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The '''Sketchbook''' is a collection of conceptual art and sketches by [[The Brothers Chaps]]. These were once found by clicking on the ''S'' at the top of the [[Main Pages]], and were generally updated on Thursdays from 2004 through late 2009. This hiatus was briefly broken in 2014, but no new art has been shared since October 30 of that year. Since the [[post-Flash site update]] on the last day of 2020, the button no longer works.
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The '''Sketchbook''' is a collection of conceptual art and sketches by [[The Brothers Chaps]]. These were once found by clicking on the ''S'' at the top of the [[Main Pages]], and were generally updated on Thursdays from 2004 through late 2009. This hiatus was briefly broken in 2014, but no new art has been shared since October 30 of that year. Since the [[post-Flash site update]] on the first day of 2021, the button no longer works.
''As of November 22, 2004, the [[OldHR:weeklies/sketchbook_pic.jpg|image]] and [[OldHR:weeklies/weeklies.xml|text]] are no longer part of the [[HR:sketchbook.swf|Flash file]].''
''As of November 22, 2004, the [[OldHR:weeklies/sketchbook_pic.jpg|image]] and [[OldHR:weeklies/weeklies.xml|text]] are no longer part of the [[HR:sketchbook.swf|Flash file]].''
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==Fun Facts==
==Fun Facts==
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* The font used in the captions is [[Fonts#Bauhaus 93|Bauhaus 93]], the same font used on [[Homsar]]'s shirt.
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* The font used in the captions was [[Fonts#Bauhaus 93|Bauhaus 93]], the same font used on [[Homsar]]'s shirt.
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* Sketchbook entries often feature ideas considered for or used in toons that had been recently released.
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* Sketchbook entries often featured ideas considered for or used in toons that had been recently released.
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* Clicking the ''S'' button repeatedly while it is still loading causes the caption to move up the box. The more times it is clicked, the farther the text will move.
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* Clicking the ''S'' button repeatedly while it was still loading caused the caption to move up the box. The more times it was clicked, the farther the text would move.
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* The longest hiatus between pop-up updates was exactly five years between October 22 of 2009 and 2014, with the longest overall hiatus being over {{yearssince|Oct 22 2014}} years since the following week's sketch. During activity, the record was eight weeks between April 10 and June 4, 2009.
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* The longest hiatus between pop-up updates was exactly five years between October 22 of 2009 and 2014, with the longest overall hiatus being over {{yearssince|Oct 30 2014}} years since the following week's sketch. During activity, the record was eight weeks between April 10 and June 4, 2009.
==See Also==
==See Also==

Current revision as of 12:03, 10 January 2022

This article is about the weekly Sketchbook featured on the Main Pages. For the sketchbook in the Museum, see Sketchbook (museum). For the strongbad_email.exe Disc Three bonus video, see Sketchbook (video).
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The Sketchbook is a collection of conceptual art and sketches by The Brothers Chaps. These were once found by clicking on the S at the top of the Main Pages, and were generally updated on Thursdays from 2004 through late 2009. This hiatus was briefly broken in 2014, but no new art has been shared since October 30 of that year. Since the post-Flash site update on the first day of 2021, the button no longer works.

As of November 22, 2004, the image and text are no longer part of the Flash file.

Image Date Caption Description
Marzi as Anton Chigurh! 30 Oct 2014 Marzi as Anton Chigurh! Marzipan as Anton Chigurh from the film No Country for Old Men.

[edit] Fun Facts

  • The font used in the captions was Bauhaus 93, the same font used on Homsar's shirt.
  • Sketchbook entries often featured ideas considered for or used in toons that had been recently released.
  • Clicking the S button repeatedly while it was still loading caused the caption to move up the box. The more times it was clicked, the farther the text would move.
  • The longest hiatus between pop-up updates was exactly five years between October 22 of 2009 and 2014, with the longest overall hiatus being over 7 years since the following week's sketch. During activity, the record was eight weeks between April 10 and June 4, 2009.

[edit] See Also

[edit] External Links

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