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Anthony KR
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Totally bad ass analysis of the awesomeness of Batman: The Animated Series' opening sequence.
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Today's post-it art has been sitting in my backpack for a week or more, hence the crumpled look...had been meaning to color him, and honestly forgot about it. Not a whole lot of time today, otherwise I'd bust out some ideas I've had recently.

I keep thinking I've got too many pans in the fire, but now I'm wondering if I'm the one in the pan...

#postitart   #octopus   #creepy  
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That's the knuckle cracking of someone about to earn some money!

(trolls and bridges, don't ya know!)
 
Start your Monday off with a bit of adventure! http://bit.ly/1hF8Z4I
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What started out as some funkadelic amoeba morphed into a amoeba/white blood cell/butt-kicker. My brain is goofy, so I run with it. 
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These are some really bad ass robot designs!
Robot design is something that I really like seeing. From badass, complicated robots like the Transformers to more simpler concepts, like these by American designer Steve Talkowski.
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Mind. Blown.
   View "The Most Realistic Game Ever" and more funny comics on Dorkly
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Awesomely fun concept on this one!
 
What do you think of my Periodic Mario Table? :)
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Time for a second helping of Captain America! This time I've got wife and friends in tow. Of course The Red Skull had to tag along...
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+Anthony KR it was better the second time around
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Today's post-it sketch. If you're a fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender, this will make a bit more sense.

Thanks for the inspiration, +Oscar Cavazos

#postitart     #avatarthelastairbender      #melonlord   #Tophbeifong  
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More boy than man
Introduction
I want to be happy when I grow up. That means:

- I've shown my son how to be happy & successful
- I've achieved self-satisfying success as a creator
- I've placed a smile on someone's face at least once a day

Circles to put me in:
- LEGO
- Artsy (Digital/comics/markers)
- Humor
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I'm a lanky motherlover
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Currently
Houston, Texas
Previously
Cholula, Mexico - Bronx, New York - Queens, New York - Manhattan, New York - Brooklyn, New York - Staten Island, New York - Burlington, Vermont - Poughkeepsie, New York - Newburgh, New York - New Windsor, New York - Belleville, Illinois
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Clean up digital messes/train monkeys
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PL/SQL, MS Office (2007-2010), training, form/documentation creation, materials management, making lasagna, LEGO creations
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Male
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Flaco, Negrodamus, The Chocolate Muffin Man, Fooflamfinn
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This store is one of my family's favorite places to visit in Houston! The staff are always friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. The store, while allowing children to play in certain sections with piles of bricks, is never messy. There was one instance where I had purchased a discounted Ninjago set but when we got home found there were pieces missing. I explained the issue with the store manager, Merlin, and he not only apologized for the issue but he straight up replaced the set no problem. While you may be able to find sets cheaper due to clearance or discounts in other stores like Target or Walmart (not Toys R Us as they tend to charge $5-20 more and then offer "discounts"), the experience of checking out the store and finding cool and interesting sets, or even filling a bucket full of different bricks via their Wall of Bricks is well worth the visit if you're in the Houston area. They also do monthly events like free mini builds, Club Member meetings based on themes for children to build to and discuss in front of their peers, and other random little events. If you're in the Galleria, especially with children who hate shopping, promise them a visit to the store after you get your errands done. They'll love it, and you might even find something that your own inner kid is just begging to have. :)
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