Stars and Smoke Forever

Stars and Smoke Forever

The atmospheric effects in this were accomplished using an old, dried-out toothbrush with ink on it. This technique was suggested to me by fellow Washington State editorial cartoonist Milt Priggee.

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5 Responses to “Stars and Smoke Forever”

By » Man With Hat (October 26th, 2009 at 11:57 am)

Hey, at least we’re doing better than China, India and Russia.

Not per capita, Man With Hat. Per capita, we’re much cleaner over here in China.

Wow, I love the symbology with the factory. Superbly done. Seriously, I would recreate that on a flag and ironically hang it out by my front door.

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this is great. you are my favorite political cartoonist!

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