Wednesday, December 27, 2006


Springtime in the Unifactor.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only thing I wanted for Christmas was The Frank Book.

I didn't get it.

7:18 PM  
Blogger fenwoofer said...

do you get obsesso over *great works* or do you just spit these pieces out when the fancy hits you?

10:26 PM  
Blogger kpw said...

My wife bought me "Visions of Frank" for Christmas! Great!

I think I'd like to visit the Unifactor for a few minutes. I'd have to get out before something terrifying happens.

11:08 PM  
Blogger alberto vazquez said...

Hello Jim!! Nice to meet you in internet!! ( a virtual kiss for you)
I´m a little comic artist from a coruña (north of spain) and FRANK was a revelation for me and my friends. I never see nothing similar. Psicodelia, paralel worlds and eternal vital curls. Some characters to cause in me very conflicting feelings. The pig for example is a complex character who make me feel repugnance, hate but feel sorry too.
Frank for me is a modern philosophy!!!
sorry, my english is very poor!
It´s a luck that frank don´t speak!!!!!

7:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, Jim. One could do worse than to die and awake in such a place. I ache to feel such clean sun on the skin of me, to know nothing and hope for everything. What must it be like to feel the grass and breathe the air, unsullied? I think the first thing I'd do is find some berries and feed them to that smiling Moatfloater, one by one. Plop. Plop. Plop.

2:31 AM  
Blogger Niccolò Storai said...

Hi Mr. WOODRING I'm a big fan of your works and i'm a cartoonist too.
If you had time pleasee jump to my blog and post somethings.
All the best.
Niccolò Storai

2:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In heaven everything is fine... (frightful in a beautiful way...)
A spanish true beliver, like Berto...
Best wishes and jelly monsters...

3:40 AM  
Blogger gaspaheangea said...

It still surprises me how much your jivas resemble the quaternion julia set for (math nonsense): c=-1

looks something like this

5:41 AM  
Blogger gaspaheangea said...

Oh, and for a little more details about the mathematics of quaternion julia sets, look here. (there's an image of a rapid prototyped model down the page a bit that is amazing)

10:53 AM  

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