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Klaw / Nutrix / Mutrix Serials...???

Klaw / Nutrix / Mutrix Serials...???


Hey all youse guys and goils out there in internet-land, I'm looking for some RARE old Klaw serials to trade scans for, or if need be, I can trade you 'even' for some of my RARE originals. I'm looking for the stuff from 40's, 50's and 60's.
Like the Bizarre Comix, by Belierpress.com - of which I have already.

If you have something RARE that you think NOBODY else has, or if you are looking for a particular series... drop me a private message.

One way or another, I'll make it worth your while.

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I picked up a "FREE" ride on Craftsman mower that was under water during a flood (for a couple of days).
It was caked with mud, still dripping wet, but it came with a double bagger grass catcher..and for FREE.. What the hell? How could I go wrong?
So I borrowed a friend with a Pick Up truck..and fetched it. I drained the oil, added used oil, charged the battery and new gasoline..and damn if it didn't fire up.
 I ran it for 2 minutes, and changed the oil again... this time with new oil.. I ran it for 10 minutes, and drained the oil again.
 By then the water was all out of the engine. I washed it off. Blew off the MUD. Cleaned it and greased it. And it ran great for 3 years. This year, the battery finally crapped out on me.
 I had a spare Battery. installed it..and the dang thing stalled after 10 seconds.
I changed the old as hell fuel filter. And it stalled after 15 seconds.
Hmmmm...
I looked the problem up on the internet. The general consensus was the magnets under the fly wheel came loose.

So after taking it all apart, I had to use an impact gun, and a gear puller to get the very rusty flywheel off....and checked the magnets. Nope. All good. I polished the rusty stator up with sand paper while under there. And I used compressed air to blow out the rust and grass under there.
I put it all back together. 
 Fired it up. It ran 15 seconds and died.
 Grrrr... Back to the internet.
 Some genius mentioned it might be the Ignition switch. They sometimes cause this particular problem.
 There are 10 wires running to the switch. Esssh! It's all for this safety crap built in. (Long ago, I had hot wired the seat..so I no longer need to sit on mower for it to stay running. But there is other stuff built in.)
 So I pulled the connections..and saw green corrosion. Ugggh... 5 minutes later, all wired brushed clean and shiny new looking... I tried it again..and the Amp meter showed 14 volts for the first time in ages..and the mower ran perfectly.

YAY!

 OMG.. that was a 5 minute fix..and it took me over 6 hours to find it!
But, while I had it apart, the mower is all greased, grass free, with now with polished up connections...I even sharpened the blades.
But I think I will order a new ignition switch.

And I'm all ready for summer.

My next Mower is gonna be a 1960's era Cub Cadet or an old Wheel Horse. Them old things had like 3 wires at MOST and were built and designed to last forever...

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:icon3derotic:
3DErotic Featured By Owner May 21, 2015  Professional General Artist
Thanks for watching!!
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AshBond Featured By Owner May 3, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the watch and the fave of my Balanced!
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Doggers Featured By Owner May 3, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You have a lot of great drawings. I'm jealous.

(I need to figure out how to paint up mine.)

BTW, Here's my latest:
Dogrs-Hold_That _Pose by Doggers
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AshBond Featured By Owner May 3, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
First of all don't be jealous of any one else's work. Be inspired, or determined to do what they do, but don't forget we all have a style of our own. It just takes time usually to find it.

Second, I like your drawing. It is a complex arrangement anatomically-speaking and you have done well with the curves. You aren't asking for a critique but the only thing I would say is the knee is a tad thick. But I think the foreshortening is good and you have used curves well to show the shape. I might fear for the model's fingers taking so much weight but this is art so we can get away with a generous approach. Well done.

when it comes to colouring use a program or app with layers. For safety duplicate the original art layer or if you can lock it to prevent damaging it (for art you may want to guarantee preservation, duplicate the whole file) once you have generated new layers apply the paint or colour wash to the new layers and then erase away any surplus or excess. It might help to have several layers, so  layer one is flesh, the second hair, the third background, the fourth for shadows and so on. Arrange the layers by dragging them to the right order, so flesh above background, shadows on top of flesh and hair the topmost in my example.

experiment with blending modes if available; multiply will darken the darker colours but do less to lighter colours. Also, if layers have opacity don't be afraid to lower opacity for a better effect. Good luck!
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vendreas Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2015
THANKS FOR FAVE
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