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It'd be great if you sent it in upside down. I'd love to see what they would say to that.

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That's a funny pic

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yeah thats not worthy and i hope you can look upside down. and i suck at drawing


"I said S and more different S!" :sb:

good drawing though. i draw homestar and strong bad everywhere! its weird.


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Yeah, I sent in my composite of Homestar and Marzipan's kid...

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Yeah, I sent in my composite of Homestar and Marzipan's kid...

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:eek:

That's wrong on so many levels......

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I thought that was really good. Someday you should see if you can mix Strong Bad and the modestly hot homsar...

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THAT WAS... cool!
dude Homestar could ditch marzipan (not that i don't like marzipan) and date so and so!


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For my bro's b-day yesturday.. i was allowed to make him a cake.. Sooo i thought, what would be better then a cake with something from H*R on it? So i had to find out which character i drew the best.. and so i made him a The Cheat cake =)
the pic is really big so you can get to it by here:
http://uploader.neoextreme.com/files/111/S4010109.JPG

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I just sent this in, in honour of Trogday. I created this quite awhile ago!

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Ergh, that Homestar/Marzipan offspring gives me the jibblies..... Is really well done, though.


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I made a clay trogdor today and i didn't even know it was his birth day


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I built a radio controlled airplane and named it the Proud Anselmo. I put 1st LTNRL Space Captainface and "Strap" Coopmore in the cockpit. Here's the email I sent to The Brothers Chaps, along with the pictures I submitted.

Before SBASAF was sending $15 on a roundtrip journey to the closest reaches of space, SBASAF explored the couple of hundred feet above a field in Lexington Park, MD. This radio controlled airplane is made up of a mostly balsa woodian alloy, features the likeness of 1st LTNRL Space Captainface and "Strap" Coopmore, and is a ton of fun to fly. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for the cartoons!

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Woah, that's pretty slick looking. I wouldn't be surprised if that got picked.

How did you make the Strong Bad and the Cheat people...things? Just glued screenshot things to some cardboard or what?

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Thanks. I've flown a couple of ready-to-fly trainers before, but this is actually the first RC plane I've built. The plane itself is the Mini Flash with Speed Wing from Mountain Models. I took a couple of screen shots from the Space Program E-Mail, cut them out, and glued them to balsa wood, which I then glued to the "floor" under the canopy. I need somebody to take pictures of it while I'm flying it, so when I get some in-flight pictures, I'll post them here if anyone's interested.


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Homestar Skee-Ball! I didn't make it, but Washington Univercity's Engineering school did, but I sent that pic in on their behalf.:)
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This is fwickin awesome!

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Homestar Skee-Ball! I didn't make it, but Washington Univercity's Engineering school did, but I sent that pic in on their behalf.:)
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This is fwickin awesome!


Wow, that IS awesome, very awesome!

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Huh. I just noticed Homestar isn't on there....


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Huh. I just noticed Homestar isn't on there....


Yeah, I noticed that, too. Still very cool, though.


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Huh. I just noticed Homestar isn't on there....
Strong Bad isn't on that either. Unless they're on a side that we can't see.

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Huh. I just noticed Homestar isn't on there....


Yeah, I noticed that, too. Still very cool, though.

Actually, Homestar is on there, just not on the front. He's on the sides
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I don't know about the other side, though. I lost the website all of the pictures were on, and these are just pictures I had on my computer. I wish I downloaded all of those pictures...oh well.

Edit: Yup Ramrod, you were right.

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Ah. Okay.


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Yeah, I sent in my composite of Homestar and Marzipan's kid...

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I weawy need to go down to the wawf and save the baby seaws! Wike, sewiouswy!

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When we were away skiing, we had dominos that had the colored dots. Everyone was talking until my brother noticed a giant domino Trogdor had appear on the floor. I made some other characters and I took pictures but I think my dad deleted them. If I still have them I'll send them in.

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Man. That Mp3 of the Trogdor song was ab. So. Lute. Ly. SICK. I need it downloaded. Trouble is I have no clue how to do such a thing.

The skee ball thing is worthy of a Pom Pom. :pom:

POM'D!

Edit: I'm thinking of doing a TGS Panel with them getting killed. BY THEMSELVES. *DOPPLEGANGER'D!*

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i drew this!!!


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o crap but i didnt send it in so just ignore it


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Wow, this fanstuffs pretty awsome!

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I was thinking about making a Thank You sign like Marzipan's for my living room. It would be tricky picking the materials, though. The surface is almost the color of cork board, which would make it nicely multifunctional. I'm not sure how I would do the lettering, though. The frame could be made out of wood, though those rounded corners would add a little (but not much) complexity. Any suggestions?

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I just sent this in, in honour of Trogday. I created this quite awhile ago!

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You know seeing that almost makes me want to sent in the Canador Song I made.

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I was thinking about making a Thank You sign like Marzipan's for my living room. It would be tricky picking the materials, though. The surface is almost the color of cork board, which would make it nicely multifunctional. I'm not sure how I would do the lettering, though. The frame could be made out of wood, though those rounded corners would add a little (but not much) complexity. Any suggestions?


For the letters, you could either find out the font...somehow... Or just put 'em on paint and get rid of the other crap around it. For the rounded corners on the wood, find someone with a disk sander...Somehow.

Ya, I guess you probably could've thought of that, but I thought I'd just throw it out there anyways.

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