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Sunday, 13 September 2009 02:00

Jenny

By  Retha Ferguson
This work forms part of an on-line project which was launched mid-August 2009. Dysfunkt is a web comic dealing with the beautifully dysfunctional people who we observe from the window seats of our lives. It takes a light hearted look at our flaws while searching for a way to deal with these everyday shortcomings in an affectionate manner. The vision for this project is experimental in nature and aims to find a way to involve the audience in the narrative of our subjects and eventually form a space where the viewer can participate in writing the character histories. The actual project can be viewed at: www.dysfunkt.co.za
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9 comments

  • Comment Link Blikkies Monday, 15 February 2010 02:00 posted by Blikkies

    Nice. I really love the style. It inspires me to pick up my "brushes" again!

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  • Comment Link Julian Thursday, 15 October 2009 02:00 posted by Julian

    WOW, love the style.

    Your works are full of a macabre feel and speak volumes to me.

    Finally something ORIGINAL!

    Julian

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  • Comment Link hanlie Friday, 09 October 2009 02:00 posted by hanlie

    I like how she's secretly doing the dance in the background.

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  • Comment Link Sarah-Jane Friday, 02 October 2009 02:00 posted by Sarah-Jane

    Sometimes the butterflies comes with a few horseflies but it's all good ;o) thanks for sharing ;o)

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  • Comment Link Sané Monday, 28 September 2009 02:00 posted by Sané

    Cute! I want to see more!

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  • Comment Link djinni Sunday, 27 September 2009 02:00 posted by djinni

    cool, glad to see you made to itch! i liked the set of postcards from Afrika Burns a lot too!

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  • Comment Link briantw Sunday, 27 September 2009 02:00 posted by briantw

    Haha! What flavour Jerky? :D

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  • Comment Link Diaan Sunday, 27 September 2009 02:00 posted by Diaan

    Your quirky sense of humour is really enjoyable. I wish there were more of your works here. I like how the half-hidden figure in the second panel gives that added impression of shyness.

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  • Comment Link Kieka Sunday, 27 September 2009 02:00 posted by Kieka

    Such a true portrait of many of the conflicting emotions we have! Now I'm curious: I want to know what happens next. Don't tell me she falls for the brother! Or are you going to leave us wondering about it for ever?

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