Finally, it's done. Most of the time was spent working out a vaguely humorous ending. The only trouble with something like Mr Magic Tea-Fingers is, the cruder it gets, the harder it is to come up with something funny that isn't just a retread of what I've done before. I found this out with a previous cartoon I did, about John Deacon out of Queen, where someone pointed out one strip was the same joke I'd done six months previously. I hadn't even noticed. It takes a while to draw as well, and this one isn't half as detailed as some of the earlier ones. I looked back for the previous Mr Magic Tea-Fingers tales and the last one was done almost a year ago. God knows how professional cartoonists get on doing a strip every day..
Warning: Click at your own risk. Contains very, very crude cartoon depictions of bodily functions and puerile humour of the sort normally reserved for toilet walls.
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Well, it made me laugh anyway.