I was wondering who a tall structure would inconvenience the most. At first, as silly and slightly morbid as it is, I pictured an ant trying to leap to his death off a tall building, but the winds just safely carried him to a city two states away. I didn't see much of a cartoon in that. Then this fella, KK, popped into my head and wham!, here is the result. From tiny ant to large ape. Brains can be a funny place.
Re: King Kong I think it was a certain shade of grey, yes? Unless they colorized it and I didn't see that version. But, like I said, I am not very "in" when it comes to movies. I can't even tell you the last movie that I saw!
Re: King Kong Thank you very much. It's funny, I never realized how little I knew about King Kong. When I did my rough of this, I colored him brown. I knew it didn't look right but couldn't figure out why. Then I googled him. Duh, he is not brown! Sheesh. I need to catch up on my movies.
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