Hehe. The 3rd panel is my fav.
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Wow! I absolutely love this strip, & the detail is amazing! I'll admit that it even caused me to go check out Wally & Osborne.
Now I've got a new 'toon to brighten every morning.
As much as I love your daily renditions of Sheldon, I must confess that Mr. Martin's guest strip nearly made me laugh coffee through my nose. (Yes, that's a compliment -- not a pretty image, but humor is that way sometimes.)
I must say that I have never seen a comic strip art style go from cartoonish to realistic and back to cartoonish so quickly before. The only other example I have seen like this that worked correctly was a Barkeater Lake Comic when guy would take pictures of Comic Strip characters but they would all develop as photo realistic versions of the characters. It was a neat effect. Naturally the punchline was the character saying "that doesn't look like me at all." and then assuming that the camera must be broken.