Cartoon Meet The New Judge

JLavery - Meet The New Judge

What a difference a shade makes

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JLavery - 04.06.09 16:44
I go for sucky every time!
Pauer (toonsUp team) - 04.06.09 16:43
I like that style, though. The longer I look at it, the more I like it. Reminds me very much of the way I would / used to approach such imagery - I can't quite point my thinger on what it is. Anyway, cool!
JLavery - 04.06.09 16:37
oh, the hammer--that's just my sucky perspective skills!
Pauer (toonsUp team) - 04.06.09 16:34
The hammer is hitting the table in a very strange angle. One can see the downside, facing the "viewer". Also, it's the only obejct that looks like it's depicted from a frog perspective (I'm not sure if that's the right term in English). And the hand is leaning sort of relaxed on the table, which is a bit weird. But I'm getting too much into detail here, sorry.
The meaning behind it is fine
JLavery - 04.06.09 16:25
What's very confusing, my signature?

The gag is simply that the candidate for supreme court made that exact statement, except she said that a Latina woman could make a better decision than a white man. Some say that's not a bigoted statement, so I just switched it and made the judge saying it a klansman--which of course shows how bigoted a statement it truly is.

Pauer (toonsUp team) - 04.06.09 16:20
I find the area around hammer, hand and table very very very confusing.
As for the gag, I can't quite follow. I get the general idea, though.
You took your time to finish this one, that's for sure. Very much work in it.

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