19th century Japanese flip-over drawings

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9 Responses to “19th century Japanese flip-over drawings”

  1. Teresa Nielsen Hayden / Moderator says:

    Avram, I’ve sent Buddy a note about it.

  2. buddy66 says:

    “Only a few examples survive…”

    Good.

  3. buddy66 says:

    Note duly noted. I guess I drew too many of these things during an obsessive phase in 5th grade. Fortunately my hormones kicked in and I switched to sketching multitudes of scantily clad pneumatic young women.

    The snarky one-worder was uncalled for, and I apologize.

  4. Takuan says:

    scan them and send them in (any left?)

  5. butfirst says:

    The two heads in the bottom left corner remind me of Kashira, the three bouncing green heads in Miyazaki’s Spirited Away. As a side note, I’ve always thought that they’d be an awesome idea for a set of three upholstered footstools/pouffes for someone with mad craft skillz. Anyone up for the challenge?

  6. Avram says:

    Aw, Buddy, don’t be like that!

  7. tikal2k says:

    Oh cool, these are nice and twisted!

  8. scottfree says:

    Man, I’m freaking out.

  9. cha0tic says:

    There’s some serious elbow tattoo fodder there.

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