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The extended Utonium family by Yet-One-More-Idiot The extended Utonium family by Yet-One-More-Idiot

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A brand new version of the old Utonium family tree! ^^ Wow, I have way too much spare time on my hands...

New additions: Brite, my OC Powerpuff who was created by the evil Dick Hardley, now gets a mention (as does Dick as her father), and Him appears as the RRB's other daddy. :D

Made all snazzy and redone properly in Family Tree Builder v6 from MyHeritage.com© And produced in shiny PDF format! I now feel this looks smartly-done enough to just about warrant inclusion in the gallery instead of being discarded to the scraps. ^^

Powerpuff Girls are © :iconcmcc:
Original puff Brite is my creation. As are the Powerpuff Daughters. ^^
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MightyMorphinPower4 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
Nice work
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Yet-One-More-Idiot Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
Thanks. :)
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Mann-of-LaMancha Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey! Here I was going to say "Wow! :wow: 5000 views in one day!? You must be crazy popular!!!" Then I see it was posted 3 and a half years ago (sorry for not converting that to metric ;P ), Pretty Dang Funny (I mean "Sneaky", but that doesn't come up as PDF then... :shrug: )
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Yet-One-More-Idiot Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
Yep, I wish my deviations were that crazy-popular, but it was indeed first posted as an image some 3-anna-half years ago. How would one convert that to metric? 1,252 days? Or ~108.2 Megseconds? ;P

Pretty Dang Funny is, well, pretty dang funny. :D
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Mann-of-LaMancha Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, still some bragging rights there... my most popular deviation is far from 1,000 views per year and you are closer to 1,300.

Well "half" is a notation typical of imperial measurement minded thinking. How would one convert to metric? No clue, metric makes my head hurt.
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Yet-One-More-Idiot Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
If "half" is a notation typical of imperial measurement thinking, than I suppose the metric conversion would be five-tenths. ;P

I've never found metric vs imperial confusing, probably because my parents use Imperial units, while I've always been taught to use metric at school. So my height is 5ft 10ins, and the city is 7 miles away, but the distance to the postbox is about 200m. And the parcel I just sent of was 1.4kg, but I weigh 18st 0lbs. :) It's more fun that way. xD
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Mann-of-LaMancha Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nope! That's a fraction and fractions are the providence of Imperial measurements. ;P

They have tried to teach us metric since back in grade school here, but I just can't relate to it. How big is a centimeter? I have no clue. it could be a quarter inch, half inch or three inches for all I know. Yes I know I can use a converter online to find out exactly how big, but I mean guesstimating it wise. I can guesstimate how big an inch is and be close, whereas with metric, I am not even in the right ball park.
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Yet-One-More-Idiot Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
Alright, so the decimal equivalent of half would be 0.5. :)
Also, as an approximation, there are 2/5ths of an inch to a centimetre. The exact measurement is 2.54cm = 1in. [/UselessFactoid]
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Mann-of-LaMancha Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Woot! I win! That round goes to me. :XD:

No, I know, but did you get what I meant? Ask me how long a pencil is and I can almost tell you within a eighth of an inch how long it is. Ask me how long it is in metric and I'm lost. 30cm? 50cm? I haven't a clue.
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Mann-of-LaMancha Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No clue about any of this ...but what's new? ;P

I see you are back now, fun time I imagine? ...and you are here which means the world didn't grind to a halt like all the nuts were predicting. About 30 years ago there was a "stellar alignment" that they said all the planets might just rush into the sun. I might have gotten a little sun burned that year but that's a normal thing. :XD: I swear every 20 to 30 years the nuts polish off some new doomsday predictions.
Sorry for going random.

So... this was done in PDF? That's Pretty Dang Funny! I didn't know people actually used that format... ;P
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