Experience the crazy world of
Guillermo Forchino! His 3-D creations
depict images pulled right from the
Sunday comics. You will chuckle
at both the unusual and everyday
situations that are handled with
a comic twist. His characters are
always handled with humor, finesse,
and given a soul.
Sure to brighten your day!
first thing they did was to buy some designer brand clothes, “Hollywood” style sunglasses, and a tanning lamp so they could have that perfect “Caribbean” tan. They had the hair removed from their chests and started using anti-wrinkle cream. They didn’t forget to buy flamboyant gold watches, and to top everything off, they bought themselves the very best; their dream car, a collector’s convertible that became the envy of the neighborhood.
The DentistPaquita Gutiérrez was scared to death of dentists. For the last few days she has been tortured by a tooth. At first, she was hoping that it would simply go away. Then she tried all the pain killers in the medicine cabinet. After 3 days, she went to see Carmen, her neighbor who did talking therapy. After 5 days, and not being able to stand it anymore, she made an appointment with the eminent dentist, the doctor Salomon Mimran, whose reputation was the talk of Paris. Paquita, her jaw deformed by an enormous abscess, sat down in the dentist’s chair as if it were the electric chair. “Octor, ‘is it goin to ‘urt?” asked Paquita, her words deformed by the inflammation. "No Madam, you won't feel a thing."
all his strength on his father’s shirt. “Oh no, no, today we are going on another tour by tuc tuc to discover the streets of the city and its monuments” answered Dominique to his son.“But papa, we already went by tuc tuc yesterday and saw 12 monuments, 6 markets, 4 temples and 2 museums,” said a concerned Antonin. “You will see how much fun you will have!” said Maud, the mother. “I’m going to take some great pictures which we'll see back home. I have already taken 628. Isn’t that marvelous!"
Injustice, that is, the injustice of having said the truth and nobody believed her, is what led Vera Timmons to the study of law.