Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Back in the Saddle Again

I'm actually managing to find a bit of time to draw again, and I've rigged up a crude substitute for my scanner (it involves my digital camera and a large jar of peanut butter - I will overcome!). So this is "Theoretical Texan Man":



He's "theoretical" because I haven't seen anyone in Austin who actually looks anything like this.

Giddyup.

8 comments:

  1. Talk about serendipity. I've been catching up on your blog, and thinking about how much I miss your drawings, and hoping that you would be able to start them up again. And like manna from heaven, there you are.

    It's very comforting to see your menagerie of characters. I can't wait for more inspiration from your temporary abode.

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  2. You know, I've always admired people who can make their hands understand what they see in their minds. I guess it's just my way of saying, "Dude. You're really talented."

    Glad you're back in the saddle.

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  3. kphiker11:00 PM

    oh yeah ... been missin' them drawings little doggie!

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  4. Anonymous1:42 PM

    Have you guys seen the bats in Austin yet? Apparently they live under the freeway and emerge each night in a spectacular fashion. I didn't get to see them when I was there last year.

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  5. Anonymous4:14 PM

    I just started reading your blog a month or so ago and love it. Be sure to check out Stubbs BBQ And there is an even better one about 45 minutes away in a smaller town that starts with an L....cant remember, but ask anyone. Well known places. Best wishes to you and your family.

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  6. I'm still trying to figure out what the peanut butter is used for. Or is it just the jar?

    If you meet a non-theoretical Texan that looks like that, be sure to tell him he has the coolest hat in the world.

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  7. I create an ionized peanut butter emulsion which I smear on the image. Wire it to the camera, hook it up to the car battery. Zap! It's all ones and zeros baby.

    Or maybe I just use the jar. It's a good jar.

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