SWEET LINK BRAH....
just a little desription of how many people really pumped life into this show.
it was anormous and a lot to take in.
it was nice to see all kinds of different things, and to know that if 1/10 of the bullshit crap artwork i saw is successful, i will be.
not to knock anyone's work there, but i would be embarrassed if my name were on say... 30%-40% of it.
it was also nice to see one, count 'em one robot pieces. it factually overjoyed me. i mean, granted all i wanna paint is weird monstery things and robots, it's just nice to see that with that being a pool of artists who get more play than i do, i'm doing something not done and WELL. maybe i've missed the boat. maybe i'm steering it.
it was an amazing night overall, but i just wanted to give my comments, and that i was more intrigued by the actual military historical collection than i was 1/2 the work going on there. so in summation, i could paint an elf vagina or a giant splattered tomato, and make 500 bucks. awesome.
Posted by jschrufer at 18:39
so my homage to my family sold to the runner of the rust riot, who'd sprained some ligament connected to his pinky and he needed a hand. for 20 bucks, best sense of humor ever, i would have given this to mark for free.
but overall my work was loved.
which made me feel slightly loved.
Posted by jschrufer at 18:30