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Happy Birthday, Dogss

Happy Birthday, Dogss

Happy Birthday, Dogss by unfocused
Happy Birthday, Dogss by unfocused

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Happy Birthday, Dogssie!

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unfocused on December 7, 2005, 7:42:11 AM

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unfocusedthank you sooo much, dogss, i was really afraid you wouldn't like it. I was so nervous :P I'm very glad you do tho. I can relax now. I spent all day on this. And Dew's of course. But his was half way finished since yesterday :P

I don't really know much about this Puppet book you mentioned. I just thought more of a chissled character with no expression. The broken strings symbolize freedom, and the one unbroken string means he's not quite there yet. The big empty space is his thoughts. Being a puppet, i figure you are givin your thoughts by your master. He has none.

:D ya i really like how the colors came out too. He does look like dew :P i don't know how that happened :D

Anyway, congradulations on your 18th birthday, ur so grown up now :D

Dogss on December 7, 2005, 7:24:47 AM

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DogssAw thanks so much James! I love your choice of colors and the way you color it gives it a carved look. This is just so incredibly thoughtful too...

The puppet characters Are essetially human though, they just have almost metephorical strings representing emotions and vices. Some have jelousy or envy..greed. Others have hatred, acceptance 9as in wanting to fit in) , and anger. According to the book the strings are pulled by a master Puppet man (the Crafty one) and they prevent the individuals from being satisfyed and happy...they always want more. They can never be their true selves because of their society..

I think it's a neat little metephore to life. When Puppet himself arrives in the Land of Puppets he knows no strings and is naturally happy, had no shame in being himself.

Cant help that if you interperate this the wrong way you'd think it premotes anarchy...but it really doesent! It has a deeper meaning.

It's an awesome book, someone needs to make the writing a little better though. :P I think I'll make this my wallpaper so I have a reminder! I slack :(

That one looks a little like My brother. O__o

Thanks again so much! I'll treasure him forever! ^__^