gisco wrote:^What is the significance of the crossed arms?
Is that a copyright violation? They did a good job on Mickey!
My friend wanted to do a skull and crossbones with Mickey ears. I liked the idea but what they had drawn up was hideous, so I asked the guy to do Mickey with the bones. The bones didn't work so i had him change it to his hands and feet. I think it came out great. No real significance, just fun. A bunch of cast members loved it at Disneyland when I was there a few weeks ago, though it kinda made me feel like they thought I was a Mice Chatter... ugh.
Just got this today. I already had the butterfly and flower and added the coaster. It's not done yet as there will be some color in the sky and I'm planning to frame the image with more colorful foliage, more flowers, a tree, etc. so all the gaps should be filled and make up an entire half of my leg.
See if you can guess the coaster. This was my first coaster (the one that started it all) and my first inversion.
“If toast always lands butter-side down, and cats always land on their feet, what happens if you strap toast on the back of a cat and drop it?”
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