Something in the water
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  1. jprime

    It’s either a Capricorn or one of Bartholomew’s friends.

    • jprime

      Whoops, I meant “one of Daedalus’ friends”.

  2. You’re going through the same thing Jim Davis did when he first started putting Garfield on two legs. It was Charles Schulz that gave him the advice to make Garfield plantigrade because it would be easier to apply to more situations. Even so, Jim still keeps traces of the digitigrade style by making Garfield’s foot very long, to include the lower section of the leg (which he merged into the foot).

    I think today’s page looks great with the plantigrade style. 🙂

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