Pot, kettle, black, Ms Simpson! That's truly wonderful.
OK - I admit that I'd done this before Leonard's tutorial,and it's nothing to do with it and I didn't follow his instructions at all.But I'm not owning up to anything else, Brighty! I sense that you're implying it's not talent free enough to be on Talent Free, and I'm not sure that's fair.
I think you've both cast aside the ethos of Talent Free Cartoons, and quite frankly, I'm disgusted!I went to all the trouble of making a tutorial that no one seems interested in following. I missed the second half of "homes under the hammer" and let my tea go cold when creating that tutorial, you know!!!At least Mr Bright drew policemen, even if they were not in any way Talent Free. Cathy has drawn an off-duty policeman slash Morris Dancer.I think both drawings should be sent to "I can't follow simple instructions monthy" immeadiately. They must be worth at the very least £20!
Oh dear (hangs head in shame, shuffles feet, goes red). Leonard, I'll do some proper talent free cartoons asap. But they're bloody difficult to do!
Wot Cathy said (shuffles feet, deals them - yahoo! - Master Pots, the painter's son).
All the policemen look like that in Cornwall, don't they - that's the regular uniform!
I wouldn't know Gerard. I've never been arrested in Cornwall. In fact, I've never been to Cornwall.I've committed minor criminal acts in Hertfordshire, The Lake District and Scarborough, but the police were not called on either occasions.
I once suffered a drive by tayto-ing in Cornwall or 'Corn'all' as the locals pronounce it, or 'say 'um' as the locals pronounce it. It was a rather nasty incident, or 'naahzzy doin'' as the locals say um/pronounce it. Anyway, the offenders were caught, or 'kort' & given 'communiddy zerrrrviss as the Worzels say um/pronounce it. Two hundred Hey Nonny Nonnies & three days of Foly Roldy Rey Do Day. Fer 'nuff, I thought. That'll learn um!