As part of our 40th anniversary celebrations, we’re working with the talented team of animators at Greg Ford Animation to produce a series of animated gifs you can use in your chat and messenger apps!
Our Giphy channel is located here; we’ll be adding more soon. (If you need some instructions on how to use these, you can find how-tos for all the major social platforms here.)
Here are a couple of ’em! Explore the rest of the collection.
We’re offering 15% off everything in our store; get your Christmas orders in by December 6th, please!
Our shipping team will be away until December 6th, so anything you order between now and the 6th will ship when we return.
Remembering Farley is now back in stock! Get your signed copy!
Here are all the entries we received for our “draw Farley” competition, with Lynn’s comments below each one. The winner is Number Four, below – if you’re the artist, we’ll be in touch shortly!
#1) Nice arrangement and nice colouring. I find the “Farley” figure to be too small and fluffy to be like the dog in the strip. The eyes are “Manga” style, which isn’t like the Farley character. Great work, though!
#2) This is a really good “Farley”!
#3) For age 7, this is a really good drawing. All the elements are there and the artist has thought about furniture as well as characters. The perspective needs adjusting, but otherwise, I’d say this artist has talent!
#4) I choose this one as the winner because I like the composition. I like the way the dog is relating to the boy. This is definitely a “Farley look”. I like the fast and fanciful way the dog is drawn.
#5) This is too much like “Snoopy” to be a Farley drawing. Farley never danced on his hind legs. Nice drawing though. I think this is an older artist who has had some art training. Maybe even a pro!
#6) I love this charming little sketch! It’s just the head, but it’s a sweet drawing and I’d put it in third place!
#7) This is a good drawing, but because I am not familiar with computer drawing, I have a hard time knowing how this was done. If it was done freehand, then it’s a really good Farley. This is where “judging” these pieces is difficult! I would give this second place.
This blog entry contains spoilers, if you’re reading the strip for the first time!