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Daisy Mae (née Scragg) Yokum naked by Alugok; after Al Capp.


Beautiful Daisy Mae was hopelessly in love with Dogpatch's most prominent resident throughout the entire 43 year run of Al Capp's comic strip. During most of the epic, the impossibly dense Abner exhibited little romantic interest in her voluptuous charms, (much of it visible daily thanks to her famous polka-dot peasant blouse and cropped skirt). In 1952, Abner reluctantly proposed to Daisy to emulate the engagement of his comic strip "ideel", Fearless Fosdick. Fosdick's own wedding to longtime fiancée Prudence Pimpleton turned out to be a dream, but Abner and Daisy's ceremony, performed by Marryin' Sam, was permanent. Once married, Abner became relatively domesticated. Like Mammy Yokum and other wimmenfolk in Dogpatch, Daisy Mae did all the work, domestic and otherwise, while the useless menfolk generally did nothing whatsoever. Daisy Mae seldom complained, one of her countless virtues. (from wikipedia)

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morbiusx33 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014
Aw, shucks...
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alugok Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014
why?
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morbiusx33 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014
Aw, duh...
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dalek-hal Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2010   Traditional Artist
Wonderful work...you've really got Al Capp down. I can see his influence, among others, in your style.
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carsonhadlee Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2010
All that darn Abner wants to do is roll me in the grass !!!

:woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
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alugok Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2010
You can roll freely, here... =)
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ShivaTheSarcastic Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2010  Student Artist
Daisy Mae was definitely a very sexy cartoon lady. Al Capp was one of he great cartoonists. You really captured the feeling of his work. :thumbsup:
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MJBivouac Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009
I wonder if Capp ever drew any of his gals like this, just for fun.
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alugok Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009
So... I think he was the cartoonist that best fun to draw women, and the photographs of him with them, I think it is fun to hide in the little that did not show ...

Note: Sorry my bad English, people. I dont speak this...
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MJBivouac Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009
Capp was great!
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alugok Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2009
The biggest... Cho it's great too... I need Liberty Meadows, sometimes...
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MJBivouac Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2009
Oh YES! Indeed! Liberty Meadows is about the only comic strip today that harkens back to the classic strips of the 30s 40s and 50s. Most comic strips today are those horribly drawn gag a day things.
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Buster1900 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2010
"Most comic strips today are those horribly drawn gag a day things."

Totally agreed. However, that seems to be what the public wants nowadays. With the flood of various mediums now being available, people don't have patience for the great humorous adventure-strips of old days. Li'l Abner, Pogo and the original Popeye...these strips had soul.

Extremely delicious take on Daisy Mae! You captures her physique and facial expression flawlessly. She loses some of the mystique when deprived of clothes, but I guess that's worth it... ;)
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MJBivouac Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2010
I could not agree more! Comic Strips were the TV of their day(radio had no pictures)and today crap like GARFIELD passes for a quality comic strip! The dumbing down of America! Never again will we see the likes of POPEYE!
Thanks for the kind words!
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Buster1900 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2010
True, sadly, we won't see their likes again. I'm so glad that, at least, there's still some interest in the old stuff that we get to see it reprinted. Hopefully, such reprints will inspire a few of today's cartoonists and make them realize how it should be done. Then, again, part of the problem is that the comics pages in newspapers has shrinked, how much? Half the size or more?
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