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Death and the Salmon Mousse by EmperorNortonII Death and the Salmon Mousse by EmperorNortonII
Medium: Ink and colored pencil on paper
Here's another piece inspired by "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life." In this scene, the Grim Reaper crashes a little dinner party. Better stay away from the salmon mousse! :skull:
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:iconlldeland:
Botchulim: It's out there, and will kill you, even if you didn't eat it.
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EmperorNortonII Jun 22, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Yeah, that's how deadly it can be!
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Freakyfred224 Jun 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Iiiii...aaam...DEATH!
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EmperorNortonII Jun 13, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
:skullbones:
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:iconconstableparrot:
Ummm...but I didn't eat the salmon mousse
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EmperorNortonII Feb 27, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
That doesn't seem to matter to the Grim Reaper!
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:iconconstableparrot:
Hmmm, I suppose you're right. Oh well, afterall, every day is Christmas in heaven!:floating:
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:iconsailorstephie:
That scene's really funny!
British guy hosting dinner party:"Darling, you didn't use canned salmon? Did you?"
wife:"I'm most dreadfully embarrassed!"

and another scene from the same part:
*shoots gun as reaper turns* "Just...Testing."
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EmperorNortonII Jul 10, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
It sure is funny! :D
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:iconpipe-organ-wolf:
Dear, you didn't use canned salmon, did you?




Love this scene! HG is my definite fave, but there are so many wonderful scenes in MoL. I can NOT watch that ending, though. Ugh! :fear: I have to turn it off at the end of this scene.

I really like your style. It's simple and vibrant, but you capture the characteristics of each person so well. Wonderful job!
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