Mad Skeleton Laboratory. Mad Skeleton Laboratory Sources Large View Stock Image Resources Marko Polio Absurd Word Preferred Falln Stock Jinx Mim In A Design Member reactions:
Thank you my friend PS Mandrake. Somehow I missed Zememz's source credit for the books above. Thanks Emma. Zememz
Thanks Gummy. You have a keen eye for eyes...it is the Dali formulating his return. He appears to be just a little less wind resistant now. Thanks for the bbbeautiful compliment My Friend Ricky. Thank you for a most excellent compliment Kelly.
Thank You Paul. Thanks Suni, I am glad you like it.
Great job with the sources... and The way the Skeleton is handled in the chop is amazing well done all the best
Thanks Rajeshstar. You always have the greatest comments.
Ha ha ha Original chop with Freaky mind full of passion Ultimate work
Bronze Congrats, SplatShot ... Nice looking chop, with great sources ... I like the setting you created
Another fine chop and they just keep coming. Grads on the Bronzki
Thanks for the great comment Eric. I'm happy you liked the chop. Thanks much Paul. Thank you my friend Ricky...your thought's are very kind... Thanks for the great comment Qtrmoonshop. Thanks Hitman. I try......you and the other great choppers here inspire me to improve. and thanks all that voted....
congrats splatshot a wonderfull merge of resources...like it soo much
Thanks silvercanine. it's good to see you and doctor Paul having a bit of fun. LoL
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Great work in producing the necleus beams and excellent lighting effects which emits from that bong
He looks so powerful by the effects and lights Excellent job done, Best of luck
He is looking so confident and holding a powerful particle to show the world, good one
Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone Member reactions:
So cool. top marks, got my vote thats for sure. Wasnt Bell a Scot. i might be wrong.
Thanks.Yes he was a Scot but moved to Canada at age 23, and actually invented and developed the phone in the U.S. in 1876.
FaBulous stuff. My wife says I'm an idiot I love your distinctive style.
Put me on the idiot list too love the entry, and thanks for some Graham Bell trivia.
I missed this one but, your images never disappoint. Congratulations.
Mr. Bell and Mr. Funkwood get silver medal of honor for honoring Canada. Congrats.
Thanks all. He's one of the Canadians I admire the most... along with Nickleback, heheh. (ps. I don't think he ever became a Canadian citizen, but I still like to think he was a Canadian at heart...)
You got the silver medal but no snow Aye, Congrads Funkster
No snow is right. Haven't seen a mild winter like this in decades.. It's like late March here in February. Ty
Thought for sure this would win. love all the cool details, an awsome chop and a great tribute to Mr. Bell. Congrats Funkwood.. By the way- Antonio Meucci an Italian researcher in telecommunications was also recognized for his pioneering work on the telephone by the United States House of Representatives in House Resolution 269, dated June 11, 2002. The resolution stated that "if Meucci had been able to pay the $10 fee to maintain the caveat after 1874, no patent could have been issued to Bell." However, the resolution was a symbolic, non-binding statement without legal effect, and was promptly followed by a legislative motion mooting it, passed unanimously by Canada's 37th Parliament, which declared that Alexander Graham Bell was the inventor of the telephone.
Cool trivia,it's amazing how some inventions spring up simultaneously but independantly of each other. Reminds me of Tesla and Marconi with their simultaneous inventions of the radio and wireless communications.