In The Safety Of One's Room
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In The Safety Of One's Room

Author Comments

dancy dancy dancy
Kudos to the person that recognises all the songs! Or you can just cheat and take a peek on www.Dorktoescomic.com
(just to be clear: 'womens' is part of the original songtext. Blame Clapton, not me!)

It also has a facebookpage, if you like it! It's on the website under Links&Extra, personal links. Or if you search on facebook 'Dork Toes (comic)'.

Edit: Waaait wait wait.. Did this just get frontpaged? Really? Thanks!

Reviews


eh lol this what you must hide cuz if you dont it will end up online and people will write mean or perverted coments



i wish by infected mushroom.

nice mixture of songs. love your style, and shes so cute!



Honestly, i have nothing critical to say, although the lines
"Four radios blastin' classic rock
And they're pointing at you
With your fist raised high
and a hitch in your step
You've got it all"

From "Look At Me, I'm A Winner!" By The Aquabats, Seems to describe what's going on here :P



I love this picture. It's got a cute jovial feel to it that gives me the same elated feeling as the girl in the picture. Great work! This earned it's place on the front page!



I'm really struck, like another reviewer mentioned, with the use of balance and weight. Each pose is completely natural and contains within it, a natural motion that suggests movement to the next 'move.' Delightful!


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Feb 28, 2012 | 6:19 AM EST
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