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From Sasha Kopf:
August 8, 2006 5:10 PM | 4 Comments
On August 8, 2006 7:54 PM,
Comment by the Woozle:
I love your Duck and Tapir cartoons. Can I share them with others? The Bubul and I have been thinking about how we would look as graphics. He reminded me that he has a tail, which sometimes he keeps coiled and sometimes he wags or lashes depending on his mood. He would be very furry and the Woozle would be very fuzzy. Hmmm, I wish I had your talent for drawing. Maybe I could make a Logo program to draw us?
On August 9, 2006 10:17 AM,
Comment by mjboyle:
You are certainly free to share them with others. Like everything on this site that is not otherwise indicated, they are covered by the Creative Commons Attribution, non commercial, share alike license, which means that you are free to use them for any non commercial purpose (including modifying them) so long as you credit the author (Sasha in this case), with a link to the original, and redistribute under the same license. You can get more information by clicking on the Creative Commons Image on the right. I should add some more text into that block to explain it.
On August 9, 2006 11:07 AM,
I'm also worried that I might be squished in this picture!
On August 9, 2006 11:50 AM,
Hmm, your head might be a little flattened. But, don't worry, your feathers probably protect your brains and your looks. And one has to suffer for beauty, don't you know. Think of the poor Tapir. She has to carry 2 books plus you!
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