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First posted  4 July 2014
Art added 21 December 2016
O. T. Grey
An archive of cartoons about the Spontoon Archipelago
(Includes some 'artistic studies' for mature viewers, please...)

Fishing Boat "East of Main Island" - by O.T. Grey
Fishing boat - "East of Main Island" - by O.T. Grey

"Maya View" - by O.T. Grey
"Maya View" by O.T. Grey

Wo Shin (as tactical distraction) (large) - by O.T. Grey (character by Walter Reimer)
Wo Shin (as a tactical distraction)
by O.T. Grey (character by Walter Reimer)

Smoke break - The Beach (Krupmark Island) - by O.T. Grey
Smoke Break - "The Beach" (Krupmark Island)  *
by O. T. Grey (Larger file here - 450 KBytes)

("The Beach" is an infamous entertainment area near Fort Bob.)


A Spontoon Albino Kaibab Squirrel steals someone's lunch.
(Larger file here - 450 KBytes) - Art by O. T. Grey
 (An article by E.O. Costello on the imported 'SAKS' fauna here.)


A Spontoon Albino Kaibab Squirrel ('SAKS') in a Casino Island park.
(Larger file here - 14 KBytes) - Art by O. T. Grey


Incoming Storm, Spontoon Island - by O.T. Grey
 "Coming Storm; Main Island, Spontoon Island Atoll"
 By O.T. Grey - (Larger file here - 450 KBytes)

("A Spontoonie citizen is observing approaching clouds.
She's clearly a local because she's butt-naked,
although her unusual hair colour suggests otherwise...." - O.T. Grey)

"I know just the way to celebrate your winnings..." (Spontoon Speed Week local) by O.T. Grey
"I know just the way to celebrate your winnings..."  *
by O.T. Grey (http://www.furaffinity.net/user/tai-1/)
After a day viewing the major seaplane races (and a twilight visit to your bookie's
office near Pier 1, Casino Island), you may have a friendly encounter with a local.

“...She's employed at Madame Wu's Lotus Palace,”
writes artist O.T. Grey.
“Every year (during the last week of August), Spontoon Island has its annual
Speed Week event.
The event brings a lot of tourists to the islands, which means
 
there are plenty of activities or establishments willing to 'lighten ones wallet'....”
Reposted 21 December 2016