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April 02, 2011

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Well, hell, do I EVER know that feeling.

You know what you should do? Try it in charcoal!! Smudge it up!!

I'm not stopping though.

Yeah, I also know that feeling. or failing. Whatever. My dad called my mother's stubborn streak "Her Dutch". Might as well be BGB.

kind of like when you get up one day and your signature looks different, reflecting the fact that you're no longer the person you were for the past year

Or your nym changes. Again.

Boy do I want to Go West. "Snowbound" by Genesis is playing, and even if the snow is gone, everything is still dead dead dead outside. At least the four buckets of dog shit are picked up.

I've been expressing my conundrum to Grizzled who finally took a look the other day. I didn't even get the Explaining Voice. I merely got a subtle "ha" and then he left. Wow. It's kind of funny... Grizzled is left speechless... and probably a little afraid.

You're sure you're not possessed, right? You didn't just paint occult symbols and take over Grizzled's mind? Some shrill unholy terror isn't waiting to be born from your spirit, no?

(Been reading one of Charles Stross' Laundry Files books so I'm all about the eldritch cyberhorrors.)

You know what you should do? Try it in charcoal!! Smudge it up!!

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

What I do feel like is that it's not big enough and that I need room to make it all crazy... but maybe that will be later. Right now, no, I'm sticking with it.

Mandos- I could be. The jury is still out.

Is that series good?

What I do feel like is that it's not big enough and that I need room to make it all crazy...

put down tarps.

What about a nice and easy sketcheroo of Smokewagon and Pugsleypants? You could purge the full frito for sure.

It's pretty excellent, though I've only read the second book (they're chronological but standalone). The Jennifer Morgue, which, don't worry, does not refer to dead Jennifers. The first book is The Atrocity Archives, which I haven't read, and there are couple of middle-of-the-series novellas available online legally for free.

They're basically tongue-in-cheek Lovecraftian cyberhorror spy thrillers set in the present. Imagine if your pointy-haired boss really does happen to be something like Cthulhu and you discover that, unfortunately, he has decided that he won't eat you first. Or that PowerPoint really is an alien weapon designed to drain human life-force. Or that Elder Gods imprisoned in the deep really are hosting 9am Friday conference calls with their product development teams.

Lots of fun.

Or minions waiting to cash in on the arrival of the IPO (Invincible Planetary Overlord).

Let the record show that I was pimping Stross's books in S'N! threads at least a year ago.

If the painting truly sucks, sell it in a Hallmark store for PHAT LEWT, then get minions to paint similar paintings to be sold by franchisees that you will eventually rip off for bajillions.

Let the record show that I was pimping Stross's books in S'N! threads at least a year ago.

Let the record show that he was pimping Stross himself in Picadilly Circus at least two years prior to that.

What about a nice and easy sketcheroo of Smokewagon and Pugsleypants? You could purge the full frito for sure.

:0

My brain is such a sieve these days... As my mother often said... it's a good thing my head's attached.

sell it in a Hallmark store for PHAT LEWT, then get minions to paint similar paintings to be sold by franchisees that you will eventually rip off for bajillions.

Getting PHAT LEWT before getting ripped off would be new. I'd try that.

LOL @ Let the record show that he was pimping Stross himself in Picadilly Circus at least two years prior to that.

Sometimes...
~

No, thundra! A sieve. And, I've never dreamed that I was Hitler. :)

I totally laughed at "try it in charcoal"

Maybe you just need a little more space.

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