pita leftovers the other night. I have been wanting for a while to start a daily comic featuring a dino like this ... maybe soon??

I'm not really sure what it would be about or if it would even work to draw 'em that often, but after years of seeing the great things that Jim Davis(cartoonist) does with Garfield and Charles Shultz with Peanuts ... how could I resist?

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