The Chanterelles, Hundy Thou and Open Relationship, this Thursday @ Upstairs. 8PM.
Well let me say this: I have no new pictures for you. None that would fit into a scanner at least. I can’t find my camera and I am too lazy to try and understand my parents fancy one.
I have thought about just posting about how I am not making any art. Maybe that will at least make me feel involved in the art making process. I can be actively not an artists.In fact, I can actively be destroying art!
Last week all the old art went into the bonfire. Or rather, onto a pile of wood that has yet to be flaming. It is sad looking out at all the paper just sitting there molding in the rain, but what can you do.
The important thing is that I cleaned house and actively destroyed some art.
More art destruction news in the future.
Just a doodle. Fish heads.
First comic for the week.
I am just copy posting everything I just wrote on the other blog:
Okay, so I was busy then I pinched a nerve in my back, but be assured that there is a new dirt bucket zine, and I have 20 copies sitting right in front of me wasting away. I need to staple them then they are good to go. Exact costs would run about $1.25 per copy or so. You think that is a convenient price? I had thought about doing a flat 1.00 to make it easier and suck up the minimal lose. I did them all at Metropol, who gave me a decent deal for the lot. However, there were some minimal problems. I shouldn’t even mention it because apparently I am the only one who notices. That is what its like when you spend hours illustrating something: you notice if the copies are even a bit off. I was assured that no one else will notice them and Henry my room mate who is a very sensible man pointed out that I should not rock the boat on a good deal. That said I fully believe Metropol would have corrected the mistake and for that I still believe them a good, very accommodating and supportive local business. Everyone should be pestering them about starting a magazine again, as this town needs some good local arts and culture coverage.
Oh, and the zine is about aliens.
Also, I am going to do a comic about my week today. BE PREPARED TO FEEL EMOTIONS YOU NEVER KNEW EXISTED.
DIRT BUCKET IS STILL AROUND.