Tuesday, April 18, 2006

At the museum Paul and I talk about death

19 comments:

  1. i like these half faces and see-through lines.

    and how these sketches are like little snapshots of your life.

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  2. I think there may be a short film in this one...

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  3. RYN: Yes you did tell me about the baby :) (Do I post too many horses???) :)

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  4. I think Paul has more important things to worry about --- like what happened to his mouth and right eye.

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  5. Thank YOU! For the very kind comments that you left on my blog and my email. This blog is very intruiguing. I love it.

    I wish I had the ability to make something other than stick figures, but unfortunatly, I have the tactical ability of an otter.

    Sigh...

    I'll just have to enjoy other's talent. Like this!

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  6. I love that your blog is like a walk inside your head... Great work!

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  7. Very nice work. I love how your drawings show a lot of depth in what you leave out

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  8. Ahh... thank yer for dropping by my blog.

    Klimt is a lovely artist.

    S.

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  9. Great lines, as always.

    Smooch,
    The Tart

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  10. Hellow! Who are you my friend?

    Visit my new site:

    http://www.ilustrada.ppg.br

    Embrances!

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  11. Ohhhhhhh i love your half faces :) and i like the arms in this one. i can't draw arms, i suck.

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  12. I really enjoy your drawings. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog.

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  13. Is this Paul Giamatti? I loved him in Planet Of The Apes & as Pig Vomit. He's a good actor. I'm sure Paul Giamatti talks a lot about death. He seems like a gloomy-gus. His dad was the commissioner of Major League Baseball. He is now dead...and he should stay that way! Until Pete Rose is in the Hall Of Fame, dammit!

    PS: I like the draw'ring.

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  14. Ok but how was the food? And is this you or Paul? And what time was it? I like how you're drawings raise all these questions :D

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  15. I love this - the scrawled writing - the whole idea of it.

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  16. Ok ok i don't suck :) I'm great!

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  17. Thanks for your nice words :)

    I guess this one is my favourite!
    I like the style of it

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  18. I love the freedom in this.

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie